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One-on-one vs. group training: Which personal training program is best for you?

If you are thinking about jump-starting your current workout routine or have recently decided to kick-start a healthy lifestyle, there are several decisions you’ll need …

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Therapy Thursday-Pain with overhead press

The Overhead Press requires a lot to perform safely and without injury. You need shoulder mobility and stability. You need thoracic mobility and lat flexibility. …

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What is Glute Amnesia

A study in 2013 showed that hip pain can reduce peak force in the glute max during activities like a bridge or hip extension. Some …

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You Didn’t Come This Far, Only to Come This Far

2016 is almost over, only 3 weeks left. Can you believe it? Did you accomplish all your goals for this year? If not, did you …

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If You Always Focus On What You Don’t Have, You Will Never Have Enough

This week as we celebrate Thanksgiving, we are reminded of all the wonderful things in our lives and how grateful we should be for them. …

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If There is No Struggle, There is No Progress

In 1857, slavery abolitionist Frederick Douglass famously said, “If there is no struggle, there is no progress.” He continued by saying “this struggle may be …

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Healthy Shake & Bake

Kraft had it right with the idea of Shake & Bake. Easy prep and and easy clean up! The only problem is that Shake & …

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Push Yourself: The Mind Quits Before the Body

The day begins at 4:30 a.m. with a half-mile run to breakfast. Then comes three to four hours of grueling physical training: burpees, pushups, flutter kicks, all high-intensity, anaerobic exercises designed to strain the muscles and sap the breath. Interspersed are hikes and runs up the scrubby California mountains, lugging packs weighing up to 90 pounds — or carrying, fireman-style, a 200-pound buddy.

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