Roll Your Way into Injury Prevention

Many recreational athletes, particularly runners, experience bouts of muscle soreness and, in some circumstances, overuse injuries. These injuries may include, knee pain, shin splints, and plantar fasciitis, to name a few. These overuse injuries are usually a result of the repetitive nature of training, which in part can lead to muscle tightness, adhesion build up, […]

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Fitness Secrets Revealed…Well sort of

It’s a new year yet again ladies and gentlemen.  And as we all begin the annual mad dash back into the gym I thought now was the perfect time to clue you into the biggest secret I’ve come across in my twenty years in the fitness industry.  Okay here it comes…wait for it…THERE ARE NO […]

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Plank/Lateral Jump Combo

Here is a fun one to add into the mix. Essentially you’re getting a combination of core, strength, power, and cardiovascular endurance with this partner drill! Here’s the basic set up: One person is in a plank position while the other is doing either a forward or lateral tuck jump over their partner. You can […]

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Partner Training for Better Results

When it comes to recreational activity, traditional strength and cardio programs are effective in a general sense, but can lack in preparing us for the specific demands that these activities bring. Factors like quickness, balance, reaction time, and specific strength are skills that are needed in the majority of all recreational sports. One of my […]

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Stay motivated by finding your why

I’ve been in the fitness industry since 1994, and I’ve witnessed the same thing. Every. Single. Year. As we near the close of yet another year, and with the holidays just around the corner, most of us will simply shut it down until “next year.” Then January will roll around, and in droves people will […]

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