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12
2018

Not a Christmas Rant…

By: admin0

I wrote this article 7 years ago now (7 years!) and at the time it got a lot of reaction. For some reason I like to dig it up every year and reminisce. It is kind of like looking at my debs photos, I cringe, laugh and almost sympathetically look back at them thinking, I really didn’t have a clue. Th...

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10
2018

Chin Up Progressions

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Over the years, many folks have joined our gym with the goal of being able to perform one or multiple Chin Ups. This is a noble goal and one that demonstrates an impressive amount of strength, coordination and mobility. As time has passed, we have found numerous ways to accomplish this goal and have...

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07
2018

Jane Erbacher Seminar Review

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We had the pleasure of hosting Jane Erbacher for her Project Row and Project Ski seminars this past weekend. If you have been following our social media, you will have seen that it was a resounding success. In all honesty, I was aware of Jane’s work on social media but I never paid it too much atten...

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06
2018

Jane Erbacher Seminar July 2018

By: admin0

We are excited to announce that we are hosting Jane Erbacher for her renowned Project Row & Project Ski Seminars on the 21st and 22nd of July. This will be a great opportunity to learn how to use two of the most common pieces of cardio equipment used in Crossfit and S&C gyms throughout the c...

17
04
2018

Renaissance Periodization Seminar Review

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This weekend just gone we had the privilege of hosting DR. Mike Israetel, Dr. James Hoffman and Dr. Melissa Davis from Renaissance Periodization for a seminar on Sports Nutrition and Recovery. The seminar was over two days and the level of information was second to none. I have attended numerous sem...

09
03
2018

How hard should you go?

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I was asked this question the other day in class and it made me think. Of course the brief answer is always ‘it depends’ but I thought about the question in the context of who was asking it and tried to get a little more specific. There are numerous factors to take into account when providing an ans...

02
01
2018

Setting goals for the New Year

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I like to take this time – most years at least, to write up some goals for the forthcoming 12 months. I used to be a serial list-maker, every Sunday night would involve re-evaluating my life and it became addictive. I actually remember doing this as far back as when I was in school. I like to overan...

01
01
2018

Ramblings and observations from the past 24 months…

By: admin0

I wrote an article back at the end of 2015 on what the year taught me – or to be more precise, what the year forcefully made me learn by way of kicking my ass relentlessly. It got a lot of positive feedback as it was very much written from the heart and I think it resonated with a lot of people. I l...

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12
2017

New Years Fitness Myth-Busting

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I am midway through my second decade working in this industry and I have seen many trends come and go and approaches to fitness change in that time. Maybe I am more tuned into all things fitness these days but I am definitely seeing an increase in people being aware of being fit and the benefits of...