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Developmental Yoga 1 (by Trainer Elisabetta Bruno) – Workout Fitness Article

Developmental Yoga 1 (by Trainer Elisabetta Bruno) The idea with this workout is to slowly improve your range of motion by repeating the exercises and lengthening the time spent doing them gradually. Both active and passive stretching are employed in this workout. Don’t force any poses, just let your body guide you to where it feels good, and try to take long, relaxed breaths. Don’t forget to thank Skimble Trainer Elisabetta Bruno for this awesome workout by giving it a like…

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Simple Workouts to Lose Weight – Fitness Article

Simple Workouts to Lose Weight Are you unhappy with your current body weight? Do you wish you could lose those extra kilos somehow? Perhaps, you’ve been trying to eat clean and avoid fried, fatty food to the best of your ability without any apparent results? You need to work out. Eating healthy alone will not help you lose weight. You need to find yourself a workout routine and stick to it diligently to shed your excess weight.Many people think of…

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POUND: The Rockstar Workout You Haven’t Tried (Yet) – Fitness Article

POUND: The Rockstar Workout You Haven’t Tried (Yet) I’ll admit it. I’m a skeptic. Workout fads are nothing new (Thigh Master. The Gazelle. Piloxing… just to name a few) and I’m kind of a workout snob. If I’m going to get to the gym, change, and then have to drive allllll the way home (le sigh), I’d better get my time’s worth in calorie-burning, sweat-inducing results. So when VENT Fitness Guilderland General Manager and Group Fitness Manager Gina LaViolette mentioned…

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Exercises for Knee Pain – NASM Blog – Workout Fitness Article

Exercises for Knee Pain – NASM Blog Knee pain is common in physically active males and females. According to a new clinical guideline in the Journal of Sports Physical Therapy examining patellofemoral pain, approximately 25% of individuals will suffer from idiopathic (no specific onset) knee pain. In younger populations, knee pain is prevalent between the ages of 12 and 19 years old, with females more susceptible than males (Callaghan & Selfe, 2007; Willy et al., 2019). Several common types of…

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Using Data for Development with Sam Fuld – Workout Fitness Article

Using Data for Development with Sam Fuld CSP Elite Baseball Development Podcast: Using Data for Development with Sam Fuld Written on November 13, 2019 at 6:33 am, by Eric Cressey We’re excited to welcome Sam Fuld, Major League Player Information Coordinator for the Philadelphia Phillies, to this week’s podcast. Sam discusses his current role in disseminating analytics to players, as well as how this knowledge would have impacted his MLB career. A special thanks to this show’s sponsor, Athletic Greens.…

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33 Career Paths for Personal Trainers (Complete Guide) – Workout Fitness Article

33 Career Paths for Personal Trainers (Complete Guide) Get the Basics… Personal training is a trending career with an estimated growth of 13% by 2028. While most personal trainers work in a gym or fitness center, there are many other settings that provide great careers. Personal trainers can work as employees or as contractors. Personal trainers can work in multiple settings, around the world, and can work in fields beyond traditional fitness training. After gaining experience, personal trainers can teach…

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Recovery: Best Cool-Down Moves | VASA Fitness – Fitness Article

Recovery: Best Cool-Down Moves | VASA Fitness We’ve heard of the importance of warm-ups… It prevents injuries and helps prepare you for your workout. But, let’s talk about something that is often looked over, cooling down. Cooling down is important because it helps lower your heart-rate and breathing gradually, prevents injury, and helps prevent muscle soreness and tightness.Because cooling down is so important, we thought we would share our favorite cool-down moves and tips with you! TIPSStart your cool down by…

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Clean Eating Restaurant Style Baked Sweet Potato Tutorial – Workout Fitness Article

Clean Eating Restaurant Style Baked Sweet Potato Tutorial A Restaurant Style Baked Sweet Potato is the perfect side to so many recipes! Sweet potatoes are so loaded with antioxidants, fiber, and, of course, that trademark sweet flavor. As a side dish, they are easy to make and very versatile. For a clean eating diet, they are one of the best and most popular foods to keep in your kitchen.Restaurant Style Baked Sweet PotatoIf you are like us, you get really…

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How to Get That Elusive Spark Used to Push Limits – Workout Fitness Article

How to Get That Elusive Spark Used to Push Limits The first gym I trained at looked like a set from a 80’s action movie. From the outside, it looked like an old stone mill. Every member was given a key to get in and train whatever time of day or night you wanted. At the entrance, there was a table with a boombox, CD cases, and a clipboard to sign in with the date and time.   The gym…

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Five Travel Tips for Pilates this Holiday Season – Workout Fitness Article

Five Travel Tips for Pilates this Holiday Season The holidays are a time to enjoy your family, and this often means some travel! But that doesn’t mean you have to compromise on your Pilates practice just because you can’t make it to the studio. Whether you’re a frequent flier or are taking your annual trip, here are some tips to make Pilates while traveling a whole lot easier! Travel With Pilates PropsYou can’t take a reformer with you (unfortunately!), but you…

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How Important is Hydration When Training Calisthenics? – Calisthenics Fitness Article

How Important is Hydration When Training Calisthenics? Like any other style of fitness, calisthenics requires a lot of energy. Energy that comes from the things we put into our bodies. The food we eat and the water we drink, play a huge role in the way in which we perform during training, the way we recover and the way we get to see results in our calisthenics journey. Often times, we go about our day and forget about stopping. We’re…

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» Strength and Conditioning Stuff You Should Read: 11/9/19 – Workout Fitness Article

» Strength and Conditioning Stuff You Should Read: 11/9/19 Strength and Conditioning Stuff You Should Read: 11/9/19 Written on November 9, 2019 at 5:11 am, by Eric Cressey I hope you had a great weekend. Here’s a little reading and listening material to kick off your week! EC on the Inspiring Lives Podcast – I joined the crew at Athletic Greens on their podcast to talk coaching and business. 10 Assumptions You Should Stop Making About Your Clients – This…

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Fitness Focus: Weird Gym Equipment – Fitness Article

Fitness Focus: Weird Gym Equipment Variety is the spice of life, and you should add some of that spice to your workouts. Get acquainted with some of the “weird” equipment there is in the gym and learn how to correctly use it to target certain body parts. Battling Ropes Battling Ropes have had a resurgence mainly due to a pioneer of strongman training, John Brookfield. They are low-impact and can work the entire body very effectively. Core strength is very important to…

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Mistakes to Avoid After Working Out – Workout Fitness Article

Mistakes to Avoid After Working Out What do you do after you finish working out? Do you go home and kick up your feet for the rest of the day and call it a day? Do you stock up on a ton of protein and carbs in order to recover the energy that you spent? The chances are that you are doing something wrong. Here are common mistakes to avoid after working out, from HiDow International.Forgetting to Do a Post-workout…

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Double Your Leg Strength One Leg at a Time – Workout Fitness Article

Double Your Leg Strength One Leg at a Time   Developing explosive power for athletes should logically entail pure single-leg exercises. Simply put, when you’re in a sport, any sport, you are usually creating power and taking off from one leg anyhow. In fact, most everything we do is transitioning from a single leg to another. So, if you want to have great leg strength, be able to jump with power, create force and momentum in your movement, you can…

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Can Vitamin E and Exercise Help Kids Learn? – Workout Fitness Article

Can Vitamin E and Exercise Help Kids Learn? One hundred twenty adolescents in Saudi Arabia ages 15–18 were assessed by scientists who were curious to discover if a link exists between vitamin E intake, school performance and exercise. Told not to alter their eating or activity habits, the teens were divided into three groups according to their activity level: mild (<500 metabolic equivalent minutes per week), moderate (500–2,500 MET/min/week) or active (>2,500 MET/min/week). Blood samples were collected at regular, consistent…

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Going From A to B – Box33 Adaptive Strength – Workout Fitness Article

Going From A to B – Box33 Adaptive Strength Imperfect action is better than perfect inaction.” – Harry Truman Whenever you start a new endeavour, to get the maximum results in the shortest possible time you generally need to know 2 things1) Where are you now2) Where you want to go And as the saying goes… It is like going from A to B. Once you know these 2 things you can map out a plan and get moving towards…

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What We Do – The Process of Getting Started – Box33 Adaptive Strength – Workout Fitness Article

What We Do – The Process of Getting Started – Box33 Adaptive Strength Strategy Session It all starts with organising a free consultation and going through a Strategy Session. Why do we do this? For a number of reasons, but simply it comes down to these 3 BIG reasons.1) We can learn a little more about you. You can tell us your story.2) We can discover where you want to go and why3) We can determine if Box33 is the…

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Friday Night Core (by Trainer Lisa Mcnett) – Workout Fitness Article

Friday Night Core (by Trainer Lisa Mcnett) Who says you can’t get in a quick workout on a Friday night? Kick-off your weekend with this 15-minute core workout. Don’t forget to log your rep details so you can track your progress over time. Don’t forget to thank Skimble Trainer Lisa Mcnett for this awesome workout by giving it a like 👍 Do you have a fitness resolution? Make progress towards achieving your goals with Skimble’s top fitness apps and supportive community. If…

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Rule #1: Never Skip Monday! – Calisthenics Fitness Article

Rule #1: Never Skip Monday! Why Never Skip Monday? If you know me, you know that I live by a rule that I created to help me stay accountable in my training, establish some structure and hopefully inspire some people through y commitment to do the same. I call this, RULE #1 to Never Skip Monday. This rule has helped me so much throughout the years and I realized it has helped a lot of other people too by becoming a…

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How Much Do You Really Know About Coaching Women? Test Your Skills Here! – Workout Fitness Article

How Much Do You Really Know About Coaching Women? Test Your Skills Here! When it comes to coaching, the learning never stops. Even if you’re well-educated and certified, you might notice that there are some questions you don’t know how to answer, or client challenges you don’t know how to solve — especially with your female clients. For example, suppose a client asks you how to adapt her training program to her menstrual cycle, or about the changes her body’s…

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Skimble’s Trainer Spotlight: Janet Harritt – Workout Fitness Article

Skimble’s Trainer Spotlight: Janet Harritt Meet Janet Harritt, Skimble‘s featured Trainer! Growing up as an active child, health and fitness have always been ingrained in her lifestyle. Janet believes that being healthy encompasses much more than just your physical health, which is why she focusses on helping her clients find joy in their fitness journey to stimulate their mental and emotional health too. We recently had the chance to chat with Janet and learn about her training methods as well as…

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Top 5 Bicep Workouts for Strong Muscles – Fitness Article

Top 5 Bicep Workouts for Strong Muscles Are you as focused on your appearance as you are at building strength and mass? The best place to kill these two birds with one stone is to work on your biceps. The bicep is made of a long as well as a short head. These two heads work together to tackle movements such as curling and flexing, which results in your arms popping. Your biceps use a lot of space at the front…

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Trainer’s Guide to Workout Templates – Workout Fitness Article

Trainer’s Guide to Workout Templates Get the Basics… Organizing your training into templates saves time without compromising effectiveness. Follow the basic principles of program design when creating or choosing a template to use. Choose from the provided templates based on your personal style and who you train. See how Exercise.com’s workout creation software can help you deliver the best service to your clients. As personal trainers, our biggest task and time-cost outside of actual client sessions is background work like…

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“To Ice or Not to Ice?” with Gary Reinl – Workout Fitness Article

“To Ice or Not to Ice?” with Gary Reinl CSP Elite Baseball Development Podcast: “To Ice or Not to Ice?” with Gary Reinl Written on November 5, 2019 at 8:22 pm, by Eric Cressey We’re excited to welcome Gary Reinl, Director of National Accounts and Professional Athletic Teams for Marc Pro, to this week’s podcast. Gary delves into one of the most controversial topics in sports medicine history: icing. A special thanks to this show’s sponsor, Athletic Greens. Head to…

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Badger CrossFit | October Committed Club (2019) – Crossfit Fitness Article

Badger CrossFit | October Committed Club (2019) Things are continuing to heat up as we move into Fall and finish up for the 2020 CrossFit Open and Affiliate Cup! Congratulations to a huge group of members for their dedication to training, wellbeing, and health! Being a part of the committed club is an honor and a testament to fitness performance gains. The more you’re at Badger CrossFit, the closer you are to your goals! Many came, but didn’t RSVP and Check-in…

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My Skillshare Course for Beginner Calisthenics is Live! – Calisthenics Fitness Article

My Skillshare Course for Beginner Calisthenics is Live! What’s up guys! Last week something super exciting happened. After working for a few months on this project I finally launched my Introduction to Calisthenics and Bodyweight Training course on Skillshare! Skillshare is an online learning platform that allows you to teach your own classes on arts, business, lifestyle and many other topics and categories. It is a wicked tool especially for people who are trying to better themselves by gaining a…

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5 Benefits of Swimming that makes it better than Gymming! – Fitness Article

5 Benefits of Swimming that makes it better than Gymming! What is the first thing that comes to your mind when we talk about an activity to get good health? If we are not wrong, the gym would top the list, then running and maybe in sports, cricket would come in mind. But is this list the reflection of the true order of activities to get healthy or is just perception? Like it or not it’s just perception. If anything…

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Interview: Tim Gojich, Fit For Life Gym [Tips + Healthy Habits] – Workout Fitness Article

Interview: Tim Gojich, Fit For Life Gym [Tips + Healthy Habits] Get the Basics… Explaining the Why’s to Clients Listening to the Wishes of Clients Delivering Wisdom to Clients There is so much competing information about strength training these days. And a new dieting fad or nutrition craze seemingly pops up daily. If you decide to start your own fitness business in this oversaturated landscape, it can be difficult to navigate your way to a successful outcome. Today, we’re talking…

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Improve Your Posture with these Pilates Movements – Workout Fitness Article

Improve Your Posture with these Pilates Movements There’s more to your posture than standing or sitting taller and straighter. In fact, posture plays a key role in overall body health. Circulation, range of motion, releasing pressure on your organs and ligaments, all have posture to thank.Posture can also prevent repetitive strain or injury. This is because when we sit all day at work or perform the same actions, our posture degrades over time. The result? We start to develop aches…

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