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August 8

How Often Do You Really Need to Change Your Workout to Keep From Plateauing?

How Often Do You Really Need to Change Your Workout to Keep From Plateauing? PIN IT     BY SHAUN DREISBACH People like to say that around the six- to eight-week mark, your body adapts to whatever workout you’ve been doing and stops getting the same results. At that point, the rumor goes, you have to up your…

April 25

Sticky Notes – Runner’s World

Check out Dr. Cameron Yuen, DPT, CSCS in this months Runner’s World Magazine By: Kiera Carter

March 22

Try These 6 Moves If Your Lower Back Is Freaking Killing You

Try These 6 Moves If Your Lower Back Is Freaking Killing You Sweet, sweet relief. By Ashley Mateo Okay, this statistic just straight-up sucks: Eighty percent of adults will probably suffer through back pain at least once in their lives, according to the National Institutes of Health. While that might seem like a great excuse…

March 14

Developing An ‘Open Mind’: A Positive Outlook For A Positive Performance

Developing An ‘Open Mind’: A Positive Outlook For A Positive Performance MARCH 14, 2018 Developing An ‘Open Mind’: A Positive Outlook For A Positive Performance “Nobody who ever accomplished anything big or new or worth raising a celebratory fist in the air did it from their comfort zone.” -Jen Sincero , You Are A Badass…

March 13

Kill Back and Shoulder Pain With This Pre-Workout Stretch

Kill Back and Shoulder Pain With This Pre-Workout Stretch This will help you be more flexible for longer BY BEN RADDING JANUARY 8, 2018 Dan Giordano Shoulder Stretch “What we’re trying to do today is teach you guys how to open up your thoracic mobility,” Giordano says. Sorry, our what now? “The thoracic segment of your spine…

March 12

Best Back Exercises With Dumbbells

Best Back Exercises With Dumbbells Eight Dumbbell Exercises That’ll Help You Build A Bigger, Stronger Back Dean Stattmann Whether you’re working out with dumbbells by choice or for lack of a barbell, you’ll be glad to hear that dumbbells can actually provide an expedited route to muscle growth—and a broader, more muscular back. Working out…

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February 21

Your Essential Workout For Sexy Shoulders

Your Essential Workout For Sexy Shoulders February 20, 2018 by EMILY ABBATE Come summertime, arms, abs, and legs get all the attention. One of the lesser-talked-about areas worth focusing on? Hello, shoulders. Sure, warmer weather is prime time for bikinis, but what about those sexy off-the-shoulder shirts, dresses, and tanks? Not only will sculpted shoulders…

February 21

Why You Must Try Karlie Kloss’s Hip and Thigh Exercise

Why You Must Try Karlie Kloss’s Hip and Thigh Exercise If you’re a runner, you need this. By Leah Prinzivalli We’ll never turn down exercise advice from Karlie Kloss. Whether she’s /react-text strength training in the gym react-text: 197 or /react-text running a marathon react-text: 199 (casual), the supermodel always seems to put fitness first. /react-text…

February 21

The Best Exercises To Do If Your Feet Are Absolutely Killing You

The Best Exercises To Do If Your Feet Are Absolutely Killing You Don’t kiss your workout goodbye just because you wore heels all day. BY AMY SCHLINGER December 1, 2017 Whether you were up all night dancing at a friend’s wedding, worked a 12-hour shift on your feet, or just wore a pair of reasonably…

February 21

IT Band Mobility

5 IT Band Stretches Every Runner Needs Fitness  by Christine Yu on 1/16/2018 Two words most runners have heard throughout their training: IT band. That’s because running easily irritates this thick piece of fascia (aka connective tissue), which runs from your hip to your knee. In fact, the telltale tenderness is one of the most common overuse…

February 21

I RESOLVE TO TRAIN LESS

I RESOLVE TO TRAIN LESS (3/4) How a marathoner faces an athletic setback BY CASSIE SHORTSLEEVEFACES January 22nd, 2018 Athletes know accountability matters. Committing to a specific plan and regularly assessing progress is crucial to success. But too often, goals go rogue in January, falling under the category of lofty (often unrealistic) New Year’s resolutions…

February 21

WZA ’18: Shaking The Scaries

JANUARY 30, 2018  WZA ’18: Shaking The Scaries Dr. Katie Harper, DPT “This is supposed to be FUN, CrossFit is FUN.” I grumbled through clenched teeth, fighting back the tears as I drove my triple bandaged hand into the bark of a tree. By the time I had approached the final workout of Wodapalooza weekend,…