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20 Feb 19
Archy Worldys

Before you get ready for a big lower body workout, make sure you can steady your feet underneath you. Weak and wobbly ankles are easy precursor to many different types of injuries. On a white background, try throwing some proprioception training in with your workout routine. What is Proprioception? You can strengthen the muscles in […]

19 Feb 19
Remember: Never Give Up

The Prep Glute Activation Warm-up Foam Roll Hips/Glutes It Band Spend 5 Minutes Warming up to-60 percent of weight used for the Front Squat Test The Work  Front Squatx6-8 Tempo 3-2-1 (Weight originall used for this temp, plus 5-10 lbs) w/ Kettlebell Hike-to-swing Rest 60 secondsx4   Barbell Good Morning  x6-8 (same tempo as Squat) […]

19 Feb 19
Intensity Group Training @ FitClub

The Prep Glute Activation Warm-up Foam Roll Hips/Glutes It Band Spend 5 Minutes Warming up to-60 percent of weight used for the Front Squat Test The Work  Front Squatx6-8 Tempo 3-2-1 (Weight originall used for this temp, plus 5-10 lbs) w/ Kettlebell Hike-to-swing Rest 60 secondsx4   Barbell Good Morning  x6-8 (same tempo as Squat) […]

19 Feb 19
Arcynewsy

Before preparing for a great workout for the lower body, make sure you can stand still below you. Weak and wobbly ankles are an easy precursor to many different types of injuries. To avoid many different types of injuries that occur while standing, try launching a proprioception workout with the strengthening routine. What is proprioception? […]

19 Feb 19
Chemicals Materials & Energy Research Reports

Structural core materials are incorporated into composite materials, which are used on a large scale in construction, automotive, civil infrastructure, aircraft, military, and corrosion-resistant equipment industries. A composite material is made by combining two or more materials with different properties. Composites are classified into three types: particle-reinforced composites, fiber-reinforced composites, and structural composites. Structural composites […]

17 Feb 19
hortenmicrolight

Many small to medium sized to-dos have been bugging us the last couple of weeks. Besides the lever arms – which still have to be break tested – we need a seat quite soon. Virtually everything in the cockpit depends on the seat position: control stick, instruments, cabin shell, pedals, …

13 Feb 19
Chemicals Materials & Energy Research Reports

Structural core materials are incorporated into composite materials, which are used on a large scale in construction, automotive, civil infrastructure, aircraft, military, and corrosion-resistant equipment industries. A composite material is made by combining two or more materials with different properties. Composites are classified into three types: particle-reinforced composites, fiber-reinforced composites, and structural composites. Structural composites […]

09 Feb 19
Way To Fit - Diet,Fitness,Workout,Obesity

Enhancing physical capacity ought to be one of the essential destinations of working with your more seasoned customers. Since more seasoned grown-ups fluctuate generally in their physical capacities, leading some underlying practical appraisals on every individual is essential for you to have the capacity to plan the best projects for your customers. The initial two […]

29 Jan 19
Market Growth Insight

The Portable Air Cleaner  market report is a complete research on the current state of the Portable Air Cleaner market with a focus on the regional market. This report presents the global Portable Air Cleaner  market size (value, production, and consumption), splits the breakdown (data status 2013-2018 and forecast to ‘2025’), by manufacturers, region, type, and application. This […]

28 Jan 19
RNNR by Chris Abraham

Sometimes you are barefoot and don’t want to walk on your treadmill desk. Standing at a desk all day can be hell on your knees and feet. There’s a solution to this.  Thank God for Mark and Frank telling me about this amazing lime green Airex Balance Pad Elite. Airex Balance Pad is Elite when […]

20 Jan 19
Nate's Blog of Productive Thinking

When I started personal training 12 years ago, I spent a lot of time overthinking my clients’ workouts. My personal exercise library was too small. I relied on machines and your basic single-joint exercises. I wasn’t comfortable having my client do an exercise I couldn’t teach proficiently. My workouts didn’t flow efficiently and tended to […]

18 Jan 19
Nate's Blog of Productive Thinking

My role as a strength coach is to help my athlete or client achieve goals. I find it’s important to re-evaluate and ask myself if I’m implementing the exercises and programs with those goals in mind.  For this post I will focus on athletes, specifically professional baseball players. Professional baseball players all have the same goal […]