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BG-15:  Getting Faster Results and Breaking Through A Plateau

BG-15: Getting Faster Results and Breaking Through A Plateau

It was about a month ago that I sent out MY LAST POST. And in that post I talked about what I found to be 7 key factors to consider when planning your workouts.  Now that you have an idea on how to plan them I’m going to tell you about 5 hacks that you can include in your workouts that will no... »

BG-14:  7 Key Factors To Getting Strength Training Results

BG-14: 7 Key Factors To Getting Strength Training Results

If getting fitness results were only as easy as pushing a button, we’d all just be average.  But do you know how, no, I mean, really know how people are getting fitness results?  I don’t just mean fitness results, as in looking lean or appearing to be in shape, because not all in shape people ... »

BG-13:  Taking Things Too Far

BG-13: Taking Things Too Far

I am all for challenging myself and my clients to see and to show them what we are capable of, because, after-all, challenges are the very reason you, I, or any of them are able to get better at anything that we do. If we want to know what we can handle, or if we want to grow or get better, at doing... »

BG-12:  I Don’t Like To Use Big Words part 2

BG-12: I Don’t Like To Use Big Words part 2

Until last week, the word proprioception has been a term that many of you have never heard.  As I said in last week’s post, the word describes the brain’s ability to sense where all of the body’s parts are in space, at any given time.  In addition, because it “knows,” it has the ability to change fr... »

BG-11: I Don’t Like To Use Big Words

I don’t like to use big words because I don’t like to sound too pretentious when I write or speak. Occasionally, however, a word pops up in my head that I simply have to use because of its impact on how our bodies function, how we manage pain and on how we prevent injuries. In fact, because of those... »

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