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Lost Motivation? Don’t Be Discouraged; Shift Your Focus!

Lost Motivation? Don’t Be Discouraged; Shift Your Focus!

You are not alone! No matter who it is, at some point, everyone gets a case of the “I don’t want to’s.” Living life can be mentally and physically exhausting especially with all the things we SHOULD be doing. For instance, we should brush our teeth for 2 minutes,...

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Thanksgiving Workout Plan

Thanksgiving Workout Plan

The holidays are here! Thanksgiving is just a few days away and before we know it, Christmas will be here. The kids are out of school this week, there’s shopping to be done, fellowship with friends and family. Let’s face it, there’s just not much time to workout. But...

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Data vs. Emotions

Data vs. Emotions

Do you want to be more fit? Be in better health? Look better, move better, feel better? What about saving money? If so, read on, and let’s see if you still want to save money by the time you get to the end of this article. Most of us know. We see it every day. We...

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Fat Loss vs. Weight Loss

Fat Loss vs. Weight Loss

In the last several years, surveys have found that almost half of American adults are trying to lose weight. So chances are high that weight loss has been a goal of yours sometime in the recent past. You may have attempted to lose weight by cutting calories, which...

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3 Ways to End 2019 On a Good Note

3 Ways to End 2019 On a Good Note

You are about to enter the last 2 months of 2019. The last 60 days of 2019. Around the holidays, these may be the toughest 60 days of 2019. Many people struggle during this time of year and let those struggles define their entire year. You work hard all year and then...

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Function

Function

Function is a moniker for 'physical activity and how the body moves and functions', and if you're interested at all in how you look, how you move is of great importance because movement is what creates the body many people want. If you want to build muscle, you have...

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Nutrition Tips for the Holidays

Nutrition Tips for the Holidays

Amidst the holiday hustle and bustle, overlooking and neglecting your health can be simple and unintentional. Detour the potential risks of weight gain and stay healthy this December with these wellness tips for the holidays! Keep Active The chaos of holiday schedules...

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Should You Build Muscle?

Should You Build Muscle?

What do you think about when building muscle? How would your life benefit by building more muscle? People generally want to build muscle for one prevailing reason: to look better. There's absolutely nothing wrong with that as one of the main functions of resistance...

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Should You Get Stronger?

Should You Get Stronger?

If you asked people to rank their top five fitness goals, most of them will peg 'getting stronger' near the end. Losing weight, getting abs, building muscle (and curves), and toning up are probably going to be more common, especially for women. For men, getting...

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What Do You Know About CrossFit?

What Do You Know About CrossFit?

One of the first questions I ask when someone comes into CrossFit Final Call for a No Sweat Intro is; “What do you know about CrossFit?” The answer usually goes one of two ways. First, they might say that they googled CrossFit. In which case I slap my forehead and...

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The Science Behind CrossFit Kids

The Science Behind CrossFit Kids

Neurons That Fire Together Wire Together A newborn’s brain comes into this world with very few neural connections. During childhood, however, connections are made easily and quickly. It is why “play” is so important! Positive feelings like curiosity, confidence, and...

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Squat Range of Motion

Squat Range of Motion

What and Why Full Range of Motion? If you’ve been with us long enough (at least one day) you’ve likely heard your coach tell you that the standard depth for any squat variation is that the crease of the hip (A) must travel below the top of the knee (B). Simple enough...

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