Minimalist Training

Posted on 23. Nov, 2010 by .

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Everyone is super busy these days. Just ask someone and they will tell you that they just don’t have enough time in the day to do what they want to do and get their training or workouts done. Truth be told, I have had a lot of trouble getting my own training in over the […]

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A Story…..

Posted on 14. Oct, 2010 by .

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I like stories that make people think. I love stories that can change behaviors. I sometimes tell this story to my athletes and clients who I think “need to hear it.” This is not my story; this is a hand-me-down story from my high school wrestling coach which I never forgot.. He tells it better, but I will […]

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Training for Life

Posted on 13. Oct, 2010 by .

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As people get older and start to drift away from that active “athlete” they once were, many have no reason to workout. Some cannot get motivated to do what they must or need to do. Others will read a blog like this and tell me that I am out of my mind if I think […]

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Pushing your Physical Limits

Posted on 28. Sep, 2010 by .

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How hard should you push when training? How much can the human body take before it gives out? Are you pushing too hard? Not pushing hard enough? I am old school when it comes to training. Not all of the education in the world means a whole lot when dealing with the human spirit. As […]

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Getting rid of pain …a “non-corrective exercise” approach

Posted on 21. Sep, 2010 by .

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Corrective exercise is a term that is thrown around a lot these days. In many cases the people performing “corrective exercise” seem to be crossing that line between exercise and therapy and that is a very dangerous line to cross. In any case, that is a topic for a different day.

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Get to vs. Have to

Posted on 08. Sep, 2010 by .

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Occasionally I get to work with someone that thinks training is an absolute privilege. Most of my clients like to train, but not so many see their training and, ability to train as a privilege.

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How do I know if I have Frozen Shoulder?

Posted on 06. Sep, 2010 by .

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Most people know when they have a frozen shoulder.  Although it is dangerous to self-diagnose, it can become pretty clear when you shoulder is no longer operating as it should that you may have a frozen shoulder. While many physicians would argue that a true frozen shoulder is only diagnosed with certain tests and symptoms, […]

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