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This site is for the athlete, dancer, and persons looking to increase their performance, whether it is in the gym, on the field, or on the stage. At the end of the day, my goal is to divulge the hours of research and in-person experience aimed towards helping you move faster, get stronger, and live healthier.

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Miguel’s Musings & Things to Read – 8.25.14

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This past weekend I had the opportunity to jump on a bus and go to Beantown. It was totally spur of the moment and I felt like I had a great time connecting with all of my Bostonian friends while I was up there. Many thanks to all who I had the chance to spend time with. My buddy Angel […]

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Deadlift E2D

Guidelines for Training With an Injury

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When you have an injury, it is useful to do several things: Mentally and emotionally accept where you are along the continuum of that injury. Understand and learn as much of the injury’s diagnosis as much as possible. Accept that you can still perform some type of action despite the injury. Understanding GRIT along with understanding your own ability to […]

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Human Performance Podcast – Episode 2 (Nutritional Strategies)

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I had the opportunity to chat once again with Pat Davidson, and was accompanied this time around with Henry Lau, co-founder of the Human Performance Live Forum, who’s name I am now sharing of the newly appointed Human Performance Podcast. Before going into the details of the podcast, I’d like to reach out and see what you, the audience, the […]

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Human Flag Side View 2

Things the Hyper-Neurotic (Like Me) Can Do for 30 min for a Better Life (Instead of Making Excuses or Complaining)

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I tend to hyperanalyze things. Hyper, in the sense that I have the tendency to extrapolate things out – not out of proportion, merely draw all the steps out in any given situation. This has its benefits – I can begin to tell you a few reasons why I don’t gamble in poker or blackjack, for example. It also has […]

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Either Write Things

Musings – Writing and Blogging (8.12.14)

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This is a post inspired by thoughts on what people have been asking me ever since I’ve been “published” by several big name sites and authors. My Beginning As a Professional “Writer” My background with writing involved staying up for hours writing answers on a Question and Answer type of website called quora.com, in which everyday people would ask relatively […]

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Family

Reflections on Happiness, Time, and Purpose

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I’m going to die. Along with my death, I’m fearful that I won’t live a fulfilled and purposeful life. At some point in the near future (since time is relative), I’m going to die. I don’t look at the fact that I’m going to die as a fearful item, but rather a fact of life. “When exactly?” That is the […]

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Robins

Human Performance Podcast – Episode 1 with Greg Robins

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So for better or worse, I and a few others have taken the liberty of going into a more focused and directed path with regards to the medium that is available to us via podcasting. Some will include interviews, others will be focused on education and more modern techniques with regards to movement, strength and conditioning, and fitness. The focus […]

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Handstand Hold E2D

Exercises You’re Not Doing Correctly: Handstands

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Handstand exercises were something of a work of art growing up. Prior to the internet, I can only recall watching old(er) kung fu and martial arts films, along with Only the Strong – capoeira’s entrance into the U.S. mainstream. For what it’s worth, it was amazing at the time. Today, I’m not going to announce my entry into a cool […]

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Push Up Copy

How to Create An Exercise Routine with ONLY Bodyweight Exercises

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Whether you’re unable to make it into the gym, traveling for work, or strapped for cash and don’t have access to equipment, understanding how to incorporate varying bodyweight exercises is a great “default” resource for those choosing an active and healthy lifestyle. Laying the groundwork for a bodyweight oriented program essentially leaves me with these general thoughts whenever someone asks […]

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Treadmill Warm Up

Are You Really Warming Up?

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Originally posted on GrassFedLifestyle.com What You Need to Know Performing eight to ten bodyweight exercises before your training session is more productive than warming up using a treadmill or elliptical before exercise. From a movement and biomechanical point of view, a dynamic warm-up will aim to work in three dimensions, vs the singular plane of motion that walking on a […]

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