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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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The Push-Up: Part 2 – Progressions

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Alliteration aside, progressing beyond the push-up is something all youth athletes and fitness enthusiasts want to do, yet most haven’t primed their bodies from a physical point of view. I wanted to start doing some REALLY cool stuff as soon as possible. But, my body simply wasn’t ready. I was competing with breakdancers and gymnasts who have been prepping their […]

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The Push-Up: Part 1 – Are You Doing These Common Push-Up Errors?

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From when I was young, push-ups were attractive to me for a few reasons: They are easy to understand – hands on the floor, and push away from the the floor. Done. It offered quick results – do one more push-up than your previous best attempt, and you were stronger, and had more endurance. Doing rep upon rep of push-ups […]

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Mastery of Movement

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“How can I master the squat? Or the bench? Listen, all I want to do is put more weight on the bar and get stronger in the process.” I hear you, and there are plenty of ways we can do the above – it just depends on each person’s biomechanics, training level, and previous injury level if any. We could row […]

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