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My Favorite Exercise Combinations: Installment 16 – Kettlebell On Kettlebells

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Today’s exercise combination is a little different! In other installments, I usually went over some neuromuscular strategies to increase strength, to combine multiple movements that will help improve motoric control of a movement pattern, or anything of the like. In conjunction with the awesome weather we are having recently, I’d like to ride the wave of people gearing up for […]

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Zen Enso

Why You Aren’t Getting What You Want

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You reap what you sow. But no one talks about the time between the planting of the seed, the amount of effort it takes to grow and care for that seed, then reaping the benefits afterwards. Patience seems to pervade everything that I’ve accomplished and done this year. Dictionary.com defines patience as “quietly and steadily persevering or diligent, especially in […]

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Killer Broccoli

Fitness Tech Day #3 – Examine.com’s Supplement-Goals Reference Guide

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How else can I review Examine.com’s new product without being super objective? Kidding aside, when I first heard of Examine.com’s efforts of documenting and reading research on supplements, I cringed – the mere thought of sifting through thousands of documents and articles in order to decipher the “truth” about supplements is difficult to do, let alone imagining the amount of hours […]

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Methods vs Principles in the “Industry”

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As a coach, I am fortunate to come into contact with several types of people utilizing movement as their method of filtration. Whether it is guiding an athlete to gain weight for another successful in-season, or a client aiming to lose weight for an upcoming wedding, there are many avenues and paths that can be chosen.

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Morning Musings #8 – Fat Loss, Density Training, and Alcohol

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With the heat wave here in South Jersey, and the 4th of July just passing this weekend, it is undoubtedly beach season. In my head, it is automatically summertime the first day it hits 80° degrees in the spring, so I’ve been saying, “suns out, guns out,” since then.

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