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Shoulder Warm Up- Prone Swimmers

Posted on Aug 3, 20

Prone Swimmers are a great exercise to add into your shoulder warm up. These will prep your rotator cuff and upper back in all ranges of motion prior to beginning your workout.   Here’s how to do this movement:   Start lying face down (prone position) on a flat surface. Begin with your arms by […]

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Posted on Aug 2, 20

Saw this on a post and I wanted to share it.   “You can’t experience success without first experiencing failure”   Whether it’s in the gym or in life failures happen but it is what we do and how we react to those failures that define us.  The actions we take to move on is […]

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Grilled Heirloom Tomato & Feta Panzanella

Posted on Jul 31, 20

Be sure to use heirloom tomatoes; their rich flavor and vibrant color add a huge wow factor to this salad. Beans bulk it up with fiber and protein. Ingredients 2 pounds heirloom tomatoes, halved   4 ounces French bread, cut into 1-inch slices   1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil, divided   1 (3-oz.) block feta […]

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Squat Knee Position

Posted on Jul 29, 20

We talk about knees caving in when doing a squat all the time and how we do not want to see this happen. We look for your knee position to be in line somewhere in between the 3rd – 5th (pinky) toes. This allows you to maintain a solid arch position in your foot which […]

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Burning Fat Without Losing Muscle

Posted on Jul 27, 20

We work hard to gain some solid muscle mass and want to hold onto as much of it as possible when we want the lose some bodyfat. Quite frequently people lose muscle during the weight loss process because muscle is a backup fuel source that your body can burn just like it does with body […]

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Vegan Watermelon Fruit Pizza

Posted on Jul 26, 20

A healthy and refreshing dessert option that will not only appeal to the masses but will also make a colorful addition to your picnic table! Ingredients ½ cup unsweetened coconut-milk yogurt alternative 1 teaspoon pure maple syrup ¼ teaspoon vanilla extract 2 large round slices watermelon (1 inch thick), cut from the center of the […]

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Low Back Stretches

Posted on Jul 24, 20

Lower back pain can sneak up on all of us. Regularly stretching the muscles, tendons and ligaments that support your spine is an important element in back health.  Reducing the tension in these muscles can help relieve the pain from a number of back pain conditions. It will also help with improving range of motion […]

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Chia Seeds

Posted on Jul 23, 20

Have you heard of Chia Seeds? Do you know how much nutrients are in only 2 tablespoons?   Two tablespoons of Chia Seeds contain: 64% more potassium than banana 2x the antioxidants of blueberries 41% of your daily fiber 100% more omega-3 than salmon 5x more calcium than milk 3x more iron than spinach 32% […]

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Planche Leans

Posted on Jul 21, 20

Here is a version of training that allows some versatility to help you gain strength to move unto a standard planche, especially if the strength and balance hasn’t been developed yet.   -Start with your feet on a block or a bench. Sit on your heels. -Gradually bring your shoulders forward, making sure to keep […]

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Going Through a Phase

Posted on Jul 19, 20

Whether it is in the gym or outside in our real life we are almost always in the process of learning something new. It could be learning new movements, adapting to a new mindset, developing an underused ability or creating a new lifestyle. Some of use or even learning how to develop more self-confidence or […]

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