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Why Everyone Should Use a Foam Roller!

Oct 26 2013

Why Should I Use a Foam Roller?

Would you like a full body massage in the comfort of your own home? The foam roller is your answer. Just as a massage can be painful at times, the idea behind using a foam roller is for self-myofascial release of tight, overused muscles giving you relief afterwards. It is a cheaper and more convenient way to get the benefits of a massage without having a live in masseuse.
The foam roller has been gaining popularity recently and is being used by a wide variety of people from recreational and professional athletes to the average person. The fitness industry is becoming more aware of soft tissue care in order to maintain healthy muscles. Self-myofascial… more

Benefits of The Farmer’s Walk

Oct 25 2013

This is a simple and effective strength training exercise that can improve posture, strengthen hand grip, stabilize the shoulder, and develop a stronger core.  It’s an exercise that should be in every strength training program. 

Performance Tips:
-Hold the kettlebell handle with a “hook” grip so that the weight is pulling down on the fingers.
-Allow the shoulders to sink down and lengthen the trapezius muscles. 
-Walk as fast as you can without the Kettlebells swaying.
-Walk for distance or Time, just
maintain posture! more

Why Everyone Should take Ultra Omega 3!

Oct 24 2013

Ladies and gentlemen, step right up and learn about a magical elixir! This amazing nutrient can truly do it all! It can lower your cholesterol, reduce high blood pressure, protect you from heart attacks, ease joint pains, fight wrinkles and skin ailments, and improve your memory. Why, it will even boost your mood!

Years ago, a snake-oil salesman may have hawked omega-3 fatty acids in just this way. Though there isn’t really any magic to omega-3, research is finding that they do have some pretty potent health properties.

Omega-3 fatty acids are a collection of polyunsaturated fatty acids, including Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), found in fish,… more


Sep 27 2013

How to perform:
Downward Dog
1. Start in a push-up position with the hips slightly elevated higher than the shoulders
2. While keeping the elbow pits facing forward and the shoulders tucked in, drive the hips straight back into downward dog.
3. Make sure to keep the knees and elbows LOCKED throughout the movement.
4. Do your best to get the heels flat against the floor. 
Transition to Upward Dog
1. While keeping the elbows locked, shift your weight forward onto the hands while dropping the hips toward the floor.
2. Make sure to PUSH yourself away from the floor to help keep the shoulders down away from the ears. 
3. At the bottom,… more

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