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When Exercise Is More Than A Workout For many, exercise is thought of as just a workout. This may provide insight into why most who walk this earth don't exercise. When we discount exercise as just a workout it devalues everything gained and valued regarding human movement. It's sort of like driving. You can drive around or you can drive to a specific destination. Driving around can be fun, but is there a clearly defined purpose and destination? Exercise impacts every aspect of our lives, from mental to physical. There are a couple instances when I would

The most common starting point for new clients walking into our environment is Milestone #2: BUILD A STRONGER CORE. That is interesting since nearly everyone I have ever met would tell you they desire a better mid-section/core/abs or however they describe it. With so much desire you'd think everyone would be injury resilient, have no back pain, move well, and of course, have a toned 6-pack.

Milestone #1: Find Your Flexibility Do You Have Hip/Core Sequencing Issues? The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that 80% of adult Americans do not get the recommended amount of exercise necessary to control weight, receive mental health benefits, and reduce the risk of developing chronic diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, and some cancers. Today, we're going to help you determine how to start SMART

8 Essential Elements For Optimal Strength & Conditioning Did you do what it takes this weekend to Look Great, Feel Great, and Perform Your Best? This morning I made it to the club to coach a client and livestream Deathwish to our followers around the country. I made the sacrifice of getting up early to help others with their health & fitness. All of us sacrifice something when we choose to exercise and eat better. To sacrifice is to surrender something for the sake of something else. What Are You Sacrificing? I believe each of you sacrifice

Milestone #3: Move Better By Hip Hinging Can You Demonstrate Proper Hip/Core Sequencing? The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that 80% of adult Americans do not get the recommended amount of exercise necessary to control weight, receive mental health benefits, and reduce the risk of developing chronic diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, and some cancers. We are very careful to identify problematic movement patterns when a new client walks in the door. We are negligent if we fail to identify movement issues that may increase the risk of injury. Once identified, measures