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Body Restoration Fat Loss

Your body is programmed to hold onto fat. You’ve designed it that way… I did the same thing, once. Now, it’s time to break the cycle. Your body needs to understand that it’s time to shape itself, shed fat, and build muscle. Your body needs to increase its own signal and communication before allowing you […]

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Fat Loss Threshold

There’s a moment of truth in almost any sport you play when it all ‘clicks,’ so to speak. In golf, this is when you effortlessly swing the club and the ball goes further than it ever has. In swimming, it’s the feeling of gliding in the water instead of fighting to stay afloat and survive. […]

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The Secret To Easy Workout Success

Your body has access points, short circuits, and subconscious healing power. Let’s talk about each one in greater detail: Access points – these are like pivot points, or areas in your body that take maximum strain, but they can withstand it well. For example, your center of mass (CoM). This is located where your fingers […]

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Pain Relief That Lasts: 3 Top Pain Relief Strategies

There are 3 main types of pain, and each one has a slightly different pain-relief process: 1.) Acute pain – recent onset (last 72 hours) 2.) Residual pain – between 72 hours and 6 months 3.) Chronic pain – 6 months or more Let’s talk a bit about each one and illustrate a turnkey method […]

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4 Pain Purposes: Learn Why It Hurts

1.) Stop recurrent injury? 2.) Remind you to fix something? 3.) Signal your body is too stressed? 4.) Prevent new injury. With exercise, as with medicine, above all else, do no harm. That should be a recurring reminder with all that we do. So, why do we have pain? Pain exists to act as a […]

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How Muscle Works And Why You Get Knots

Flexibility and Recovery are the two most underexposed and important areas of fitness. Without the proper muscle length or repair process in place, your workouts would be extremely limited. Functional flexibility, or flexibility as it relates to movement and muscle health, really comes down to one term: Neuro-Inhibition <— your body’s ability to reduce signal […]

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