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Unlock Your Hip Flexors

Originally posted on Healthy Life Reviews:
Unlock Your Hip Flexors is an easy to follow program done through videos. The program will instantly release your hip flexors for better health, strength and all day energy. A couple of video samples to show what the program is about Reduce Back Pain with This Hip Flexor Stretch… Continue reading

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Focus on What Matters

Vanity metrics. They’re everywhere. Followers, likes, comments, friends, retweets. Those are just the ones on social media. Trust me, there are hundreds more. How often do you think we find ourselves caring about something that is actually detrimental? Detrimental to our health, self esteem, self worth, self value, happiness, courage, confidence, you name it. I… Continue reading

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Motivating Movement

Originally posted on Handling Haley:
As I sit at home this morning, enjoying the snow day, I try to motivate myself to go on a run. I’ve been doing pretty good with working out. I have only taken 2 days off since the first of the year, which, I say, is reasonable. But, today I… Continue reading

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A good idea: postural stretching

Originally posted on Your Health Unlocked:
A good idea: postural stretching Practicing a regular sport activity has always been a source of well-being and comfort. We spend almost half of our energy on different daily activities. This is difficult to recover, not to mention the physical problems that are added such as back pain , muscle contraction, joint pain , etc. With… Continue reading

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You lack energy during the session? Think about pre workout

Originally posted on Your Health Unlocked:
You lack energy during the session? Think about pre workout The pre-workout is as the name suggests the snack to take before the weight training session. This is the second most important “meal” of the day, completed by the post-training session. The purpose of this meal is to prepare your body for… Continue reading

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I Am a Survivor.

Originally posted on Actually i Am.:
Pictured (left to right): 16-year-old me, my brother Freddy, and my half-sister Kathryn When I was 17, my older brother Freddy passed away from cancer at the age of 30. This was one of the last photos he and I took together. The day our little sister was born,… Continue reading

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How to Stay the Course…

Originally posted on Love, Life, Food & Fitness:
FOOD/FITNESS: There is always a buzz about how to do this or that, but when it comes to the fitness and health industry, it is amplified.  You truly can’t not hear any of the new trends or fads.  They are blasted everywhere constantly. A perfect example was… Continue reading

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What has injury taught me?

Originally posted on Remarkable Runs:
A friend recently asked me what were my biggest take-aways and lessons from my recovery from the partial tear to my medial collateral ligament (MCL) from about 3 months ago. I spent the next day or so thinking about this and have come up with the following: 1. Patience The… Continue reading

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Overtraining Syndrome (OTS)

Overtraining syndrome is a complex group of symptoms that is characterized by an athlete who has been training hard & suddenly experiences poor performance or burn out.  OTS can lead to musculoskeletal injuries due to overuse.  For example; muscle strains, sprains, tendinopathy, synovitis, bursitis, bruises & joint dysfunctions.  High frequency and/or high intensity exercises performed … Continue reading Overtraining Syndrome (OTS) Continue reading

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Goals and Dreams

Lets talk about some goals. I am 5’6″ and for the most part never truly considered myself overweight. I definitely thought I could lose a few pounds, but when I first started working with L I had one goal in mind. It was to look like Alicia Vikander in the Tomb Raider (2018) film. Being… Continue reading

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