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Jan 30th, 2014

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Whats new at Lionheart Personal Training

In been a while since I updated everyone on whats been happening at Lionheart. The holiday season came and went with its usual furry. As we settle into the new year Jonathan and Drew and Patrick have a new passion. They have been bitten by the competition bug. For Patrick they are half marathons and […]

May 24th, 2013

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Is less more when it comes to fitness?

There is a craze in fitness now that could be the key to getting America moving. Ideas such as 20 mins to fitness is based on an idea contrary to most held in the fitness industry. But is it really viable to say it works?   In my mind it depends on the following. First […]

May 20th, 2013

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Walk This Way

Isn’t it time you stop just “going through the motions”? No matter what my clients goals or activity levels are, there is one thing that separates those that eventually achieve their goals and those who simply are fine with just going through the motions.   While walking my new puppy the other day I was […]

May 10th, 2013

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Being yourself in fitness goals.

    We all see the pictures and of the pretty people in every magazine and on every TV commercial. Lets discuss the realities of everyone looking like that.   If it were easy we all would look that good. If there was a pill we would all take it to look that good.   […]

May 3rd, 2013

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Don’t Let This Be Your Weak Link

We’ve all seen the guy at the gym with big arms and upper body features, yet has to wear pants to cover up his chicken legs. Don’t be that guy. By training your body to work together as one unit (the way it was meant to) you will not only turn heads, but feel healthier […]

May 1st, 2013

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Why having a workout partner makes a difference?

  For those of us that need motivation to get and stay active perhaps finding a friend, partner or loved one to workout with is the key to your success?   What can working out with a partner do for you? Less expensive:  At most places, and Lionheart Personal Training is no different, you will […]

Apr 29th, 2013

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Body As Resistance Training

Working out using your own body weight as resistance is by no means a new thing. Using your body instead of weights helps strengthen your whole body core which I consider from your knees to your shoulders. When I look at the biggest problems that end up causing people pain and discomfort as they age, […]

Apr 29th, 2013

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Back On Track

Does this sound familiar: summer is just around the corner and you’re still not even close to your New Years resolution.  Well, it’s not too late to renew your 2013 New Years’ goals and make this your sexiest year ever. By incorporating a few new movements and working at a faster intensity you can accelerate […]

Apr 17th, 2013

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Category: Injury Prevention
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Building Stronger Shoulders Part II

It’s of no coincidence that the BBB has awarded us as the training studio with the fewest injury reports (zero!) in the Saint Louis metro area. We understand the complexities of the issues that our clients face and work with them to figure out the best approach for their individual needs. In Michael’s previous post […]

Apr 16th, 2013

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Category: Injury Prevention
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Building Shoulder Strength: Part I

We received a question from our friend and owner of “ Community Acupuncture of St. Louis John Schmieder. I have a client who has had shoulder reconstructive surgery. He has lost a huge amount of muscle mass and has asked me about rehabing his strength and regaining his muscle mass. Can you help with that? […]