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May 13th, 2013

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Category: Injury Prevention
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Minimizing Injuries Through Fitness

It is first and foremost important to have a routine physical before you jump right into any kind of fitness. A doctor will be able to give you healthy limitations if there are any that apply to you personally. Once you get started It is important to start easy and work your way up to […]

Apr 19th, 2013

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Building Shoulder Strength: Part III

No one wants to become injured but lets face it, injuries do happen. If you do become injured it is very important to look at the vitamins and minerals that your body needs to aid with your recovery. Here is a brief overview of what your body needs in the time of an injury even […]

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 8th, 2013

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Category: Cardio Fitness
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Why CrossFit Might Not Be For You

By now I’m sure you have heard of CrossFit and if you haven’t already had a friend trying to get you to try it out, you soon will. It is the hottest fittest craze right now and only gaining in popularity with the quick results it promises, but will those results last and how much […]

Apr 3rd, 2013

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WHEN TO USE ICE OR HEAT ON SORENESS AFTER YOUR WORKOUT

  Understanding how to treat your body is crucial to your next workout.  Here are a few rules that my 23 years of doing this has taught me.   1.       There is a difference between pain and sore. Pain would be sharp or stabbing while sore is heavy, burning and tight.  Understanding the difference is important.   2.       When […]