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Posture & Corrective Exercise

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Jul 04
  Posture and Corrective Exercises Proper postural alignment is something that is commonly forgotten nowadays. Unfortunately, our posture is either overlooked or not considered during exercise. You might have heard a friend or family member complain about low back pain or you may have noticed that you have dominance of a

Unilateral Training

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Jul 04
  Unilateral Training Individuals new to the gym might show strength imbalances between their opposing limbs, which is referred to as a bilateral asymmetries. Asymmetries are the imbalance between the limbs, and bilateral movements are performed by both sides of the body such as a barbell curls or the bench press. Individuals with

Weight Complexes

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Jul 03
  Weight Complexes Weight lifting is my favorite mode of exercise. Moving moderate to heavy loads that enhance my muscle pump is by far one of the best feelings ever. Lifting heavy tends to take a toll on my body sometimes, because of my lifestyle of a personal training constantly

Musical Hypertrophy | Including Giant Sets in Your Routine

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Jun 16
  Giant Sets | Musical Hypertrophy Over the course of my training experience, I have used many different methods for different desired goals, such as 5-3-1 programs for strength, supersets, compounds sets, circuit training, drop sets, and etc. One of my main goals that Ive always wanted to enhance was hypertrophy. I’ve always

Get Yoked

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Jun 14
  Get Yoked Eggs have been part of the main course in breakfast for years, but maybe you have been wondering what to choose between whole eggs and egg whites. It seems that there has alway been this conception that egg whites are the healthier choice compared to the whole egg which includes