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January 7, 2021

The Black Box of Outcome Goals

I think regardless whether it be training/health related or otherwise, it's important to set goals. It makes life and training more meaningful and gives you direction. However, outcome goals can be a bit of a black box so to speak. There's a start point and an intended end point, but nothing really in between that keeps you accountable.

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January 7, 2021

2 Simple Tools to Help you Feel Better

Everyone has a lot going on in their lives, whether it's work, kids, school or any number of other things. For a lot of us that means our health goes on the back burner. The intention of this post is to give everyone a couple of tools that are effective, easy to implement and don't take up a ton of your time.

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January 7, 2021

FRA and FRC Round 2

I just got back from taking Functional Range Conditioning (FRC) course for the second time this weekend. The first time I took the course was a little over a year ago when Dr. Jeff Cubos recommended it to me. It's been a staple in my programs since and has had a significant impact for my clients and myself.

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January 7, 2021

Blogging and Exercise Selection

Obviously there are more things to consider when designing a training program (mobility restrictions, training age, biological age, preferences etc.), but this idea has stuck for me and I think it's a good thing to keep in mind. Make it goal oriented, make it as simple as possible while remaining effective and try to make it fun.

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