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FIX YOUR POSTURE: Exercises for your shoulders and neck to undo the pain that technology causes us!

Sitting a lot at your computer? Find yourself rounding looking down at your phone or tablet a lot? Technology has a way of doing a number on our bodies. Studies have recently shown that sitting is just as detrimental to the body as some really horrible things like smoking! As a personal trainer and massage therapist, I use gym equipment and simple exercises to help…

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Online In-Home Training, COVID-19 Quarantine: Staying Fit with Personal Training

Online In-Home Training, COVID-19 Quarantine: Staying Fit with Personal Training Get the best of personal training delivered straight to your home. In these shelter-in-place times, we often can use the help of a good partner to help keep us fit which makes us healthy both physically and mentally. Get maximum results for your time, prevent injury and train right! Hire the best in personal training,…

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Work the Negative

Consider the last time you tripped, missed a step or fell into a hole and sprained your ankle or twisted your knee. You injured yourself because you couldn’t react or de-accelerate fast enough to catch yourself from falling. Improving balance is just one of the many ways my clients benefit from working out with me. Exercising correctly is a skill. In one-on-one coaching sessions and…

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Intensity versus Duration

Want to get the most from your workout? Of course, you do! Then bump up the intensity and frequency of your fitness routine. Exercising four or five times a week for half an hour is exponentially better than working out twice a week for an hour. You can easily power up your workout by running up steps for short intervals, adding sprints to your biking…

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Dead Butt Syndrome

Do you have amnesia of the butt? As funny as it sounds, dead butt syndrome is real. Gluteal amnesia is one of the perils of sitting for extended periods of time. Your hip flexors and quads become shortened restricting blood flow. As a result, your glutes which are the largest muscles in your body, get over stretched and become inflamed. This prevents them from firing…

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