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Build Your Core!

BUILD YOUR CORE This is a quick circuit that can be done as a warm-up before your workout or as nice finishing piece after a great session. Build Your Core is a circuit that you complete 3 x 10 reps each, and yes that means

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Mental Health and You

Mental health has continued to become a more openly discussed topic as we try and take away any stigma that exists around it. Sometimes in raising awareness we lose sight of some of the facts and tend to think “It’s great that we are working

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Guidelines for Selecting Supplements and Vitamins

A well balanced diet can provide many of the nutrients that our bodies need. However, in many cases individuals can benefit from adding supplements and vitamins to their diet. The store shelves are stocked full with many different brands and types to choose from. Here

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TIPS FOR A GOOD NIGHT’S SLEEP

It seems that every one of my clients lately has complained that they aren’t getting quality sleep. Maybe you can’t fall asleep even though you are tired, maybe you wake up repeatedly, maybe you wake up and then can’t get back to sleep, or maybe

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Fascial Release – The Key to Movement – Part 2

You’re muscles are tight, you can’t move the way you want to, and now you know that a big reason for this is how your fascia is interacting with your muscles and other bodily systems.Here are some of the different methods that are commonly used

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Trigger Point Dry Needling

What is dry needling? The goal of dry needling is simple: to decrease pain, improve range of motion, and restore function. It’s called dry needling because nothing is actually injected into the muscle. The needle goes into the muscle to mechanically disrupt “trigger points” and

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