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Hamstring Training 2.0

A lack of hamstring strength is very common even for people who come to the gym regularly. Achieving proper hamstring strength improves back and knee health. The hamstring has two major functions: knee flexion and hip extension. In today’s circuit we combine exercises that address both of these functions so that you get the most…

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The Hurts to Laugh Ab Workout

This ab workout is exactly as the name sounds. When combined into one workout, you will effectively train all of the core musculature including: Rectus Abdominis, internal and external obliques, transverse abdominis and the psoas. This workout works great on its own or after any training session. Since some of these exercises have a touch of…

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3 Recovery Methods to Optimize Performance

Any CrossFitter will tell you it’s the intensity of the routine that separates him or her from the pack. But research shows that doing CrossFit too frequently without making some key adjustments can have undesired consequences. Training consisting of a lot of volume and intensity produces substantial amounts of lactic acid — a compound created by the breaking down…

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4 Signs That You’re Aging Well

In a survey conducted by Pew Research Center, nearly 70 percent of adults in America said they want to live to see 100. But true longevity is about aging the right way. The goal is to optimize your energy levels; stay active, mobile, and strong; and enjoy your life to the fullest. All it takes…

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3 Recovery Methods to Optimize Performance

Any CrossFitter will tell you it’s the intensity of the routine that separates him or her from the pack. But research shows that doing CrossFit too frequently without making some key adjustments can have undesired consequences. Training consisting of a lot of volume and intensity produces substantial amounts of lactic acid — a compound created…

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