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Golf Fitness: Right Arm Position Drill

Submitted Jul 19,2015

The most effective form of golf fitness includes both physically preparation in the gym and and practicing the various movements that are part of the swing so you can train your nervous system and muscles to execute the proper motion when playing. This is a drill Sandy Wagner showed us during practice club to help us get […]

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10 Strategies to Stop Cravings

Submitted Jul 16,2015

Do you ever wonder why you can’t stay away from junk food and what is it that makes it so irresistible?  Do you notice that the more you eat junk food the more lethargic and unmotivated you feel? Even though most of us know what the ramifications of junk food overload are, we still eat the stuff…WHY?  What is […]

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The One Habit That’s Killing Us (hint- we ALL do it)

Submitted Jul 14,2015

In his book “Get Up”, Dr. James Levine, obesity researcher and leader at Mayo Clinic makes strong claims about the severity of a common activity that every single one of us does.  Dr Levine feels that the simple act of to much sitting during the day – is killing you.  And to be honest I think he might […]

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Testimonial: Karen Godwin

Submitted Jul 07,2015

My name is Karen Godwin, I’m over 40 and I’ve been training with Jes for 3 years. I had been preparing for my black belt in Tang Soo Do when I was sidelined due to a foot injury. I wanted to maintain my conditioning, add strength training and work on flexibility in a different setting […]

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Exactly What to Eat After Exercise

Submitted Jul 01,2015

For most of us, making time for a quality workout requires planning, re-arranging schedules and figuring out how and when to get to the gym each day. And that’s just getting to the gym.  Once you’re at the gym you put maximum effort into your workout so you can achieve your goals.  But did you […]

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Add Some Adventure & Fun to Your Fitness

Submitted May 06,2015

“Ok let’s do it”…We both looked at each other with nervous excitement as we finalized the plan for what started as the inkling of an idea I had about 2 years ago when I was reading an article about a group of women who challenged themselves to go rim-to-rim across the Grand Canyon in one day. They […]

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Client Snapshot: Ranna K.

Submitted Apr 21,2015

Meet my client Ranna! We started working together about 6 weeks ago and I wanted to share the great progress she has made with you. To her dismay I snapped some pictures of Ranna during her “fitness test” today.  She has shown awesome improvement in a relatively short time so I thought I would give you […]

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5 Reasons Eating Salads Could Be Making You Fat

Submitted Mar 18,2015

Having a salad is often a persons attempt at having a healthy meal.  I mean…the majority of ingredients are usually vegetables (unless you are eating a “salad fat” approach to dieting) so it’s hard not to assume it’s healthy.  I think having a salad is a great start to making healthy choices but you should know […]

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What is HIIT?

Submitted Mar 10,2015

WHAT IS HIIT? High-intensity interval training (HIIT) is a short duration (15-60 Mins) exercise regime characterized alternating intervals of intense work followed by rest intervals. It is not uncommon for work intervals to approach 80% to 95% of one’s maximum heart rate (MHR) combined with rest intervals at a much lower effort (eg, 40%-50% of […]

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Youth Athletics: Flexibility & Mobility to Prevent Injury

Submitted Feb 03,2015

Over the years I have had the opportunity and privilege to train a number of high school and youth athletes in the context of both coaching and conditioning.  Training young athletes is a lot of fun because the kids are pumped about their sport and they are really motivated to improve.  They are excited to […]

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