In this entry, we review 2 stretches focused on the abdominal (stomach) region. The abdominals are active with all movement and essential for stabilization and balance. Proper balance in the abdominal and core regions will not only improve performance, but decrease risk of injury.
Our brains have an amazing capacity to push us through any difficult challenge. This post will help you learn to "amplify your yes" and provides valuable insights from the world of neuroscience.
This blog post goes into the details of the Integrated Resistance Training model for Optimum Performance (or OPT model™). The OPT Model is a phase-specific integrated training program designed to produce consistent physical, physiological and performance improvements in all clients. The components of the integrated training model are flexibility, core, balance, strength, power, speed, agility, and quickness. If you are looking to make gains in your workout program, the information in this blog is for you.
Is your body saying you're old, but your mind isn't willing to give in? If you've ever felt discouraged by the challenges of health & fitness after 40, we've got a few tips, and a toolbox to help.View Blog
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