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#youarewhatyoueatwhenyoueatit

Posted by: Kari

  Strength in Conditioning for Monday, September 22, 2014  Sweat dripping, heart racing, muscles throbbing… this can only mean one thing: You just finished your workout at SICFIT Scottsdale and as soon as you’re done feeling like your are going to keel over and pass out you will be feeling on top of the world! [...]
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R U OLY?

Posted by: Kari

  Strength in Conditioning for Saturday, September 21, 2014 Are you one of those OLY obsessed athletes who cannot step away from the barbell every time you enter SICFIT Scottsdale? If your answer is an unequivocal, “YES!” then you simply cannot afford to miss the  USAW Level 1 Sport Performance Coach Certification course being offered at SICFIT [...]
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Show ‘em What (SIC)Fitness is all About

Posted by: Kari

  Strength in Conditioning for Friday, September 19, 2014 It’s time to round up the crew again and show them what SICFIT Scottsdale is all about by bringing them to Guest Days. Guest Days opens the gym to you and your guest for a complimentary, non-specialty class next week, Tuesday through Thursday. Why try and convince your friends [...]
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Fortify Your Fitness Foundation

Posted by: Kari

  Strength in Conditioning for Thursday, September 18, 2014 If you have big goals for yourself — losing weight, gaining muscle mass, competing in the sport of fitness — the best place to start is with the basics. Similarly, often times the key to moving beyond a current plateau is to go back and rebuild [...]
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Building Well-Rounded Athletes

Posted by: Kari

  Strength in Conditioning for Wednesday, September 17, 2014 Today’s Strength in Conditioning workout has got a little something for everyone!  From lifting heavy to high-rep weight-training to a gnarly little HIT workout on the rower, this Tuesday training session not only favors the well-rounded athlete, but it also helps create them. And at SICFIT [...]
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3D Core Stability

Posted by: Kari

  Strength in Conditioning for Tuesday, September 16, 2014 Core stability has a different meaning than the phrase ‘core strength’. All movement originates from a stable core.  Core stability is the ability to resist and control movement. The core stabilizes movement and the hips drive it. Muscles perform different actions based on their functions. Certain groups [...]
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I <3 Mondays!

Posted by: Kari

  Strength in Conditioning for Monday, September 15, 2014 At SICFIT Scottsdale we love our Mondays! For us, Monday means a whole new set of goals to set and smash. Monday means more opportunities to turn weaknesses and limitations into strengths and tactical advantages. Monday means and brand new week with new possibilities to explore and [...]
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9/11 Hero Tribute Workout

Posted by: KayLynn Cogil

Thank you to the all of the men, women, first-responders, military and kids that came out to support our fifth annual tribute workout in honor of the 3,000 people who lost their lives on 9/11/2001. We gather each year as a community to share our stories and tribute those who were affected by the attacks [...]
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The New Place to be on Friday Nights!

Posted by: Kari

  Strength in Conditioning for Friday, September 12, 2014 In case you haven’t caught wind around the gym, the SICFIT Scottsdale Gymnastics class has a brand new day and time slot. Beginning today, this specialty class will be offered on Friday nights at 6:30 pm. Why not kick off your weekend learning how to defy [...]
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3-Step Fix for the Butt-Wink: Preventing the Tuck Under

Posted by: Kari

  Strength in Conditioning for Wednesday, September 10, 2014 The last point of performance for the squat addressed hip-flexor tightness that can prevent an upright torso. Tight hip-flexors can also cause overextension of the low-back. This point of performance requires a neutral lumbar curve during the squat, particularly at the bottom. While over-extension is common, [...]
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