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Victory is Inevitable

Posted by: Kari

  Programming for Thursday, August 8, 2013 Competition isn’t about beating the person next to you. It isn’t even out beating your own personal best. Those aims are simply distractions on the path to true victory. Competition demands only one focus — and that focus is on you and only you, from moment to moment, [...]
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Testing, Stretching, and Flexing with SICFIT and FlexibilityRX

Posted by: Kari

  Programming for Wednesday, August 7, 2013 Another week of successful and dedicated training means only one thing — it’s time to test! For this workout, it is not enough to do hang power cleans for five minutes straight.  Nope, in order for those hang cleans to count towards your score, they will need to [...]
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The Body Achieves What The Mind Believes

Posted by: Kari

  Programming for Monday, August 5, 2013 It’s the beginning of a new week; let’s take charge of it by starting on the right foot. Let’s live the motto, “show up, don’t quit,” and know that our bodies will take care of the rest. Let’s trust that even our tired and aching muscles are up for [...]
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The Link Between Health and Sleep

Posted by: Kari

  Programming for Friday, August 2, 2013 Think being fit is all about nutrition and exercise? Think again! Consistently getting enough sleep is just as important to your health as what you do in the gym, and what you put in your body.  Lack of sleep has not only been linked impaired reaction times, concentration, [...]
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Stretch Your Fitness Potential!

Posted by: Kari

  Programming for Tuesday, July 30, 2013 We have heard it time and time again… mobility and flexibility are essential components for being able to get the most out of our training. But how many of us actually turn this talking point into action? In order to truly understand the power of proper mobility and [...]
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A Shift in Perspective

Posted by: Kari

  Programming for Friday, July 26, 2013 All too often we fall into the trap of emphasizing our failures and disappointments more than our successes and accomplishments. We could have rowed harder; we just can’t seem to get that kipping pull-up down; we should have put more energy into our last project at home or [...]
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