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Switching Gears: Total Body Tension & Fluid Movement

Posted by: Kari

  Strength in Conditioning for Thursday, June 19, 2014 Lifting weights to get stronger is about capacity, whereas the ability to execute fundamental movement patterns is about competency. Fundamental stability exercises like the bird-dog that teach competency, are also great for learning to use a low-threshold strategy of movement. Low-Threshold Strategy: Slow, tonic, local stabilizer, stabilizing muscle [...]
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Those Damn Dubs!

Posted by: Kari

  Strength in Conditioning for Wednesday, June 18, 2014 Whether the title of this post reflects your usual reaction when you see double unders in the workout for the day or you are a regular dubbing aficionado, you better believe you will be getting better at those damn dubs by attending this workshop! The Kayyem [...]
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Four Minutes to Fat Loss!

Posted by: Kari

  Strength in Conditioning for Tuesday, June 17, 2014 If your looking to shed the pudge and pooch around the middle, today’s conditioning workout is right up your ally! First, High Intensity Interval Training workouts like the Tabata you will be challenged with today work wonders for fat loss. On top of that, the mountain [...]
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Unleash The Beasts!

Posted by: Kari

  Strength in Conditioning for Monday, June 16, 2014 SICFIT Scottsdale’s Lil’ Beasts Summer Camp begins this week! From 9am-12pm everyday this week our Lil’ Beasts will be learning how great it feels to be active and healthy! With different educational activities, kid friendly functional fitness workouts, yoga, and games planned for each day, this [...]
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Hey Pops! This One’s On Us!

Posted by: Kari

  Strength in Conditioning for Saturday, June 14, 2014 To celebrate Father’s Day, all Dads are welcome to today’s SICFIT Scottsdale 8am Endurance, 9am FITness, or 10am Yoga class on the house! Make sure you stick around afterwards for a cold one as well! CONDITIONING 10 HSPU 20 Wall ball 30 Toes 2 bar/knees to bows [...]
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Honoring U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Edwardo Loredo

Posted by: Kari

  Strength in Conditioning for Friday, June 13, 2014 SICFIT Scottsdale is continually inspired and humbled by the great sacrifices made by the individuals who bare arms for our country. Today we honor one of these heroes, U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Edwardo Loredo, in a workout created in his memory. Segeant Loredo, 34, of Houston, Texas died in [...]
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Breathe Your Way to Better Shoulder Flexibility

Posted by: Kari

  Strength in Conditioning for Thursday, June 12, 2014 Diaphragmatic breathing is true core stabilization. Diaphragmatic breathing is different than chest breathing and often confused with belly breathing.  If you are just breathing into your belly and not expanding the sides of your ribs as the diaphragm pushes down – you are stuck in a dysfunctional [...]
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One Part Fitness, One Part Integrity

Posted by: Kari

  Strength in Conditioning for Wednesday, June 11, 2014 Today’s workout at SICFIT Scottsdale is not only a test of strength and stamina, it is also a test of will. How far can you push your self to keep going, minute after minute, when the option to stop is as little as one incomplete thruster [...]
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Private Training at SICFIT Scottsdale

Posted by: Kari

  Strength in Conditioning for Tuesday, June 10, 2014 One of the beautiful things about working out at SICFIT Scottsdale is that there are constantly new goals to achieve and tons of resources available to help you reach them. Perhaps you are working towards increasing your back squat, PRing your OLY lifts, or finally mastering [...]
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Can You Say Gasser?

Posted by: Kari

  Strength in Conditioning for Monday, June 9, 2014 Can you say gasser, anyone? With a triple threat like burpees, kettle bell swings, and jump rope, its a guarantee that there won’t be a single pair of lungs not gasping for breath at the end of this workout. But hey, a little hard work never [...]
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