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SICFIT Strikes Again in the Pacific West

Posted by: Kari

  Strength in Conditioning for Saturday, February 22, 2014 Today’s workout is a preview of the upcoming SICest of the Pacific West fitness competition hosted on the beautiful island of Maui, Hawaii. If the thought of testing your fitness in a tropical paradise makes you want to hit the gym in your bathing suit, make [...]
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Paleo Recipe: Apple Pie Balls

Posted by: Ashley

Craving a sweet treat? Here is a great recipe to hit your sweet tooth and one that the whole family will enjoy! Want to learn more fun and easy recipes? Be sure to join us for Food as Fuel on Thursday, January 16th at 7:30pm. This FREE seminar will give you all kinds of tricks [...]
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Hustle For the Muscle Up!

Posted by: Kari

  Strength in Conditioning for Wednesday, December 18, 2013 The muscle up is a ruthlessly blunt, unapologetically honest test of fitness. Coveted by many, mastered by few, the muscle up separates the pack among athletes with one single movement. But while the muscle up itself may be a difficult feat, your ability to achieve one [...]
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You are Your Competition

Posted by: Kari

  Strength in Conditioning for Saturday, November 30, 2013 We love competition at SICFIT Scottsdale. It motivates and inspires us to work harder, keep pushing, and to never ever quit. But while the person who just took the lead in front of you gives you the jolt you need to pick up the pace, your most [...]
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Age Ain’t Nothin’ But a Number, Baby

Posted by: Kari

  Programming for Tuesday, October 29, 2013 Forget about the saying “30 is the new 20″ because let’s face it, 30 is and always will be 30 no matter what way you slice it. Same goes for all the other numbers we associate with the years of our lives. But in the SICFIT world, age [...]
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Functional Advice for Functional Fitness

Posted by: Kari

Programming for Thursday, October 10, 2013 So many modern day tasks assume that humans should be seated while performing them. The two largest culprits… working at a desk and driving a car. While sitting is certainly not all bad, and we definitely need it for rest at times, prolonged sitting has averse effects on our [...]
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Thrusters, Stones, and Rope Climbs, OH MY!

Posted by: Kari

Programming for Friday, September 27, 2013 Taxing the body in strange ways in the name of fitness reaps incredible rewards. We don’t do it often, but working with stones is a great way to asses our ability to adapt our strength over multiple domains. SICFIT Ambassador and certified “Strongman” coach, Dan Lennon, explains two different [...]
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SICFIT WOW Prepares for OPTathlon

Posted by: Kari

  Programming for Wednesday, September 25, 2013 Today’s WOW is inspired by the upcoming OPTathlon, held at OPT|The International Center for Fitness, on Sunday 10/6. As a fitness test, these row repeats are simple but extremely informative in assessing fitness — they reveal how quickly you fatigue and your ability to recover quickly. This test [...]
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Adapt or Die at SICFIT Scottsdale

Posted by: Kari

  Programming for Thursday, September 19, 2013 For most of us, when we conjure up the image of an athlete in our mind’s eye we see someone who is physically fit, with two working arms, legs, eyes, and ears. But these qualities of the human body are not necessary requirements for one to wear the [...]
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