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Thai Chili Chicken Meatballs w/Cauliflower Fried Rice

Fried Rice Cauliflower, butter, chives/green onions, eggs, soy sauce. Steam cauliflower, finely chopped like rice then altogether in the skillet. Enjoy!

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5 Reasons to Run Outside Instead of on a Treadmill

Let me get this out of the way: treadmill running is better than sitting on the couch reading blogs that outline the reasons running outside is better than running on a treadmill. If it’s your only option – or even… Read more »

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5 Fitness Terms That Need to Die

Fun article by one of the greats… Here’s what you need to know… People worry too much about “core training” – a term that’s abused and overused. Stop it. The body is one piece. As the word “functional” increased in… Read more »

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Client Success

Big congratulations to Jim on hitting a 1.25BW Deadlift and graduating to T4 Bending! Remember in your training to: Actively be pursuing progress, notice complacency, whatever that means for you. ASK questions about training and how best to create that… Read more »

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Rx: What’s the point?

The point is challenge. At least that’s what it has come to mean for me from a coaching perspective in a group that varies widely in ability and potential. For those that don’t know Rx is a “prescribed” set of… Read more »

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7 Tips for an Awesome Day

1. Start your day right: DON’T start it by reaching over and checking your phone. Arguably your phone, computers etc. shouldn’t even be in the bedroom. If they are keep them face down and use them for an alarm only…. Read more »

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ECS Client Alyssa Martuch

ECS Client Alyssa Martuch hitting a 30lb PR on the deadlift at 175lbs. Alyssa just started Program Design this week. Some of her priorities we discussed during the consult were: Leaning/getting strong Prepping for a CrossFit competition Developing Double Unders!… Read more »

Couples Personal Training: Joel and Jen Egelman

“Coming to Balance Athletics is the first time that I’ve worked with a trainer and worked out with any kind of weights. I love that Kyle makes the workouts just right for what he knows I can do because if… Read more »

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