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Strength and Conditioning in the Aging Athlete

One day you wake up and you realize your body feels different. Maybe it’s that you cannot do some of the things you used to do anymore, or maybe your body is screaming much louder than it did before while… Read more »

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Awesome Podcast on Power Athlete Radio (Robb Wolf Guest)

Follow the link to listen: http://powerathletehq.com/2015/02/13/power-athlete-radio-episode-94-robb-wolf/ Topics include: Nutrition for gaining and losing Natural childbirth vs. C-Section The Cholesterol Conundrum Robb Wolf holding the world record for taking down a 650# elk with a spear

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The Definitive Guide to Nuts

Of all Primal-approved food categories, none is more bedeviling to even seasoned followers of the lifestyle than nuts. The questions never end. What is a nut? When you’ve got all these nut-like gymnosperms, drupes, and legumes masquerading as nuts, what even… Read more »

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The Journey To Health: Hey This Map is Wrong!

Moving SUCKS. I mean really, does anyone actually enjoy the process of loading everything they own into a vehicle, U-Haul or truck only to have to unload it and put it all away again somewhere else? If anyone said yes,… Read more »

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Skill – The Tie that Binds

One of the most important things you can work on in the gym is constantly striving to refine your mechanics, your skill in the movements we teach and practice. Skill is arguably the most complex and difficult to achieve relative… Read more »

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Seven Tips to Ensure Optimal Recovery From Intense Training and Competition

A simple way to perform better is to make sure you’re recovering optimally from intense training or competition. If you don’t take advantage of the recovery period, subsequent performance may be negatively affected, and you stand to lose a lot… Read more »

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Is Constant Ketosis Necessary – Or Even Desireable?

Every day, I get links to interesting papers. It’s hard not to when thousands of new studies are published every day and thousands of readers deliver the best ones to my inbox. And while I enjoy thumbing through the links… Read more »

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BA Client Profile: Joy Taylor

Hometown: Parker Age: 59+ Occupation: Business Analyst/Technology Management When did you start at the gym?: June 2014 Favorite workout or kind of training: Running Least favorite workout or kind of training: Swimming Please tell us about your sports and/or pursuit… Read more »