Are you overtraining? By Sadie Flynn via Austin Fit Magazine Fitness is good, and fitness is fun. But like anything else, too much of a good (and fun) thing can be detrimental. How do you know when this beneficial
Scar tissue buildup after injury is not something to ignore. If left unattended, it’ll not only prevent you from making a full recovery, but it can actually lead to more damage down the road due to compensatory behaviors during
The Measure of a Good Coach by Sadie Flynn via Austin Fit Magazine Any run-of-the-mill trainer will tell you that they want to help you reach their goals. But the true measure of a good coach is their ability
It’s not uncommon to hear someone label a type of stress as “good” or “bad”. A hard workout might be considered “good” stress, while getting into an altercation in the Whole Foods parking lot of a parking spot would
Let’s get upside down: Part two of learning how to handstand In the first handstand blog, we covered the basics of the handstand to help you get more comfortable moving your weight around in new or unfamiliar body positions,
Respecting Your Capacities: Part 4 – Muscular Endurance with Colin Bailargeon In case you missed his first three parts re: capacities, click here, here, and here. In his latest article about respecting your capacities, Colin talks about how your
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