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- Barbell Complex Challenge Workout
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- Anabolic Stretching?
- Contrast Training
- interesting – 5 min breath routine to try before next workout ..
- “Minimalist Strength” Workout – Day 3
- Bare Minimum Workout #10 – 2-Way Ladder Challenge
- Ladder Density Madness “BareFit” Workout
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- The Healing Power Of Self Myofascial Release
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- Ready to Launch
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- Sandbag Training: An Overview
- Joint Mobility Basics
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- 26 Tips For Optimum Health, Energy and Vitality
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Monthly Archives: February 2009
Time for an update of this week’s workouts – Have been pretty on point this week. Since I really like to do some kind of exercise every day, my current schedule looks like this: Mon, Wed, Fri: Lift Tues, Thurs, … Continue reading
So what i will be doing for at least the next few weeks is keeping all of you updated on my own personal workouts a couple of times per week in addition to my regular blog posts. I try to … Continue reading
Ever see those round white rolls laying around the gym and wonder what the heck they’re for? Well, their main use is for what’s called ‘self-myofascial release.’ It’s basically a technique used to get out adhesions that can form in … Continue reading
Wanted to take a second to announce the launch of my new website forestvancetraining.com! Make sure to subscribe to the RSS feed for updates my one-on-one and group training business, current specials, pictures from workouts, health and fitness tips, and … Continue reading
I’ll go ahead and admit that I’ve been burning the candle at both ends as of lately. I’ve been trying to eat well, keep consistent with my workouts, which I have for the most part … but I also haven’t … Continue reading