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Cross Training For Runner- Short 7 minute clinic

At my first clinic for the Austinfit training group I discuss a few key components of cross-training for runners. We talk about:   Efficiency Specificity Unilateral Exercises Core Training     To sign up for a free success session and learn more about how to...

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Bills Transformation

Bill has undergone an awesome transformation losing 35 pounds and over 15 inches in 5 months. Listen to him share his experience on how this life changing transformation has improved his quality To sign up for a free success session and learn more about how to build a...

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Game Changing Stabilizer Exercises

In October of 2014 I had major surgery on my right shoulder. Basically, I had a partial tear of the rotator cuff, two meniscus tears, and a broken collarbone. The doctors went in and removed part of my clavicle and also repaired the meniscus and rotator cuff. The...

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The Myth of Stretching

If you are anything like I was when I was in high school, we've been taught the static stretch, dynamic stretches and then you go right on with you training or with practice. There are two types of stretches: the static and the dynamic stretch and often what I was...

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Pain Free Ankles

One area that is rarely targeted specifically is the ankle. Whether you are an endurance athlete, roller derby athlete, or none of the above, creeping ankle pain can be prevented and reversed using proper mobility and strengthening exercises. This is a crucial area,...

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Squats & Triathlons

It’s a common thinking between triathletes and endurance athletes, that lifting weights, any barbell movements, especially barbell squats, will drastically slow you down. I’m going to debunk that myth and show you how squats, done with proper technique, can help or...

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3 Ways to Reduce Roller Derby Injuries

There is no doubt that roller derby has a high injury rate, maybe one of the highest. It is a tough sport! It is no fun sitting out during a bout or even worse a whole season, simply because an issue or injury has come up especially one that could have been avoided in...

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5 Keys to Muscle Recovery

Muscle recovery is an often-overlooked factor when it comes to training. It can be the factor that holds you back from a breakthrough or keeping you from those PR goals. The stress applied during a one-hour workout is only part of the equation in seeing gains in...

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How Strong Abs Help on the Bike

How many of you have gotten off the bike after a long ride and have this numbness and tingling in your hands and you are really not sure why but you just push through it? As triathletes, we are really bad at doing that instead of listening to our body. We just ignore...

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