Posts tagged knowledge
Organizing an Inclusive 5k

This event has allowed us to connect with local businesses, make it into local publications (and therefore making more people aware of our gym), bring our current members, friends, and prospective members together, and offer an opportunity for athletes of all ages and abilities to participate... This post will cover the ups and downs of organizing an event.

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Non-Negotiables for Facility Design

While our facility is outfitted with a lot of different equipment, this post will reveal what I consider to be the most important pieces to have to operate a high level adaptive fitness program. Before delving into the specifics, having an open floor plan where the coach is able to see all of the athletes training at once is of the utmost importance.

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Troubleshooting the Single Leg RDL

The Single Leg RDL has a handful of strength and stability benefits up and down the kinetic chain. Intrinsic muscles of the foot and major movers in the hamstrings, glutes, and abdominals work in unison to stabilize the ankle, knee, and hip. In order to reap all of the benefits from the movement, understanding the technical aspects is important.

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