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In Part I, we talked about how your intrinsic drive is probably pretty high but how different friction points that may be disrupting things for you. In Part II, we continue the discussion of what is getting in your way and how to deal with that. Friction Point: Not trusting the process The Real Issue:...
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You’re already motivated. You may not feel that way but I promise that this is a fact. It is the only real reason you’re reading this. You want to feel stronger, more physically capable, and generally just at home in your own body. You don’t need to be convinced or sold. This is fundamental human...
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Hey, can I ask you a quick question? What is the core? It’s funny—but for all talk about how important the core is, not everyone feels super clear on WHAT it actually is. I’m talking about both geography and function here. There’s a very simple reason for this lack of clarity: core is a made-up...
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Masters athletes are a special breed. It’s one thing to train and compete when you feel 10 feet tall and bulletproof (and live in your parents’ basement). It’s another thing to balance training, family, and professional obligations on top of a cranky body. You have to stay adaptable and open-minded about what will continue to...
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Let’s sweat together! Here’s our current list of small-group classes. Please note that and Hybrid Personal Training memberships include access to all small-group classes.If you need highly flexible scheduling options, please book a time to chat with us.H Monday 5:30 PM– 6:30 PM Olympic Weightlifting 101 (Vivek Padhiar) Tuesday 10:30 AM – 11:15 AM Hustle...
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A big part of our mission at Bang Fitness is to take down barriers to lifelong exercise habits that will keep you SAF (the S stands for spry) well into old age. Part of this requires filtering through all of the information online, which means there’s a whole lot to filter through. The challenge is...
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Your core has two fundamental functions: 1. Keeping your spine safe 2. Helping you perform athletically by efficiently transferring force from Point A to Point B But until you understand how to train your core effectively, you won’t be able to optimize either. Here’s a quick primer on how we categorize core training at Bang:...
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For many people, exercise is intended to feel one of two ways: Unbelievably hard (#beastmode) As minimally uncomfortable as possible (e.g. reading on the treadmill) This article isn’t about which one is good, which one is bad. They’re both terrible, obviously. Exercise is the worst. This is really a perspective on exercise through the lens...
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The fitness industry didn’t used to be like this. You used to get a restrictive meal plan or insane workout protocol. And then if you didn’t do it, it was all your fault. But somewhere around the time that fitness professionals began to take more responsibility for their clients’ outcomes, change was brewing. Behavioural change...
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I think of the potential for injury in sport or training as coming down to five fundamental things: #1. How aware are you of the risk? #2. How frequent is the risk? #3. How big is the risk? #4. How able are you to make a course correction? #5. How WILLING are you to make...
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