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Strength training makes people better. Not just stronger. Better in general. That’s something we believe… strongly. Strength training is supposed to be difficult. But perhaps not in the way you think it is. To really respect the process and to treat strength as a skill you have to deal with your weaknesses. You have to get...
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The National Post, among others, sounded the alarm yesterday after a study linked high-protein diets to the same cancer risks you might see from smoking. We’re advocates of a high-protein diet for almost all our members so we decided to break down some of the details and see if anyone needs to hit the panic button....
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We’re proud to announce that Bang Fitness has taken first place in the Gym/Fitness Club category in Now Magazine’s annual poll. We want to send out a big thank you to everyone who voted for us and who continues to support us by coming in and training hard! Here’s the Now blurb: Bang Fitness This gym is serious...
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Better maps, better movement. Did you know there’s a map housed inside your brain? Sensory motor maps create a layout of each movement pattern you know. Some of these maps are incredibly detailed and some are mere sketches. For example, take your pinky toe and wriggle it around. Try to trace out a few letters of...
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In Peter Menzel and Faith D’Aluisio’s new book, What I Eat: Around the World in 80 Diets, we get a first-hand glimpse of how (and what) different people around the world consume on a daily basis. For example, the Tibetan monk (pictured below) who, on a typical day, consumed 4,900 Calories. Documented intake for other people...
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LAST UPDATE OF THIS PRIVACY POLICY – [Feb 9, 2019] BEFORE USING OUR SITES, PLEASE READ THIS PRIVACY POLICY CAREFULLY. This Privacy Policy is applicable to Bang Fitness and sets out our policy on the gathering and use of information on this site and our other sites (collectively “Sites”). The Company is committed to providing safe...
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