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» Penrose Diner (Philadelphia) FueledByLOLZ – Running Fitness Article

While my dad was driving through, we decided to go to the Penrose Diner in Philadelphia. Despite being in Pennsylvania, it’s only about 10 minutes from my house. If you fly into the Philadelphia airport, it’s right there. Atmosphere: AThe parking lot of the Penrose Diner is small. It can be hard to find a parking spot. Even if every spot is taken, the diner is massive, so there are probably seats inside. The inside has plenty of booths, tables,…

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The Benefits of Cold Exposure – Calisthenics Fitness Article

The Benefits of Cold Exposure Every time I take a shower, I go through a little battle inside my head. Allow me to explain… Several months back, I read Wim Hof’s The Way of The Iceman, and it inspired me to experiment with cold exposure training. In the book, Hof suggests ending every shower by turning the dial all the way to the cold side, then staying under the frigid water for as long as possible. The first time I…

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To My Pole Princess Family, I Thank You – Pole Dance Fitness Article

To My Pole Princess Family, I Thank You Dear Pole Princess Family, To everyone that helped me create this dream – all the past students, employees, franchisees and contractors – this is for you. I thought a lot about recording this message as a video but every time I tried, I found myself overcome with emotional tears. Tears not of sadness, but of joy and pride and accomplishment. For I have chosen to remember only the good things about Pole…

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Everything Is A Practice – Ashtanga Yoga Fitness Article

Everything Is A Practice I found yoga when I was fresh out of college with so many assumptions about how my life was going to progress. I thought I was going to move West, get a job as a documentary film editor, and maintain a practice to stay in shape. When no jobs or cities were standing out, I decided to stay in Savannah. Meanwhile, something was starting to happen on my mat.A couple years in I signed up for Yoga…

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Pilates and Menopause: How Pilates Can Ease Menopause Symptoms – Pilates Fitness Article

Pilates and Menopause: How Pilates Can Ease Menopause Symptoms Menopause is a great but rather confusing time of life for many women. With hormone fluctuations, weight gain and a loss of bone structure and density, many women have to deal with sudden and unexpected changes, which will affect them for some time. It is no surprise that maintaining a healthy lifestyle throughout this time will help you to feel much better. Both regular exercise and a positive mindset will help…

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Top 10 Tips for New Runners – Physical Therapy Fitness Article

Top 10 Tips for New Runners  The following is a guest post written by Gillian Goerzen, a health & fitness coach in Nanaimo, BC who runs her own active site & blog over at superyou.ca. The content of this post does not necessarily reflect the views of pt Health or its employees.You can run. Really, you can!When you’re first starting I know it can feel overwhelming. If you go to Google there is so much information, and it’s easy to get stuck…

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Zoel Jones – Athlete of the Month of March – Primary Crossfit & Yoga – Crossfit Fitness Article

Zoel Jones – Athlete of the Month of March – Primary Crossfit & Yoga How/when did you get involved in CrossFit? I started CrossFit in October 2018. It was on my mind for at least a year before that, but I kept putting it off. I had every excuse in the book: not enough time, too expensive, too far away, etc. But there was only one real excuse – I was scared that I was too out of shape to…

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Flying High – Running Fitness Article

Hello from 30,000 ft in the air!I’m on my way to Brooks HQ for our annual Brooks Run Happy Ambassador trip! (#sponsoredtravel) This my 7th year working with Brooks and it’s been a honor from day 1. This year’s theme is extra special as we’ll be cheering on the athletes at the Special Olympics USA Games in Seattle. I will be sure to post a full-report on the flight back.Since I have a 5+ hour flight ahead of me, I…

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Best Recumbent Bike for the Elderly and Seniors [Buyers Guide] – Calisthenics Fitness Article

Best Recumbent Bike for the Elderly and Seniors [Buyers Guide] While we tend to refer to people over the age of 65 as senior citizens or the elderly, the reality is that difficulties with mobility can begin quite a few years’ earlier. When overweight or obese, this causes all sorts of related diseases when carrying excess weight for too long. As the years add up, problems with movement in your 50s can worsen into the 60s and beyond. For this reason, it’s always best…

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Studio 3sixT » Play Time by Virginia – Pole Dance Fitness Article

Studio 3sixT » Play Time by Virginia January 28, 2014 I have a confession to make…I can’t do a Handspring…I just can’t…yet. And you know, I’ve been playing on the pole for over 6 years now and teaching for 4. As pole, the sport and our dance obsession becomes more popular I know that you might have noticed more and more pictures on social media sites, more news and story coverage, just more attention in general being given to what…

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Holistic Health – Social Health — MPY – Ashtanga Yoga Fitness Article

Holistic Health – Social Health — MPY Let’s chat about some more holistic health.Next up – Social Health Before I was a mom I loved having alone time and working for myself. And don’t get me wrong I still love both of those things but now as a mom I CRAVE social time more than anything. Maybe it’s because I spend the majority of my day changing diapers, feeding, and playing with my girl (all things that I love – maybe not…

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Phone-Free Days in Haight Ashbury – Pilates Fitness Article

Phone-Free Days in Haight Ashbury It’s the digital addiction that’s becoming harder and harder to kick: screen time. Whether you’re spending hours in front of a computer for work, or finding yourself on an endless scroll, we’re all looking for ways to limit our screen time. If you’re lucky enough to live in a neighborhood like Haight Ashbury, there are plenty of healthy distractions to make it easier to unplug and enjoy the world around you. We dare you to…

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Patient engagement tech to invest in. – Physical Therapy Fitness Article

Patient engagement tech to invest in. Blog This week in the news, we look at a report from the MGMA that identifies the top six patient engagement technologies that improve clinic operations, updates coming to ACA exchange plans that will improve the quality of care and a look at how data can enhance the patient experience. We hope you enjoy! 6 patient engagement technologies that improve clinic operations, Patient Engagement HIT, August 22, 2019 Looking for ways to improve clinic…

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August 26, 2019 – Strength and Conditioning – Crossfit Fitness Article

August 26, 2019 – Strength and Conditioning This is a TT > Go HAM!!! A. Run 1 km For Time:– Run 1 km Be sure to record you time B. For Time: Snatches, Ring Rows, Pull-Ups, and more For Time:– 10 Snatches @ 43/30 kg– 28 Ring Rows– 10 Snatches @ 43/30 kg– 21 Pull-Ups– 10 Snatches @ 43/30 kg– 15 Chest-to-Bar Pull-Ups– 10 Snatches @ 43/30 kg– 9 Burpee Pull-UpsTime Cap: 20 minutes *Snatch > Performance -52/35kg *Ring rows…

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YAY Summer!! [May Recap] – Crazy Running Girl – Running Fitness Article

One of the things I love most about living in Minnesota is that people LOVE each and every season so much when it first changes. Of course, after a few weeks of [insert weather condition], we all start complaining and wishing for a different season, but for those first few weeks — especially at the start of summer — everyone is outside, enjoying the sun and celebrating that it’s finally warm! I am saying that it’s YAY summer because May…

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The Very Best Of Pole Dance & Fitness – Pole Dance Fitness Article

The Very Best Of Pole Dance & Fitness 2 I read a lot every month, from pole to general fitness, healthy eating and nutritional information. I come across things around the web from time to time that I think you guys will be able to take helpful advice and information from. Whenever I see something I think you’ll benefit from, I save it right into my Evernote. Once a month I’ll put together a roundup of my favourites…

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Why develop a Daily Yoga Practice – Ashtanga Yoga Fitness Article

Why develop a Daily Yoga Practice  Welcome to February 2017.  When 2017 came in many of us set goals, some of mine is to eat out less, save money, get out of debt, and a few others that are meaningful to me.  Goals create a target to aim for, these are much different than purpose; where as purpose means to live by faith. Each of us may have a different point of view on faith; for me it is trusting…

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Scoliosis – How Pilates Helped Me, by our Guest Blogger: Georgia Katsabanis – Pilates Fitness Article

Scoliosis – How Pilates Helped Me, by our Guest Blogger: Georgia Katsabanis Where It All Began I will never forget the day when I discovered an imbalance in my postural alignment that would significantly change my life. I was 14 at the time, out shopping with my mother for a dress to wear to my elementary school graduation. Excited to model the first dress I put on, I exited the change room in high spirits and looked at myself in…

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You Hurt Because You Are Fat – Physical Therapy Fitness Article

You Hurt Because You Are Fat That feeling hit me like a brick.  That feeling I get when I’m asked to help a patient in the emergency department for constant unrelenting back pain and do a proper chart review only to find words like obesity, drug seeking behavior, chronic pain, moderate to severe central canal stenosis with neurogenic claudication, weakness, and neurosurgery consult.  Yes, that feeling.  I got hit with that brick recently.  To top it off there was a…

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Programming 20/05/19- 25/05/19 – Crossfit Fitness Article

Programming 20/05/19- 25/05/19 MONDAY 20-05-2019 A: Back Squat (5 x 5 @ 70% +) WODMetcon (AMRAP – Reps) 3 Rounds 1 min on 30s offRowBikeBurpee Bar Touch TUESDAY 21-05-2019 A: Bent Over Row (4 x 10 each arm ) B: Pull-ups (4 x 5-10) C: Push-ups (4 x 5-10) C1: Strict HSPU’s (4 x 5-10) D: Kip Swing (4 x 5-10) WODMetcon (Time) 4 Rounds for Time – 12 min cap “200m Run8 Pull Ups12 Russian KB Swings @ 24/32kg…

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Can CBD Oil Help Me Have a More Satisfying Run? – Running Fitness Article

Description: As one of the newest high-profile supplements on the market, CBD oil has interested many people. Can it help you get more out of your runs? CBD is quickly becoming one of the most sought-after supplements in the athletic world. With more and more athletes using CBD to make their exercise routines more comfortable and less painful, you may be wondering whether it’s worth it to start using CBD for your own exercise. Especially as a runner, you’re probably…

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3 Steps out of depression back in to ACTION. – Calisthenics Fitness Article

3 Steps out of depression back in to ACTION. This is something you are probably unaware of due to the happy and positive posts I create from the incredible world I live in and am blessed to experience. I suffer from depression. More than I can explain.I’ve been fully aware of it since 2010 and so what’s needed, when it’s needed to keep my world in forward motion. Even if it slows right down, I refuse to let it come to a…

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Welcome to the International Pole Convention : – Pole Dance Fitness Article

Welcome to the International Pole Convention : Life is undoubtedly cool! We have many plans, many happy moments, creative ideas for the future. But the negative side of this life will exist anyway no matter how hard we try. There will always be duties, problems, not ideal relationships, illnesses and disasters in this world. Sometimes we cannot do anything with it, we can only distract and hide into some hobby, for example pole dance.Because when you dance your boss is…

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Why This POse? Dead Bug Exercise — STUDIO B POWER YOGA – Ashtanga Yoga Fitness Article

Why This POse? Dead Bug Exercise — STUDIO B POWER YOGA Welcome to or first edition of Why This Pose where we take a deeper look at the weird stuff we do in yoga.Today we are talking about the Dead Bug. If you’ve taken a class with me lately, you’ve definitely experienced this exercise. Introduced to me by the fellas over at Strength Faction, this exercise has quickly become my favorite core exercise for my clients and myself.what are the Benefits…

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Pilates kept me in exceptionally good shape my entire life. – Pilates Fitness Article

Pilates kept me in exceptionally good shape my entire life. I am thrilled to feature Wanda Bouvier. She is a Pilates professional for more then 45 years plus. She is a true Pilates advocate; currently 67 years of age. Her Pilates career began at the premiere West Coast Pilates studio in Beverly Hills, where she was trained by Ron Fletcher, who was taught at the original Pilates studio in New York by Joseph Pilates. In 1971 he trained her, Wanda Bouvier, and…

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Developing Relationships with Physicians – Mike Reinold – Physical Therapy Fitness Article

Developing Relationships with Physicians – Mike Reinold 90shares 22 25 22 12 8 0 1 0 On this episode of the #AskMikeReinold show we talk about some ways you can develop better relationships with physicians. This isn’t going to just help get you more referrals, it’s also going to help with your patient outcomes. To view more episodes, subscribe, and ask your questions, go to mikereinold.com/askmikereinold.#AskMikeReinold Episode 171: Developing Relationships with PhysiciansListen and Subscribe to PodcastYou can use the player…

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2019 Box Detox! – Crossfit Fitness Article

2019 Box Detox! We all indulged over the holidays and probably had a few more sweets than usual.Join the 7220 community in our annual30 Day Sugar/Alcohol Detoxfrom January 4th – February 2nd(detox will be over before Superbowl Sunday!)Although we believe in enjoying a treat now and then, sometimes we need to "reset" our system and cleanse our body of the sugar we’ve been overloading it with. They say sugar could be even more addictive than cocaine. Weight-loss expert Dr Sally…

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The Donkey with the Heart of a Hero – Running Fitness Article

Disclaimer: I received a prerelease copy of Running with Sherman from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for my unbiased review. The book is due to be released on October 15. This post contains affiliate links. Why on earth would I want to read a book about a guy who adopts a mangy, depressed donkey and decides he wants to run the World Burro Championships with him? Because it’s Christopher McDougall, author of Born to Run. Born to Run is…

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Why we need more awareness in our lives! – Calisthenics Fitness Article

Why we need more awareness in our lives!   With the small amount of life experience I have compiled over the last years, I have seen the importance of the ability to have both internal and external awareness. My time in the Royal Marines and as a Firefighter showed me that a lack of external awareness could result in injury or potentially death. In the world we now live in it is very easy to become ‘comfortable’ and to see everything as peaceful and safe.…

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Community question – for teachers (or studio owners), what is your opinion about training (having your teachers train) at other pole studios in your metro area? : poledancing – Pole Dance Fitness Article

Community question – for teachers (or studio owners), what is your opinion about training (having your teachers train) at other pole studios in your metro area? : poledancing I’m throwing this out there to get feelers from both the teachers and the owners communities. Its a topic that comes up here locally, and i’d like to be prepared to expand on this discussion with thoughts from you guys. Here’s some pros and cons off the top of my head to…

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