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Spring Clean with the Pilates Lifestyle – Pilates Fitness Institute – Pilates Fitness Article

Spring Clean with the Pilates Lifestyle – Pilates Fitness Institute Posted by Katie Sykes In Blog Joseph Pilates said it best: “Contrology is not a fatiguing system of dull, boring, abhorred exercised repeated daily “ad-nauseam”.” When we commit to the practice of Pilates, we observe its principles translating into everyday life. Pilates is life. What is a “Pilates Lifestyle”? It’s a question that inspires a lot of beautiful responses from our Instructors and clients alike. At PFI, a Pilates-inspired life…

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How To Create A Successful Pole Competition Video Entry – Pole Dance Fitness Article

How To Create A Successful Pole Competition Video Entry 3 Have you been thinking about entering a pole competition? Wondering what it takes to make a great pole competition video entry? In today’s article I’m going to take you behind the scenes of my first competition video entry. I’ll be revealing what to do and what not to do, along with what went well and where I went wrong to help you avoid making the same mistakes! What…

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Results of Long-Term Follow-Up. Journal of Sport Rehabilitation – Physioblog by Andreas Bjerregaard – Physical Therapy Fitness Article

Results of Long-Term Follow-Up. Journal of Sport Rehabilitation – Physioblog by Andreas Bjerregaard Tyler, T. F., Schmitt, B. M., Nicholas, S. J., & McHugh, M. P. (2017). Rehabilitation After Hamstring-Strain Injury Emphasizing Eccentric Strengthening at Long Muscle Lengths: Results of Long-Term Follow-Up. Journal of Sport Rehabilitation Progressive criteria based rehabilitation protocol emphasising eccentric exercises at long hamstring muscle length is effective in reducing injury recurrence. 50 athletes who enrolled in the study, those who completed the structured strengthening programme and…

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A Look Ahead : Programming Week of 08/05 – Crossfit Fitness Article

A Look Ahead : Programming Week of 08/05 Happy Sunday!  Who’s ready for a new week ahead!?  Monday’s aren’t scary…they’re simply an opportunity to start fresh, a clean slate, a new week, lots of promise, and a chance to work on those goals!  Whether you think you can or you think you can’t, it all starts between your ears.  So start speaking positivity over your week!! Brandon and I are in the middle of moving and I need to share…

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Exercise associated collapse (EAC) – Physioblog by Andreas Bjerregaard – Physical Therapy Fitness Article

Exercise associated collapse (EAC) – Physioblog by Andreas Bjerregaard Today we had a workshop in emergencies in athletes prior to the IAAF World Athletics Championships Doha 2019 One of the topics we covered was Exercise Associated Collapse. If you are a medical staff to a marathon then distinguish exercise associated collapse during race/competition or after race/competition, and always look for signs as conscious and alert Case 1: After the race. The athlete is properly safe. Case 2: during race –…

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How To Get The Very Best From Your Pole Photoshoot – Pole Dance Fitness Article

How To Get The Very Best From Your Pole Photoshoot 0 Have you been thinking about treating yourself to a professional pole photoshoot to show off your skills in style? Whether you’ve never had a pole photoshoot before or you’d just like some tips for next time, this article is for you! If you’ve never thought about having a pole photoshoot, I would highly recommend booking one. You don’t need to be able to do anything fancy. More…

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Maximal muscle Strength – Physioblog by Andreas Bjerregaard – Physical Therapy Fitness Article

Maximal muscle Strength – Physioblog by Andreas Bjerregaard This blogpost will focus on maximal muscle Strength and the role of fiber adaptations for maximal strength. Disclosure: Muscle strength is influenced by many parameters, however we this blogpost can not over it all at once. Maximal muscle Strength is simply the maximal force develop by a muscle or a muscle group in a single maximal voluntary contraction (MVC) irrespectively of time. Maximal strength training is often characterized by a lifted load…

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Crying My Eyes Out and Letting Go of Expectations – Pilates Fitness Article

Crying My Eyes Out and Letting Go of Expectations   I nursed my last babe for the last time this weekend. And proceeded to bawl my eyes out. (Whether you are man or woman, kid mom or dog mom or earth mom, there is a lesson here for all of us! Stick with me 🙂.) Nursing my babies has been one of the absolute greatest honors and gifts of my life. But not one I ever expected. I did not…

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Making A Difference In The World – Fitness Article

Making A Difference In The World I work on a daily basis with people who know that they want to transform themselves physically and mentally. As human beings, we all have an innate sense that to be truly happy in life, we need to start that journey with a sense of worth in our own bodies and accomplishments. I’ve seen thousands of people take that first small step and then go on to become healthy and successful. The funny thing…

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