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Core Exercises For Runners

Posted On February 16th, 2017

‘I don’t stop when I’m tired, I stop when I’m done’ is the attitude every runner should possess. Each man has a dream to be Usain Bolt. Always remember, the feeling which you get from a good run is far better than the feeling you get from just sitting around thinking and wishing you were […]

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Gopher Performance Nucleus Omnibell | Hybrid Kettlebell & Dummbell

Posted On January 29th, 2017

The Nucleus Omnibell by Gopher Performance If you were to take a novice fitness person and ask them to pick up a 15lb kettlebell or a dumbbell and then press it over their head, curl it, row it, etc.,  which one do you think they could do with ease? I would be more than confident […]

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Exercise the Entire Body | Strong Legs & Core

Posted On December 4th, 2016

When a person starts working out, especially when they are young, they just want to exercise their specific body parts. This is typical, especially with males who just want to do their chest and women who just want to work their legs and triceps. It is great that they are exercising, but it does not […]

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What is Muscular Soreness | How Long will it Last?

Posted On November 27th, 2016

I have often other blog posts on delayed onset muscular soreness or DOMS and what that is. We have all been sore, but there are times when you start getting sore or stiff not that many hours after an exercise. A perfect example is if you love to run on the treadmill or other cardio […]

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How Exercise Equipment is Placed | Working Harder in the Gym

Posted On October 19th, 2016

There was in an interesting article that was posted in the Wall Street Journal (link to online article) about the placement of cardio exercise equipment and how people determine which pieces of equipment we will use, and how hard we will exercise (intensity).  You would think that if you placed fitness equipment facing the windows so we can see […]

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Weighing in on BMI | Is it a good measurement for athletes

Posted On October 3rd, 2016

BMI, which stands for Body Mass Index is a very popular metric used by the medical community and the Insurance Industry. I just read a very good baseball article on a study that looked at baseball players over a 100 years and noticed something amazing that happened in the 1990’s. The BMI of baseball players […]

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Weight Lifting is the Fountain of Youth

Posted On August 21st, 2016

What are some positive aspects of weight lifting? If you were to even look back into the early 1990’s, weightlifting was still a male dominated hobby. It wasn’t until the medical community really started to let individuals know what the significance it has on helping maintain bone density, especially with osteoporosis and osteopenia sufferers. This […]

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Getting Sick from Over Training | Recover Days Are a Must

Posted On July 20th, 2016

Can you get sick from training too much, or not paying attention to the signs that your body needs to rest? Yes, you can! We even see it sometimes in the studio when our Portland personal training clients are training extremely hard for big race or event and they are under the wire in regards […]

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Drinking Water | Exercising in the Heat | Portland Personal Trainer

Posted On June 6th, 2016

It is hot right now in Portland, Oregon and a lot of homes, apartments and even fitness facilities may not have air conditioning or just good ventilation. Yes, our Portland personal trainer studio has three air conditioners and three amazing Dyson fans, but we are also a premium brand for personal training in Portland. Which […]

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Portland Personal Trainer | Breathing Technique | Lifting Weights

Posted On March 30th, 2016

If you are working with a health, fitness or Portland personal trainer, ask them about this topic! It is super important to make sure that you have this basic component down before moving on to more advanced moves! When it comes to resistance training, one of the most important components that an individual needs to […]

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