Category: Strength

eating disorder

Shedding Some Light On Eating Disorders

Champion female boxer Mia St. John, German Olympic rower Bahne Rabe, and American gymnast champion Cathy Rigby. What do they all have in common besides being incredible athletes? All three of them suffered exercise and eating disorders during their careers. Last week was National Eating Disorders Awareness Week and so I felt like it would […]

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Stay Motivated During a Workout

So beads of sweat have already started to form on your forehead and your cheeks are flushed. You look down at your watch… and seriously…it has only been eight minutes? You have to be kidding me. It takes everything in you to not throw in the towel right then and there. We have all been […]

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Pre-Workouts and What They are All About

With fitness always evolving nutrition trends are surely to follow close behind. The most recent changes have included the use of performance enhancing supplements. In the past decade supplements have grown into a $25 billion dollar industry making it one of the fastest growing industries in the world. I started doing some more research on […]

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fall in love with boxing

5 Reasons Why You Should Fall in Love With Boxing

I have a confession, I love to punch. No, no I am not abusive or anything. But I am in love. In between jabbing and crossing and feeling the impact of my fists hitting the punching bag I came to the realization that well, I am in love with boxing. Max Kellerman, an HBO boxing […]

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Stretch Like an Athlete

There are three types of athletes Those who stretch, those who think they stretch, and those who simply don’t. So what happens if you don’t stretch, not much…right away. At first you will feel fine, you will be lifting, doing cardio, losing weight, eating less junk food, feeling like you are on top of the […]

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