2 Weeks of Unlimited Training


How to Harness the Power of the TRUE Stretch

By Michael Hughes Do you ever have days where you wish someone would grab your head and feet and give your body a good stretch? As we go through our days, no matter our occupations, the cumulative compression of gravity and ground reaction force take their toll on our bodies. This daily compression affects our

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Sweat It Out- Beating Stress through Exercise

by: Kaleena Ruskin A recent survey of 2,500 adults by NPR, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Harvard School of Public Health found that 49% of people had a major stressful event occur within the year. Majority of stresses came from their financial situation, work problems, too many responsibilities overall, and poor health. While

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Conventional Training in an Unconventional World: Why 3D Training in Sports Matter

By Kaleena Ruskin With all these World Cup games going on, it’s easy to see why soccer players are some of the world’s most elite athletes. They walk, run, sprint, and jump forwards, backwards, upwards, and laterally. It’s 90 minutes of extreme physical demands-which explains those fantastic physiques! As a local soccer coach, I know

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Injury Prevention Requires a Mental Shift in Gym Goers

by Michael Hughes It has been a growing concern of mine, as a gym owner and coach, that rehabilitation and restoration is undervalued by the average American gym goer. In San Luis Obispo most of our gym goers are white collar workers, inactive most hours in the day, who come into the gym, expecting a

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How to Train for a More Balanced Golf Swing

By Michael Hughes One of my joys in coaching is being able to take truths of Applied Functional Science and see them in action while playing a sport. Since our February Gymnazo Golf Tournament, my wife and I have been working on our golf game. As a beginner, she often asks me questions about her

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