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Don’t Wait For the New Year

With Christmas only four days away, most of you are really feeling the pressure. Last minute shopping trips, final touches on decorations, and expedited amazon prime shipments are just a few of the many things on your plate right now. With all the craziness, it is very easy to let your workouts fall to the […]

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Stay Motivated During the Holidays!

With the holidays rapidly approaching, many of you might already be stressing out about the craziness to come. Office parties, family get-togethers, and last minute shopping trips often means that workouts are pushed to the side and your usual diet is replaced with cookies, pies, and maybe a little eggnog (and brandy of course). Just […]

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Taylor’s Favorite Things

CHARLEY & CHARLEY GEL Ever wake up with a shooting calf cramp? Do you suffer from joint or muscle stiffness? Or do your workouts have you crawling up the stairs the next day? I personally qualify for each of these situations and I know first hand, how painful it can be. As a D1 athlete […]

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Forget the Scale

Losing weight can be the most frustrating process. It doesn’t happen overnight and there’s truly no “healthy” quick fix. When you first start a new exercise routine it can be daunting, as well as exciting. You might be super amped to hit the ground running…literally, but when results don’t happen quickly people tend to get […]

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Start NOW!

Summer is quickly approaching, which means beach, pool parties, vacations, tanning, trips to the river, and a lot less clothing. Don’t wait one more summer hiding in your oversized T to make a change. It’s never too late to start a new exercise regimen or turn your current one up a notch. Quit saying I’ll […]

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Why Pull-Ups?

  WHY PULL-UPS?   Pull-ups are a fundamental, compound movement that strengthen your upper body, grip strength, and can quickly raise your heart rate. Pull-ups can be performed in multiple variations: overhand wide grip, overhand close grip, reverse grip chin up, and as negatives (to be explained later), and the best part is…they can be […]

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