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Climbing Rope

October 19, 2017

Climbing Rope In functional fitness competitions, there are typically two types of rope climbing: with or without the aid of your legs. This article will address both styles of rope climbing and provide some guidance for training both. The Clamp…

Core Stability (IAP)

October 17, 2017

Core Stability Conundrum by Dr. Cameron Khavari, D.C., M.U.A.C. Intra-Abdominal Pressure (IAP) In my chiropractic practice, a lot of athletes come in saying that their programs include core work or core stability training. The issue, however, is that core stability…

More Fun with Sleds

October 13, 2017

  More Fun with Sleds Some sports (and professions) require athletes to switch quickly between strength-based and endurance-based tasks. One way to address this demand in training is to blur the lines between strength and conditioning. This can be accomplished…

The Pullover

October 3, 2017

The “Upper-Body Squat” The Pullover was the first machine that Arthur Jones built of what would become fitness giant “Nautilus Inc” (he sold the first one in 1970). He claimed that up until the point, it was impossible to isolate…

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