Climbing Rope

Climbing Rope

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…

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Core Stability (IAP)

Core Stability (IAP)

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…

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More Fun With Sleds

More Fun with Sleds

  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…

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The Pullover

The Pullover

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…

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