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6 Ways to Get Stronger Now!

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Whether you merely want to move more efficiently and perform your daily tasks with ease, or you aim to lift more to build more muscle, get faster, improve your WOD benchmark, increase your lifting capacity or improve your one rep max, here are 6 tips to help you increase your strength right now. 1. Warm up properly We’re all strapped for ...

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Assault AirRunner

The premier running machine that packs an intense workout into a small package Whether you’re looking for a high-intensity interval training (HIIT) run or simply want a great addition to your WOD to shake up your normal routine, the Assault AirRunner is the latest evolution in cardio equipment, from the team that brought you the Assault AirBike. The name says ...

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The Squat Injury Threat

How real is the threat of injury when getting under a loaded bar? Barbell back squats form the cornerstone of a multitude of strength routines, and with good reason. It is seen as one of the best exercises to develop strength and power, improve mobility and flexibility, and it builds slabs of muscle as it incorporates over 200 muscles in ...

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Break Through Your Fat Loss Plateau

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Feel like you’ve hit a plateau? Even if you’re currently doing a combination of weight training and high-intensity interval cardio, has your progress slowed down? You eat clean, you’ve cut out sugar – you’re doing everything you needed to get ripped, but why isn’t it working?  Most weight loss plateaus are as a result of your dietary choices. Consider these general recommendations that ...

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Power Up Your Training with Pre-Workout Supplements

Primed for performance. Wondering what you can do to boost strength and increase the intensity of your gym sessions? Pre-workout supplements are specifically formulated to give you a boost before a workout. The right product with the right combination of ingredients both increases energy and boosts strength. For example, nitric oxide, a common ingredient in pre-workouts, naturally dilates blood vessels, allowing ...

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