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  • Shoulder & Arm Pain While Squatting: Causes and Corrections

    scienceforfitness.com | Tue, 29 May 2018 18:45:20 +0000

    Barbell training for strength using the Starting Strength method is hard work and a common occurrence that gets in the way of this hard work is shoulder and arm pain. In many cases this pain is a result of technical problems with the low-bar squat (the lift that is generally performed first in the training …

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  • Periodized Training For The Intermediate CrossFit Athlete

    scienceforfitness.com | Tue, 27 Mar 2018 17:01:00 +0000

    Every year around February the CrossFit community is abuzz with talk of the CrossFit Open. This 5-week event is the first of three stages that ultimately crowns the “fittest” men and women alive. When the Open was first introduced in 2011 it was more of a community fitness event. Everyone of all skill levels was …

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  • Maintaining Strength In CrossFit After Your Strength Cycle

    scienceforfitness.com | Tue, 20 Mar 2018 17:48:15 +0000

    A very common question I receive from athletes who have just completed a dedicated strength cycle is how they can maintain their strength gains when they go back to CrossFit. This question arises because the athlete notes correctly that peak levels of strength attained while strength training cannot be maintained when, in the case of …

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  • Returning to CrossFit After Your Strength Cycle

    scienceforfitness.com | Sun, 18 Mar 2018 21:29:40 +0000

    The following article was written by myself and Michael Wolf.   The information detailed here is for a specific group of people, namely those who have just completed an 8-week linear progression strength cycle with little to no conditioning and are planning to return to high intensity training such as CrossFit. If you are one …

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  • Client Success Story – Michael

    scienceforfitness.com | Tue, 27 Feb 2018 20:42:06 +0000

    Name: Michael Age: 36 Height: 5’9″ Michael’s Training Program Michael came to me wanting to get stronger. He had made progress in CrossFit classes, but recognized that his form was suffering due to limited flexibility and he needed regular coaching to make further progress. I spent several weeks with Michael deconstructing the main barbell lifts. …

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  • What Causes Obesity – Excess Calories or Excess Carbohydrates?

    scienceforfitness.com | Thu, 28 Dec 2017 19:33:02 +0000

    One of the the biggest (if not THE biggest) points of contention in the health and fitness industries is whether excess calories or excess carbohydrates are responsible for high levels of obesity in the United States. Calories In/Calories Out proponents: Those in this camp say a calorie is a calorie and that thermodynamics is the …

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  • CrossFit Improves Beta-Cell Function in Diabetics

    scienceforfitness.com | Tue, 28 Nov 2017 17:17:46 +0000

    In Type 2 Diabetics the insulin produced by beta-cells of the pancreas is no longer able to drive uptake of glucose into cells (insulin resistance). Beta-cells attempt to compensate for this deficiency by increasing their production of insulin. However, this upregulation is short-lived and the beta-cells will eventually fail entirely. In this situation, if an …

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  • Client Success Story – Me!

    scienceforfitness.com | Tue, 24 Oct 2017 18:28:18 +0000

    My old High School Science Research teacher Dr. Pavlica repeatedly told us budding young scientists that you can’t just talk the talk – you have to walk the walk. It certainly stuck and as I became more active in coaching and training clients, I made sure that I was pursuing my own health & fitness …

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  • Postexercise Physical Dysfunction in CrossFit® & ACSM Training

    scienceforfitness.com | Tue, 19 Sep 2017 18:57:20 +0000

    Several months ago a research study was published by Drum and others comparing CrossFit® training to an American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM)-based training session. The paper begins by discussing CrossFit as an extreme/high intensity conditioning program and notes how people have been concerned about its safety, in particular, to what extent it contributes to …

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  • Client Success Story – Reinhold

    scienceforfitness.com | Mon, 24 Jul 2017 22:15:19 +0000

    Name: Reinhold Age: 51 Height: 6’2″   Reinhold’s Training Program Having lost a fair bit of his strength during a period where he had to dial back activity as a result of bone marrow cancer, Reinhold came to me wanting to get back to where he was before the diagnosis. However, he didn’t just want …

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