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Dyslexia Talk in Bellingham, Washington

Friday, October 24th, 2014

Learning "disabilities" involve the neurological trade-offs of being placed in an environment opposite of your neurological advantages. Come here my open-to-the-public, family-friendly, child-advocating discussion on learning abilities TONIGHT at Bellingham High School! - Parents and non-dyslexic siblings get an experience of learning delay when facing language difficulties, ...

Don’t Stretch Tightness - Shave Tension

Friday, October 24th, 2014

Lower back seized though uninjured? Prior injury, though healed, can echo reactive patterns across connective tissue (for even dormant decades) so when it feels strained again, your fascia intelligently tightens to create a protective splint around the area. We often confuse this with something our body ...

Clubbell Yoga hits SHAPE Magazine (November 2014 issue)

Friday, October 24th, 2014

Are you ready for a strong, functional, agile Shape? It's here. Summer Huntington, once a student, has become the teacher. Clubbell Yoga has EXPLODED worldwide, now featured in the November issue of SHAPE Magazine. She continues to be one of the most driven yet grounded, hard ...

You’re as Old as Your Handshake!

Thursday, October 23rd, 2014

You're as Young As Your Handshake! How firmly do you shake hands?  Regardless of the many countries I've visited, a firm handshake is considered a sign of self-confidence. Your handshake may be more of an anthropologically significant communication of your health, as research clearly shows your grip is also an ...

The Dangers of Static Stretching

Tuesday, October 21st, 2014

  The Dangers of Static Stretching Soviet scientist and physician Alexander Bogomoletz wisely said: "Man is as old as his connective tissues: " If you rely on tissue elasticity for flexibility, you'll lose it. You must master the regulation of selective tension in order to gain dynamic strength. Tendons do not need ...

Access An Untapped 50% Of Your Muscles!

Tuesday, October 21st, 2014

  Most people hear moderate intensity exercise is critical, but only walk, spin or jog several days per week. This actually only involves low intensity exercise using slow twitch muscle fibers. But there are three types of muscle fibers: slow twitch, fast twitch and super fast twitch; the two fast twitch ...

How to Carry Your Strength Through its FULL Range!

Tuesday, October 21st, 2014

 Forward pressure develops the front chains of muscles. An exercise carries over strength 15 degrees beyond its action, so today's workout covers all of the angles of front press: overhead pullover, incline, straight and decline. Including squatting down, squatted, squatting up, and hip extended, covers all angles of connecting upper ...

10 Strategies to Recover from Excessive Stress

Monday, October 20th, 2014

    What are the 10 Strategies for using exercise as a way to prepare for and recover from excessive stress? Before we can understand these strategies, we must begin with a shift in our perspective of how we function and why we exercise and eat. The obsolete idea of your meals and ...

Boost your Human Growth Hormone by 771% in LESS THAN 30 minutes

Sunday, October 19th, 2014

Explosive complexes like the Gable-Grip Suplex can boost your human growth hormone by 771% in less than 30 minutes. After age 30, you begin "somatopause" where HGH levels plateau and then drop dramatically; unless you integrate TACFIT type training intensity. The longer you maintain HGH release, the longer you keep ...

TACFIT Quad Press: The 4 Wheel Pushup

Saturday, October 18th, 2014

The TACFIT Quad Press is to the Push Press as the Pushup is to the Military Press. The goal of the Quad Press differs from that of the pushup, in that the load in the Quad Press is recruit the lower body and to store potential (elastic) power and then ...