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Dealing with Uphill Climbs

One thing that seems to put individuals off riding their bikes and  placing them away in their garage instead, is when dealing with uphill climbs. 372 more words

September Summary

It seems like September came and went in the blink of an eye. Wasn’t it just Labor Day? I’m not quite sure how today is the first of October, and that 2014 is 3/4 of the way over. 481 more words


How to Deflate Even the Best Designed Training Program

Last week I had an opportunity to help plan a training program for an organization with a large presence across India. I was the only training professional sitting around the table. 518 more words


Education, recruiting and the trades – a small step can make a big difference

Today we have a guest post from Candace Roulo, senior editor at Contractor magazine.

Since I have been writing for CONTRACTOR magazine, I just had my six-year anniversary in September, education and recruiting in the trades are two issues that continue to be prevalent. 803 more words

Fight Fatigue

We are now into our second week of rehearsals and I’m already hearing whispers of cast members feeling tired. Rehearsal days are long and are only going to get harder as time goes on. 994 more words

Day 4

Training – Upper Body:

  • Round 1:
    • 5×5 strict shoulder press (20kg)
    • 5×5 kettlebell swings (16kg)
  • Round 2:
    • 1×25 clean & press (30kg)
    • 1×50 lat pulldowns (43kg)
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Cerebral Palsy Centre of Excellence for the Eastern Region

Disability4Sport has been given a licence from the FA to run a Cerebral Palsy Centre of Excellence for the Eastern Region. There is only 8 in the country. 144 more words

Chelmsford CVS