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Growth Mindset: Mental Strength For Increased Performance

Negative Views

Ever see the details of a workout and become disappointed when you realize there is a movement you struggle with or a time domain that isn’t in your wheelhouse? 421 more words



Brilliant Friends!

Big changes come from small efforts over time. I’m finding that regular movement is very important.

What do I mean by movement? Mostly walking or pacing, sometimes jogging, and every once in a while  237 more words


Why Strength Training is Essential for Weight Loss

By Kyle McFarland
Photos by Austin Tucker

Walk in to a gym on any given day, and I promise you will see at least one poor soul trudging along on some form of cardio equipment in a dire attempt to lose weight. 544 more words


Day 37 — Whole Life Challenge Begins

I am so glad that I started adding in Whole Life Challenge tasks weeks ago. I can’t imagine how I would have gotten through today if I had to start all of the tasks cold turkey. 364 more words

Daily Journal

Common Sports Injuries And Working To Prevent Them: Gymnastics


This blog is the first post in a multi-series blog on sports most common injuries and how we can avoid and even prevent them. Today’s focus is on gymnastics. 690 more words


What is Crossfit?

If you go on crossfit.com or see quotes from Greg Glassman (the founder of crossfit) you may see that it is ”constantly varied, high intensity, functional movement” 596 more words


Population-Specific Norms: Common Clinical Movement Screens & Military Recruitment

Research Paper Title

The Interrelationship of Common Clinical Movement Screens: Establishing Population-Specific Norms in a Large Cohort of Military Applicants.


Musculoskeletal injuries (MSK-Is) are a leading cause of missed duty time and morbidity in the military. 353 more words

Military Medical