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Monday Motivation

I woke up today with zero desire to exercise. I hadn’t slept well, it was 5:45AM, and I just wanted to go back to sleep. Part of me said – “Go back to sleep. 318 more words


Tips for Avoiding Injury

As I mentioned in yesterday’s blog, I hurt my shoulder re-racking my front squat. I saw my very knowledgeable chiropractor who said I most likely have a micro tear in my sub scapular (a small tear in part of my shoulder/rotator cuff). 599 more words

Blog Life

The Heaviest Lift is Your Brain

Your brain is the heaviest weight you will pick up in a WOD. If you enter a it believing you can’t do a movement or complete the rep scheme, you will always be right. 880 more words

Grind It Out

Why You Should Run the 0.1 or 0.2

“You don’t have to go the extra mile, only part of it”

I’m fresh off pacing my very first 10k event, part of the annual Minneapolis Get in Gear race series. 628 more words


Meet the PT - Nyma Peracha

About yourself:

Nyma Peracha

Describe yourself in 3 words
Extrovert, Positive and Motivated

Fun fact about you
I am obsessed with Googling things

How did you get into health and fitness? 789 more words


The Pura Post Workout Food Guide

Replenishing your body after a workout is essential for reaching your fitness goals and ensuring you have enough energy to last throughout the day.

During exercise, the body taps into the fuel stored in muscles known as glycogen for its energy source. 430 more words


TIP #2 for Success in the Gym: Nutrition is Key

Kick Start your Metabolism

Start up your metabolism first thing in the morning when you wake up- eat a hearty breakfast! I always like to do a protein and a carb for energy- always gotta have my 1-2 eggs, usually with either an English muffin, grits, or quick whole oats (oats being the healthiest choice since they’re unprocessed). 319 more words