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Paul discusses some of the key programming aspects to our first workout in the Level 1 biomechanics and strength training program.

#BeginnerExercises #BeginnerWarmUpExercise #Newsletter #WarmUp #Warmup
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Paul discusses some of the key programming aspects to our first workout in the Level 1 biomechanics and strength training program.

#BeginnerExercises #BeginnerWarmUpExercise #Newsletter #WarmUp #Warmup
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Looking to Hire the Best Trainer in your area? Download Sand & Steel’s free eBook on what questions to ask your next personal trainer.

#FitnessCoach #HirePersonalTrainer #Newsletter #PersonalTrainer #PersonalTraining #WeightLossCoach
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Looking to Hire the Best Trainer in your area? Download Sand & Steel’s free eBook on what questions to ask your next personal trainer.

#FitnessCoach #HirePersonalTrainer #Newsletter #PersonalTrainer #PersonalTraining #WeightLossCoach
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Looking for a basic guide on body building? There are lots of books to choose from. Here’s Paul’s review on Nick Evan’s Bodybuilding Anatomy 2nd Edition.

#Bodybuilding #BodybuildingAnatomy #BookReview #Gainz #Hypertrophy #Muscle #Newsletter #Strength
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Looking for a basic guide on body building? There are lots of books to choose from. Here’s Paul’s review on Nick Evan’s Bodybuilding Anatomy 2nd Edition.

#Bodybuilding #BodybuildingAnatomy #BookReview #Gainz #Hypertrophy #Muscle #Newsletter #Strength
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The Iliotibial Band (IT Band) is a fibrous tendon responsible for holding your quad and tibia stable when running. You need to reduce your inflammation and offload the source of extra stress being put onto your IT Band.  Often a very tight TFL can cause this problem.  A tight TFL can be caused by … underactive glutes.

#Glutes #IliotibialBand #ItBand #RunnerSKnee #TFL
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The Iliotibial Band (IT Band) is a fibrous tendon responsible for holding your quad and tibia stable when running. You need to reduce your inflammation and offload the source of extra stress being put onto your IT Band.  Often a very tight TFL can cause this problem.  A tight TFL can be caused by … underactive glutes.

#Glutes #IliotibialBand #ItBand #RunnerSKnee #TFL
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The Iliotibial Band (IT Band) is a fibrous tendon responsible for holding your quad and tibia stable when running. You need to reduce your inflammation and offload the source of extra stress being put onto your IT Band.  Often a very tight TFL can cause this problem.  A tight TFL can be caused by … underactive glutes.

#Glutes #IliotibialBand #ItBand #RunnerSKnee #TFL
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The Iliotibial Band (IT Band) is a fibrous tendon responsible for holding your quad and tibia stable when running. You need to reduce your inflammation and offload the source of extra stress being put onto your IT Band.  Often a very tight TFL can cause this problem.  A tight TFL can be caused by … underactive glutes.

#Glutes #IliotibialBand #ItBand #RunnerSKnee #TFL
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