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Brock Armstrong
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Doing what I can for the people.
Doing what I can for the people.

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To achieve our total fitness goals, we often need to focus on our weakest parts rather than our strongest.
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If you have been following me and reading my posts for a while now, you will know that I am a fan of building functional strength first and then muscle mass second. So with that in mind, here are six exercises that will help you build a functionally strong and toned back.
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If you can see the smoke from wildfires when you look out your window, is it safe to exercise outdoors? Is it any safer to exercise indoors?
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When it comes to building strong and defined muscles, the view from behind is not all about the glutes.
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By rethinking a few of our running habits we can maximize running’s benefits and minimize its shortcomings. hs.com/health-fitness/exercise/10-tips-to-supercharge-your-running-routine
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This routine can allow you to release the stress of the day, relax, and prepare your body and mind for a good night’s sleep.
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Many of us grew up being told that we should warm up before we exercise by holding a pose to loosen us up, make us move better, and make us injury-proof. While it is true that we should definitely warm up before exercise, holding a static stretch is definitely not the way to go about it.
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A reader named Megan wrote to me on Facebook and asked: "Is the rule of not working out the same muscle groups on consecutive days set in stone? Or does it all depend on intensity?" The answer is both yes and no. Confused? I bet. So, let's take a closer look.
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Sprains and strains are common injuries among avid movers. They share similar signs and symptoms, but the difference comes down to ligaments vs. tendons.
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Creatine is a naturally occurring amino acid found in the muscle tissue of red meat and seafood. But it is best known in fitness communities as the supplement used to rapidly regenerate energy in muscles during intense activities such as sprinting and weightlifting.
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