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Brice Remaley Houston Personal Trainer
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Natalie Maisel guides Brice through and excellent 30 minute yoga sequence specifically designed to open up the tight hamstrings and hips typically found in runners.

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Stay tuned for info on Intermittent Fasting and more nutrition tips including making Bulletproof Coffee with MCT oil and butter made from grass fed cattle. 
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Looking for an exercise to make your back and rear delts on fire? Then try these I-Y-T's with your TRX trainer

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Lift, written this year by David Kunitz, explains how CrossFit has shifted the focus of the fitness industry, for some, to more functional fitness. By that, he means training to move better rather than simply to look better. 
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Check out this video on YouTube: selecting a juicer to make green juice. Omega vs. Breville Juice Fountain
https://youtu.be/xXIHKf7gI4c

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Last weekend I had the opportunity to take my second RKC Russian Kettlebell Certification. While it's always great to brush up on kettlebell form, the instructor, Max Shank, spends considerable time on flexibility, mobility and programming. I first met Max three years ago, at an RKC Level One Cert at CrossFit West Houston. I was less than a year post op from rotator cuff surgery on both shoulders. While I was unable to perform many of the movements we learned, it wasn't until months later that I began to realize how much of an impact Max had made on my business and how I worked out . I made mobility a priority and incorporated more active stretching into my strength circuits. The workouts that I made for clients as well as myself had more of a purpose and everyone's results improved as there was a shift toward training movements rather than muscle groups.
Now, my workouts are more streamlined, taking less time but demanding greater intensity. My motivation has shifted from how I want to look to how I want to feel and perform. That's functional training.
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