Author Archives: Andrew Goring, CSCS

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

by Deborah Jeffery, RDN, LD Statistics show that approximately 1 in 8 women will develop breast cancer at some time in her life, and worldwide, breast cancer is the most frequently diagnosed cancer in women. While some risk factors are … Continue reading

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Exercise Outdoors to Increase Exercise Adherence

A recent article in the New York Times cited a new study out of Austria that examined the effect of exercise on your mood when exercising in different settings. Generally speaking, many people who do workout consistently do not necessarily … Continue reading

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Five Common Strength Training Mistakes to Avoid

Strength training is a critical component in any fitness regimen for both men and women, and will help aid in weight loss, improve body composition, and promote bone health, energy balance and disease management/prevention. Whether you are already following a … Continue reading

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“The Sandy 7” Beach Workout

The summer has finally arrived and many of us head down to our favorite beach town for a getaway weekend or lengthy family vacation.  The problem is we often leave our fitness programs behind at home when we need them … Continue reading

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Common Muscular Imbalances and Corrective Strategies to Implement

Are muscular imbalances causing your lower back or neck pain, or leading to a potential injury? These imbalances are not just limited to athletes and can be due to a number of factors such as lack of joint mobility or … Continue reading

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The Need to Breathe… The Right Way

by: Katia Silva, CSCS Who would have thought that there are “proper” breathing techniques? Some really smart people! Breathing is one of the most natural mindless things humans do.  Over time, our natural habits that we are born with change; … Continue reading

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You run, but do you actually train your legs?

by: Katia Silva, CSCS The cardio-protective effects of endurance training (i.e. running, cycling, swimming, etc.) on overall health is unquestionable. The American College of Sports Medicine has laid out the association between active individuals and health outcomes. Factors such as … Continue reading

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