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examples of lunges

The Lunge

Posted On Jul 9, 2013 By Chad Martin

The history of the lunge can be dated back to the eighteenth century, during the fencing era, or even further back to martial arts training in Asia. Many martial arts forms incorporate the lunge in their movements, especially power moves.... Read More
Woman Stretching

Make Small Changes for BIG Results

Posted On Jul 3, 2013 By Tim Arndt, Resistance Training Specialist

You've heard the saying: The only way to eat an elephant is one bite at a time. Well, the same goes for getting in shape. Imagine trying to swallow an elephant whole. It’s kind of a scary thought really.  Same goes... Read More
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Exercise Myths

Posted On Jul 3, 2013 By Jay Blahnik

Will drinking water flush fat from your body?  Does Pilates give you flat abs?  Will sweating in the sauna help you lose weight?  Is running bad for your knees and back? With a little perusing on the internet, you will... Read More