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Breaking Through the Wall

Breaking Through the Wall  by Coach Cory O’Connor Know when you go all out but hit a wall during a workout? You think “I’m not going to be able to finish this” but then you keep pressing. You find a way to finish strong and feel like you’ve accomplish something great. A couple minutes after the workout… Continue Reading

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Playing the Long Con

“Long term consistency trumps short term intensity.” With summer officially here and the mad scramble for that elusive beach body well under way, it’s important to remember that success is built over the long term. This mantra applies to pretty much all aspects of fitness. Just like a 10 day juice cleanse isn’t going to really help… Continue Reading

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Identifying Common Wrestling Injuries and Training Ideas to Reduce Those Risks

Identifying Common Wrestling Injuries and Training Ideas to Reduce Those Risks by Coach Alex Nigro Wrestling is known as one of the oldest sports in human history. Why has it stood the test of time? Because there is nothing more instinctive than 2 opponents trying to best the other. While the sport has come a… Continue Reading

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Know Your Why

Know the Why  by Coach Aaron Patterson How many times have you been asked, “What’s your ‘Why?’” It’s a question tossed around in gyms and by motivational speakers, and it is a great one. Why are you at the gym? What motivates you to keep going even when you don’t feel the greatest or feel… Continue Reading

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Mutant Bunnies and How They Affect Your Fitness

Compete with yourself and get better results. Pushing yourself to be better at the gym is hard to do. You need to focus on being the best you can be…but you want to know what makes it near impossible to be successful? I see it every day in the PIT, over and over…

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Bettering Your Athletes: The Off-Season

High school athletes are asked to do far more of less than ever before. What do I mean? I mean the idea of committing to one sport has only become more prevalent. When athletes don’t have a time to recharge their batteries in an off-season, they limit their potential. That is in regards to both the physical and mental aspect of sport.

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