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YOUR CUSTOMIZED FITNESS SOLUTION

YOUR CUSTOMIZED FITNESS SOLUTION


YOUR CUSTOMIZED FITNESS SOLUTION

Kenny Scott's blog

Managing Stress

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We all experience stressful situations but, how do you identify and avoid prolonged periods of stress and what’s your plan for when it happens?

Stress is a response to any stimulus that overtakes, or threatens to overtake, the body’s ability to maintain homeostasis, or our body’s equilibrium of internal biological mechanisms.

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Functional Movements

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Functional Movements or functional training is a hot buzz word used in fitness and by trainers around the world today but, what does it actually mean? 

Well it’s about optimizing the way your body moves and handles real life situations.  Focusing your efforts on activities you do and correcting dysfunction while exercising leads to a happier and healthier life and fewer pain related consequences.

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5 Herbs and Spices for a Healthier You

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Do you know how to use herbs and spices to maximize your health?

Adding herbs and spices to our foods without question improves the flavor of what we eat. What many of us don’t know is how impactful herbs and spices are to our daily requirements for vitamins and minerals.  Supplementing our diets with herbs and spices has a tremendous benefit to our health and wellbeing. 

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Water, the Most Important Nutrient We Need

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So, what’s so special about water?

Without question, water is the most important nutrient we consume! It plays a massive role in every major organ, physiological system and directly impacts exercise performance.  Exercising individuals who are dehydrated will fatigue earlier, lose coordination or, even worse, have a terrible injury.

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Six Ways To Increase Flexibility

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Do you want to improve your range of motion (ROM) in your muscles?

 

In our last blog we talked about your unique range of motion (blog url). There are several ways to safely and effectively improve your ROM.

 

Why would you want to increase ROM anyway?

If you are training for a particular sport you should aim to have a little more functional ROM than is required for that sport.

The same applies for the activities in your daily life.

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