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Fitness Business Basics – The Team

Want to know a really simple way to determine where you stand with people? It’s quite simple, actually – MOVE. The next time you move, whether it’s to a new apartment, a new house, or even your business office, I want you to stop in the middle and take a quick look around at who […]

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Random July Updates

It’s obviously been a while since I’ve blogged, so I figured you guys deserve an update so you know I’m not just sitting around twiddling my thumbs 🙂 Well, technically, I was doing that last week, but it was expected. My wife, daughter and I took a vacation to re-energize and re-boot, but now I’m […]

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Coaching Neutral Spine

One of the most powerful tools we have in our toolbox can be purchased at your local hardware store for less than a couple of bucks. A simple piece of PVC pipe can help you coach and cue neutral spine with your clients and athletes, consistently getting them in the appropriate position. Neutral spine is […]

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What I Learned from Charlie

Charlie Weingroff isn’t just smart – he’s wicked smart. Last month, we were lucky enough to have Charlie come into IFAST for the afternoon and drop knowledge bombs on us left and right. With no real itinerary or schedule, we simply asked Charlie one question and over the next 3.5-4 hours, he finally got to […]

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Get Me To The Starting Line

Today, I want to share with you a testimonial from a guy who’s not only a great friend, but an amazing success story as well. Rather than butcher it myself, I’ll just let Brian tell his story. I think you’ll really enjoy it!

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MR Training Week 4 2011

Last week was supposed to be my “heavy” week, but after the first two weeks Lil’ Stevie and I were both pretty wrecked.  We decided to deload last week, and therefore this week was our big one. Stevie had the Elite FTS seminar on Saturday, so he geared things back just a bit Thursday. Regardless, […]

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What I Learned at IFAST

The following is a guest blog by former intern (and now current IFAST team member) Zach Moore. I can honestly say that Zach is a special guy. He trained at our gym for close to a year while finishing up a Masters in Economics, and when he asked if we would consider taking him on […]

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Developing YOUR Foundation

In architecture, we all know that a building is only as sound as the foundation it’s built upon. You could have the most beautiful building known to man, but if it was built upon a poor foundation, it’s always at risk. I would contend that this is true in almost every aspect of our lives, […]

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