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Training Thoughts of the Week

New week more thoughts. This week’s list of random training thoughts is ready. Remember, these thoughts are not meant to be exhaustive so feel free to ask any questions you might have. 


1. Move well first and then move often. Just plowing through bad movement usually doesn’t end well.

2. Two quick things if you want to be more agile: Stay in the tunnel (aka dont bob up and down) and create better angles so you can get in and out of cuts better. 3. All supplements are not equal and this really holds true with sports supplements. A lot of odd things can go on in the supplement industry, so don’t let price be your only determining factor. It’s possible that what’s on the label doesn’t match up with what’s in the product. In all honesty, a lot of supplements are about 3,549th on the list of importance when it comes to training and nutrition, but they are popular so it should be addressed. Supplements can have their place, but be a supplement specialist not a generalist.  Hope you found these interesting. Enjoy your week! P.S. Whenever you’re ready, here’s how I can help.  1. Sign up for training in person or online. If you’d like to take your training to the next level then lets work together and start setting you up for success.  2. Sign up for nutrition coaching only. Get the time tested nutrition habits to get the nutrition results you are looking for. 

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