After much research, Michael has chosen the CrossCore180® Rotational Bodyweight Training™ for SKOGG Gym, Virtual SKOGG and SKOGG Performance. The CrossCore180® is the best home suspension system he has come across. CrossCore® products are now available on the SKOGG Store at: www.SKOGGsystem.com
Posted by CrossCore @ Monday, September 10, 2012 @ 05:02am
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MINDBODY Fit Pro – Thank you to NBC’s The Biggest Loser contestants for coming to the CrossCore® Rotational Bodyweight Training™ class this weekend. Can you pick them out in these pictures?
We were able to meet the entire group at breakfast and then at our booth afterwards. What a humble group of folks. It was great meeting you all and congrats on all your success! And they all took a CrossCore® home with them!! www.crosscore-usa.com
Posted by CrossCore @ Monday, September 10, 2012 @ 04:59am
Nog een weekje en dan start mijn Triple Challenge. Twee dagen waarin ik aan 3 verschillende wedstrijden deelneem. Het worden 2 zware dagen denk ik. De zaterdag wordt zwaar omdat het dan de bedoeling is dat ik me inhoud en het parcours voor zondag verken. Ik hoop dat ik dan voor zondag helemaal goed voorbereidt aan de start verschijn en dan alles kan geven. Nu maar hopen dat het slapen deze week een stuk beter gaat dan afgelopen week zodat ik ook enigszins uitgerust start.
Wait! Why do you need cholesterol? That’s the reaction of most people. Modern science and medicine have made cholesterol look like a devil. So this is an attempt to play the devil’s advocate. Did you know that the liver produces 75% of the body’s cholesterol and that it is found in ALL cells of the human body? Now irrespective of your brain sizing up cholesterol as good or bad, take a peek into what it does for your body. Here is the top six reasons why you need cholesterol:
Posted by Deron Singh @ Sunday, September 09, 2012 @ 17:10pm
Our vestibular system is a delicate balance mechanism located in our inner ear, which is activated when we move our head. It works with the visual system to help us determine if we are moving. This system becomes particularly important to help us maintain balance when the information received by the visual and somatosensory systems is reduced, distorted or eliminated. Walking across a soft surface, such as grass or sand, in low light levels requires increased reliance on the vestibular system to help maintain balance.Copyright 2012, K-FitPro
Today was another day that I am truly grateful that I have had the opportunity to control my time and participate in the Alzheimer's walk downtown. We lost my grandfather to this horrible disease and one of closest friends lost her mom. My friend has been walking for over 10 years for this amazing cause and today I was able to join her for the first time. I met some amazing people and I hope with my new found profession maybe I can make an impact promoting overall wellness. I truly believe the stronger you are the better off you are if god forbid you ha
Posted by Michele Malo @ Sunday, September 09, 2012 @ 13:20pm
8 30 a.m. - Rice Pudding, coffee, water.9 a.m. - Picking up the frozen Turkey, making from foil and meat rolling-stone.Bringing in oven and forgetting about it for three hours.Preparing myself for getting out.
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Hello, fellow fitness professionals. I am going to start a weekly blog talking about martial arts and fitness. How can these elements come together for programming? This topic as well as others such as defining key terms will be discussed in detail.My goal is to build awareness on the topic. I hope others well find it interesting and educational. Please PM me with any questions or to provide further information if I missed or said some thing inaccuate. Another hope is to build a collaboration with those interested.