Blogs about Core Training

SPICE UP YOUR CORE ROUTINE..........

Everyone loves core work, right? My latest on AAA. Enjoy http://alwaysactiveathletics.com/spice-up-your-core-routine/

Plank Posture and Its Variations.

Background (Skip this if the Historical/philosophical stuff annoys you) Planks are ubiquitous. I have seen them in the yoga studio, the gym, the karate dojo and the fencing studio. It is not so surprising that there will be overlap in physical disciplines from different cultures and among different sports: both the human body and the laws of the physical universe are the same throughout our world. 

Full Body Stabilization Workout

 A free workout! This will work your core, your legs, your cardio, your...your...EVERYTHING!!Note: Don't do any of these if you have an injury preventing you from doing so or if you are new to exercise. Always consult your Doctor before starting a new routineFull Body Stabilization Workout Click Here>>> http://blog.ideafit.com/files/user_upload/1312135.pdf <<<

The stubborn weight finally came off

P { margin-bottom: 0.08in; } After 5 months of coaching below are Becki's results and her story:  Weight lost: 6 lbs - 135lb (from 141lb - 135lb)% of Body fat lost: 6% (from 26% - 20%)

Eagleman 70.3 Ironman Triathlon 2015 - Race Report

Only two weeks after my first ½ Ironman, I was attempting my next challenge, the Eagleman 70.3 Ironman in

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Raleigh 70.3 Ironman Triathlon 2015 - Race Report

Once again our car was loaded with two bikes, two wetsuits and an incredible amount of other gear for my first

Pilates for a Happy Back and a Rockin' Core

It’s a tough world out there: sitting through long commute and work hours, standing and walking on hard surfaces. Faced with these daily work/life balance challenges, it’s not surprising that at least 80% of Americans will experience back pain at least once in their lives.

The Not-Really-A-Program Program

If you play a winter sport like hockey or football...any sport where you have much of the summer off...you know that after taking a few weeks off at season's end, it's time to start thinking about some sort of off-season training to prepare your body for the new season. If you have kids, you may even consider sending them to sports camps. They are great, no question, but they can be very expensive and often time comsuming.  

Women and Weight Gain

Does frequent sitting result in weight gain for women? This question was explored by IDEA, Fitness Journal March 2015, and based on a study published in Preventing Chronic Disease 2014; 11, 140286, it seems that way.