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Stand more, start paddling and live longer

Did you go the gym today? Did you run, cycle or swim within the week? If yes, you should feel proud of yourself. You may think this is mission accomplished since you follow a physically active and healthy lifestyle. But … Continue reading

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Train movements, not muscles!

Very often when we go to the gym, we see people doing  plain and boring biceps curls, triceps cable extensions or rowing on the machines. And that’s not even the worst of it; with many people waiting in line to … Continue reading

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Balance – not just a simple skill

I was once instructing core training for 16 strong male basketball players. Their task was to perform some balance and coordination exercises in the warm-up – this was simply to get them ready for the “real deal”. However, to my … Continue reading

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