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Female Fitness Roundtable: Gloves OR Not?

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27
Apr
2016

By Eric Buratty | Published April 27, 2016 When you hit a plateau in training, one of the last things to come to mind as being THE weak link is grip strength.  That’s too bad because if you can’t grip an object, you won’t be able to safely move it or manipulate your body around […]

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Let’s get something straight.

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17
Dec
2015

By Eric Buratty | Published December 17, 2015 Let’s get something straight. Fruits are healthy. Except for when they make us fat. Let me explain. We store fat in a relative sense. This means that, every time we add or take away any one food/beverage from our daily intake, the rest of our macro (and […]

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More Gains, Less Gimmicks

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02
Dec
2015

By Eric Buratty | Published December 2, 2015 Preface/Objective: Stop letting things like scientific ignorance, corporate greed and inaccurate technology get in the way of realizing your true results (5).   Translation: If you’re gonna do stupid stuff, at least be smart about it. A common question we receive in the health & fitness industry each year–especially around the […]

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16
Sep
2015

Greetings! I’m excited to be one of 15 authors who contributed to the following book on personal and professional development.  The writers involved in this project share a wealth of knowledge from their many years of experience in wellness, corporate and consulting work.  This book is perfect for an individual starting their career, someone looking for ways to […]

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Cut to the Core

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01
Sep
2015

 By Eric Buratty | Published September 1, 2015 Here’s some more Progressive Calisthenics infotainment that I put together for Dragon Door‘s website (click on picture below). Enjoy! \m/ >_< \m/

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#TuesdayHealth&FitnessTrivia

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03
Jul
2015

Posted April 28, 2015 Photo of Human Brain X-Ray View With Skull And Spine Poor mental health impacts approximately 20 percent of our population, which leads to a significant reduction in productivity and places a large economic burden on society. Which of the following mental health benefits of regular exercise is MOST CLOSELY linked to elevated problem-solving […]

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Meat Consumption Increases Fat Storage by 67%

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02
Jul
2015

By Eric Buratty | Published June 2, 2015 Hopefully people actually clicked through and are now reading this. I just made this up to see if people would actually read the blog before sharing, or get pissed off and write something derogatory based on the headline. Perhaps equally as bad, there may be a few followers out […]

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29
May
2015

By Eric Buratty | Published May 29, 2015 Want to know what it’s like to be a woman who’s a total fitness badass? Or how about a man that wants to be totally supportive of the women in their lives that actually care about their health? Then look no further than Joy Victoria for advice–one of the […]

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01
May
2015

By Eric Buratty | Published May 1, 2015 Given the large number of texts and emails I receive from sore clients after following my workouts or other intense training programs, I thought I’d put together some info that would finally help you recover faster, and remain motivated about achieving your fitness goals. Whether you’re new to […]

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Return of Mechanical Drop Sets: Calisthenics/Bodyweight Edition

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24
Apr
2015

By Eric Buratty | Published April 24, 2015 This is the unedited/original piece that was published on T-Nation today for those who are interested.  Hope you enjoy both versions! Here’s what you need to know . . . Beginner-level workout “pain” is associated more with acute discomfort from lower-intensity exercise, while advanced-level workout “pain” is […]

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