Female Fitness Roundtable: Gloves OR Not?

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27
Apr
2016

By Eric Buratty | Published April 27, 2016

Who knows, even if you’re a dude reading this, you may find further reassurance or even be surprised by some of their responses. (I know some of you dudes out there (sadly) still use workout gloves. Don’t deny it.)

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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/ Read more

3 Practical Habits that Force You to Use More Core

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04
Jun
2014

By Eric Buratty | Published June 4, 2014   It’s official.  A stronger core has been supported by research to increase lifespan and improve vitality.  Who doesn’t want that? If that’s not powerful enough motivation for you, consider the following. No matter what fitness stage or body age you’re at, there’s a high possibility that you’ve wanted to.

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03
Aug
2013

By Eric Buratty | Published August 3, 2013   Everyone likes to burn calories when they work out, but not enough people know how to use the first 5-10 minutes of exercise most effectively. More specifically, the warm-up needs to enhance mind and body functionality, which further facilitates a dynamic metabolic environment that most of us.

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6 Ways to Lower the Inflammation Response from Your Workouts TODAY

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03
Jun
2013

By Eric Buratty | Published June 3, 2013   For the most part, the stress we receive from exercise is positive.  Our ability to sustain our fitness levels in the long run is still greatly influenced by our workout habits in the short run, though.  In order to avoid a whole spectrum of inflammation-related setbacks, here.

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15
May
2013

By Eric Buratty | Published May 15, 2013 No matter what experience level you have, the key to continued progress is in finding appropriate exercises that share both motivational and challenging characteristics.  These two characteristics are best realized when you focus on just a couple, basic exercises at a time that get some of the larger.

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