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Importance of Healthy & Injury Resistant Shoulders

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Importance of Healthy & Injury Resistant Shoulders

Shoulder health is one of the top priorities in our ID strength and mobility programmes and building a strong and stable shoulder is essential to structural balance for posture and performance.

One of the most common injuries functional fitness athletes experience is a shoulder injury. Great demands of shoulder strength and mobility are often required to effectively and safely perform movements like pull-ups, muscle-ups, handstand, snatch, cleans, jerks, push-ups, bench press, and more.

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Why 1% self-improvement can make a big difference?

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Why 1% self-improvement can make a big difference?

It’s so easy to overestimate the importance of our goals and underestimate the value of our daily actions.   Instant gratification somehow convinces us that accomplishing enormous success requires enormous actions.  If we need to lose weight, build a business, write a book, learn a language, win a competition, or achieve any of our goals, we often jump the gun and aim to win the race with no idea how to get out of the blocks effectively and run with the most efficient technique.  We just go for it, it’s an all or nothing approach these days!

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Blood Work: Why Normal is not Optimal?

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Blood Work: Why Normal is not Optimal?

Normal medical reference ranges are the average ranges of the general population and have very little to do with optimal health and longevity.  Today’s “average population” is sick, fat, and unhealthy.   As our population becomes more dysfunctional and obese and suffers from more cardiovascular and autoimmune disease, the “normal” reference range gets wider and wider. How silly is this?  In many cases, medical reference ranges are created using populations that contain a significant number of unhealthy individuals, leading to ranges that don’t reflect a healthy population in today's society. 

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