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Avoid these 10 Mistakes While Lifting Weights

Having a training program as a beginner is an ideal step towards gaining a healthy body with “custom made” muscles. With that said, a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. As you progress with consistency, you start noticing substantial progress in strength, power, muscular, ...

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How Strength Training Helps Sports Injury Prevention

We all love sports, but they have their risks.   The thrill and enjoyment we experience from competitive sports has to be carefully monitored alongside the very real risk of injury.   Whether it’s a racket sport, gymnastics, track and field, or any other sport, we naturally have a desire to play at our ...

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3 Unknown Benefits of Weight Training by Kulraj Singh (Guest Post for CASS Fitness)

Health and fitness has over the past few years become a huge trend.   Especially weight training, and the public are becoming more aware that weight training has a reliable effect on muscular development.   However, weight training does not solely have an impact on muscle growth and strength.   Here are three positive effects ...

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6 Ways to Transform Your Workout Routine for the Better by Joe Fleming (Guest Post for CASS Fitness)

As the season of fall welcomes possibly the most natural time of transition with the leaves turning various colors and the weather cooling off, you might be contemplating making changes to your own life. When it comes to routine exercise, it’s so easy to often find yourself falling into a ...

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Guide to Acu-Yoga for Beginners by Annie Jones (Guest Post for CASS Fitness)

  As its name suggests, Acu-Yoga is a combination of two traditional Eastern healing methods acupressure and yoga. This unique self-healing technique can be mastered by anyone and by proper and regular practice it will undoubtedly regulate the flow of your chi energy and improve the quality of life.   Acu-Yoga was actually ...

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How to Care for Your Feet and Toenails by Evelyn Welch (Guest post for CASS Fitness)

You often use your feet for all the walking and running that you do every day. However, you also often neglect them when it comes to our health and beauty routines. It's essential to keep your feet and toenails in tip-top condition. You need to care for your feet and ...

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Pilates for Seniors by Joe Fleming (Guest Post for CASS Fitness

Physical fitness oftentimes feels more challenging the older you get, however, this does not mean that seniors should avoid it altogether or take the “easy way” out. Being over the age of 65, or a senior, opens a host of other exercise options, including exercise that is gentle and pleasurable. ...

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The Dangers of Running and Working Out in Old Shoes by Joe Fleming (Guest Post for CASS Fitness)

For many runners, athletic apparel is the last thing on their minds. Many of us grab an old T-shirt and shorts out of the drawer in a half-dark room, cram on the same pair of shoes we bought during the first Obama term, and then set out for our morning ...

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Dangers of Back Pain (And What to Do About It) by Joe Fleming (Guest Post for CASS Fitness)

  Back pain can be annoying, uncomfortable, and limiting for short periods of time, but if it goes away, no big deal right? Wrong. Chronic back pain that flares up repeatedly can lead to a host of negative  behaviors that can have serious consequences on your overall health and wellbeing. These ...

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From Canines to Canes – Exercise Motivators for Seniors by Joe Fleming (Guest Post for CASS Fitness)

Looking for that extra encouragement to help you or your loved one stay active in retirement? Regular fitness, even as little as 30 minutes a day, plays an important role in your health - not only helping your hearts, lungs, bones and muscles stay strong, but combating heart disease, ...

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