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“I can’t do the things I want to.  I get too tired.”  We’ve all heard it.  We’ve all said it.  This article will explain how to increase your muscular endurance and say, “I did it.  No problem.” To improve muscular endurance, you need to understand a little about your body’s energy systems. Energy systems are …

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When Donielle started training with me at BL, my first goal was to improve the function of her shoulder and set in proper habits to help her lose the weight she wanted. Coming out of physical therapy, she was limited on what she could do, but we focused on foundation movements and built from there …

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So you’ve made the decision to be more health conscious.  You’re working out more, trying to get more sleep, and probably trying to eat better if you’re like most.  I’ll be the first to admit the whole “eating better” part is usually the hardest. The grocery store is a cluster of confusion with options masquerading …

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Your sweetheart.  The love of your life.  Your partner in crime.  What about… your new gym buddy!  That’s right, I’m talking about training with your better half.  Study after study shows countless benefits to working out with your significant other.  If you’ve never considered it or maybe just aren’t doing it, I’m going to show …

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The evolution of women’s fitness Fitness fads have come and gone over the decades.  In the 80’s it was all about spandex and step aerobics.  In the 90’s we had Billy Blanks and the Taebo crew.  Fast forward to today and there’s everything from Zumba to CrossFit.  Women’s fitness has also evolved with the times.  …

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Please introduce yourself. Being raised on a cotton farm in Wall Texas, my parents taught me that hard work was a part of life, but enjoying the journey was just as important.  Being thankful and having gratitude for those things and people that surround me was ingrained into my life. As a child, I severed …

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Tim is a former college athlete who, in the last 6 months at Body Language, has transformed his life. He might not be on the court again, but we have watched him progress to things he definitely couldn’t do during his first workout. From his blood work to his strength, Tim has gotten years back on …

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When I became a personal trainer back in 2010…I thought…I should try to make money teaching people how to work out and take care of themselves; something I was doing for free, anyway. Back then, my views about the fitness industry were so different than what they are now. Previously, I viewed the training industry as a …

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