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Posture Problems- Preventing and Reversing “Text Neck”

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There is a pandemic of posture problems that have accelerated in the last 10 years, and the main culprit is the smart phone. You’ve seen it: everyone standing at the bus stop holding their phones at their chest and bending their neck forward and down in order to see it clearly. Our modern, first world…

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Step Thirteen- Exercise Form

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Xfactor Xplanation: Form is Paramount! You have probably noticed how important Xercise form is at the X Gym. This is because proper exercise form is key to targeting the specific muscles intended for the particular Xercise you are performing. As you know, each routine you get, whether you are a personal training tribe member or a…

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Step Twelve- Stretching

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Xfactor Xplanation: What About Stretching? You may be wondering if stretching is a necessary supplement to the X Gym workouts. The short answer is no. For general health and fitness, it’s just not necessary. The X Gym workout is designed with Xercises that go beyond your normal range of motion and when you do that, you…

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Is Organic Worth It?

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I’ve claimed in other posts and some videos that I spend approximately 15% more on my food than people who buy from conventional sources. So the question here is really whether it’s worth that additional 15% . I say absolutely, but read on and decide for yourself. Admittedly, organic is not 100% guaranteed to be…

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The Proof is in the Pudding…

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Did you know that the Big Climb stair race, up the tallest building in Seattle, is also the largest attended stair climb on the planet? 6000 racers turn out for this climb and nearly 300 teams compete against each other in this 69 story tower race. Did you know that tower racing is known as the…

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Is Running at Redline Killing You?

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Meet Fred, 58 years old, who: Eats the Standard American Diet (SAD). Has a desk job. Watches a TV show (or two) each day. Is usually too tired for exercise. Has “normal” blood work numbers (cholesterol, blood pressure, glucose, etc.) Is he just “lucky” or genetically “gifted?” Check out the video below to learn how Fred and millions of…

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