Emily Beers

Emily Beers

 

 

 

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Chances are, if your fitness program isn't personalized, you’re going to run into problems either with the lack of results or, worse still, injuries.
Yeah, there are a lot of fit-looking people who like to post sexy-looking fitness moves all over social media, and most of them don't come with a don't try this at home unless disclaimer.
How to bring a method to the metabolic conditioning madness with Opex coach, Georgia Smith, laying out four key principles and progressions to design a workout program.
Here’s some food for thought from James FitzGerald, the 2007 CrossFit games champion, about what to consider to maximize the next 320 days of training for next year's CrossFit Open.
Here are three steps you may not have considered to change your clients' mindset and get them out of pain long-term.
Bring bodybuilding principles to functional resistance training by focusing on quality of movement rather than intensity.
Those who train together stay together.
Renowned fitness coach James Fitzgerald warns how this is doing more damage than good.
Handstands are a cool party trick, they’re satisfying to learn, and they make you feel young and limber.
Most of us don’t spend all that much time training to be more explosive and powerful, and we really should.
In life, we get bumped and end up injuring a knee because we find ourselves twisted in a vulnerable position our joint wasn’t ready for.
If you can’t hold a stable hollow body position on the floor for a good 45 seconds to a minute, it's something you really need to work on.