Monthly Archives: February 2015

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There Is No Room For The Weak Here

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Rise Above The Rest

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Let’s Get High

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Elevation Training Mask helps condition the lungs by creating pulmonary resistance, strengthening the lungs, and increasing the surface area and elasticity in training Tough Spotters always seek a high level of conditioning Happy training days Spotters Happiness


Drop It Like Its Hot

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Dynamax medicine balls were the first balls on the market with enough padding to be used safely at high velocities. The success of the Dynamax medicine balls is largely responsible for the current widespread use among athletic programs and fitness facilities. They have spawned many Tough Spotters Happiness Spotters Happy Days.


Doplhin Workout Chill

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The overall goal of Swimming Workouts is to build up to a level where the workouts will improve and maintain fitness goals. The two overriding challenges are to build up endurance so you can swim continuously without stopping, and to improve strokes and breathing through drills.


Take A Blow

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Christmas Is Over But The Sledge Pulls On

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Strength Spotters everywhere use weighted sled workouts to condition elite athletes because they flat-out work! Get to know this deceptively simple device that’s showing up in more gyms than ever! So why should the Tough Spot Gym be an different


Ah Push It Push It Real Good

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The beauty of the pushup is that you can do it anywhere, anytime. It’s a great all-encompassing exercise that hits not only your arms and chest but also gets a burn going in your core. Happy Days Spotters Happiness


Sit Down Stand Up Jump Springs Almost Here

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Remember the fun you had as a kid, hopping, skipping, and jumping around the playground? The exercises you do with plyometrics mimic those dynamic moves Plyometrics (“plyo,” for short) used to be called “jump training.” It’s a technique that you can use in many different ways You’ll do a series of jumps and hops, like jump squats or one-leg hops. You might jump up and onto a box or bench, or jump over cones. Some moves will be faster than others.
Every time you land from a jump, your muscles get a stretch. That gives your next jump even more power. The combination of stretching and contracting your muscles whips them into shape You won’t do plyometrics every day, because your muscles will need a break from all that jumping.


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