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functional fitness  // Posts tagged as "functional fitness"

28 Apr Posted by in Foody Friday | Comments

11 rules for an anti-inflammatory diet

Photo: stocksy If you want to eat for long-term health, lowering inflammation is crucial. Here are 11 food rules to follow from Dr. Gary Kaplan (Mindbodygreen.com )  Consume at least 25 grams of fiber every day.  Eat a minimum of nine servings of fruits and vegetables every day. Eat four servings of both alliums and […]

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27 Apr Posted by in Helpful Tips | Comments

Coaching Tips

Coaching Tips: Sprint hard on the first couple rounds, but then settle in to a slower pace if your wind can’t keep up. People who can efficiently do butterfly pull ups will be rewarded on this one, but don’t do them if you are going to shred your hands.

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26 Apr Posted by in Helpful Tips | Comments

Coaching tips

Coaching Tips: Start on whichever movement you’d like, but it must be performed in order. For example, if you start on Rowing, you will do back squats next, then lunges. Keep in mind that the lunge steps are two steps equal one rep. Do not blow yourself up on the first couple movements, pace this […]

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25 Apr Posted by in Graduates | Comments

Welcome Alana!

Please welcome the lovely Alana to the Zone family! What can I say about this girl? When I met her, she was working for one of the big  4 accounting firms in downtown Calgary, while I was doing field work for an environmental engineering firm. Since then, we quit our jobs, traveled to 15 (maybe more?) countries […]

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24 Apr Posted by in Graduates | Comments

Welcome Rob!

This is Rob everybody! Rob is a kick ass guy he loves puns, poetry and pistachios. He is also into arm-wrestling, ale, and arena rock like AC/DC. Some or all of this might be entirely made up. But he’s a friendly guy so go ask him what he’s into. Definitely arm wrestling though.  

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