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Bring a Buddy Day at the Treehouse!

Attention Treehouse!  Saturday, April 15, 2017 is “BRING A BUDDY DAY!”  The Group 9am class will be open to you and friends/family.  NOTE: Friends do NOT need prior experience.  All movements will be doable for newbies/inexperienced yet challenging for you regulars.  Don’t worry, I won’t program 1000 wall balls again…at least not this weekend! Research

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Does Music Make a Difference in Fitness?

One of the best ways to enhance a workout session is to listen to music.  Some of the many benefits of music while you exercise: Music May Help You Up Your Effort: If you look on the internet, you can easily choose your music based on the beats per minute of the song.  This can

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Treehouse Quarterly Assessment Protocol

The goal of training at the Treehouse is to constantly work on self improvement. Our natural tendencies are to gravitate towards what we are good at or comfortable with and avoid our weaknesses. This happens even more in a group environment. You are only as good as your weakest link. Our program is designed to

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When I Stretch You Stretch..

Despite your best efforts for proper technique and safety, you may unfortunately suffer a soft tissue injury at some point during your training. For novice to elite athletes, the fear of possibly re-injuring yourself can be a struggle to overcome when you want to return to physical activity.  This schedule for stretching may be useful

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Got Grip?

In Olympic weightlifting, the hook grip is a way of holding a barbell by gripping the thumb between the barbell and other fingers.  As opposed to the natural/regular grip, the hook grip is more secure and stronger. How to hook grip:   Position the bar so it sits between the thumb and index finger.  Put the

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Mobility Tools – Got them, but what to do with them?

  A tennis or lacrosse ball can be utilized in your daily roll out and massage regimen.  The following techniques will allow you to reach those deep muscles and connective tissues with the goal of lysing adhesions so that your muscles can fully contract and stretch. “My feet hurt!”: While standing next to a wall

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