ENROLLING: Small Group Breath & Exposure

ENROLLING: Small Group Breath & Exposure

3

Jul

2019

Ever wondered what these images of people smiling ear to ear while submerged in ice are all about? Our newest specialty course, DEUCE Breath & Exposure, offers an 8-week introductory course that meets twice per week to teach you everything you need to know about performance breathing and the benefits of both heat and ic ...
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Fourth of July Schedule

Fourth of July Schedule

2

Jul

2019

As Independence Day approaches, we’d like to give you an update of our special schedule. With the holiday and it being the first Saturday of the month, we’ve got an action packed week. Here’s the special agenda:Thursday July 4th - CLOSEDFriday July 5th - Open Gym (6:30am-Noo ...
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FREE Brain Fitness + Community

FREE Brain Fitness + Community

1

Jul

2019

Imagine yourself in a crowded café. When you think about the individuals around you, can you imagine that they each have some desire for a wonderful life inside of them? I can. Why then have statistically most of these people given up their peak selves? We are knowingly choosing to forgo what we really want in life and all ...
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Disaster in the Bike Lane

Disaster in the Bike Lane

28

Jun

2019

It’s 6:03am. A young man, headphones in, is barreling down the bike lane on foot. It doesn’t matter that he’s on foot because the street, Montana Avenue, isn’t awake yet. The picturesque Santa Monica haven for boutique shopping and green smoothies will be too lively for such ownership of the road in a few hours, but ...
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A Complete List of What to Do

A Complete List of What to Do

27

Jun

2019

You know, they say that all you can do is all you can do and that’s always enough. Remember that. What else could you do anyhow? Logan Gelbrich  @functionalcoach ...
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The Wonder of the Human Body

The Wonder of the Human Body

26

Jun

2019

Did you know that when you soak your hands in water and they get pruny that it’s not a reaction to them being “waterlogged” like the common urban legend explains? It’s actually a mechanism that gives your skin more grip when around wet surfaces. Your body is amazing. Still not amused? Have you ever seen a ...
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Janda’s “Upper Crossed Syndrome”

Janda’s “Upper Crossed Syndrome”

25

Jun

2019

The shoulder is a beautiful joint. It has incredible freedom and is home to the prime moving engines of the upper body. This explains why it’s a hot zone for issues of pain with athletes. It’s a double whammy. Incredible freedom makes the shoulder vulnerable and less stable, while its prime focus for upper body work mea ...
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Rubbing Elbows with Greatness

Rubbing Elbows with Greatness

24

Jun

2019

I continue to be baffled by the ever increasing interconnectedness of those pursuing their peak expression. Certain groups, people, and movements that courageously explore growth are attracted like moths to a flame to other courageous vulnerable efforts towards excellence.We are attracted to greatness in the world because i ...
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Book Club Requires No Reading

Book Club Requires No Reading

21

Jun

2019

There’s no typo in that title, people. In an effort to help integrate the concepts of my recent best selling book, Going Right: A Logical Justification for Pursuing Your Dreams, I am hosting a community roundtable starting Monday July 8th at The Roosterfish bar in Venice Beach.These events are open to the public whet ...
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Specifically Speedy

Specifically Speedy

20

Jun

2019

When it comes to being fast, specificity is king. You see, when it comes to our rate of force production there are some universal truths at play.On one end of the spectrum, the movement that demonstrates the most extreme capacities of strength (moving extremely heavy loads) happens at very slow speeds. For example, you won ...
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