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Almond Butter

Do yourself a favor and replace your peanut butter with raw almond butter.   Almond butter has one ingredient: almonds.  You have to refrigerate almond butter after opening.  Your traditional peanut butter has added sugar, oils and salts.  Almond butter has a creamy, nutty, all-natural taste you’ll enjoy.  

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Benefits Of Stretching

Stretching regularly will help you – relax both physically and mentally – increase the flexibility of your muscles and tendons – increase range of motion – improve your muscle tone – develop cardio endurance – raise your fatigue threshold – prevent injuries and pain in both the muscles and joints Make sure that before and […]

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Burn Machine

Wow.  One of our informed readers let me on to Burn Machine when he heard about Krankcycle.  Check out this hand-held version of Krankcycle you can have in your home or on the go.  Another great tool for getting over leg injuries.  Now you know how Ndamukong Suh is so strong.  

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Today’s PIT Workout

( Muscle Conditioning ) * warm up with 400 meter jog with dynamic stretching 12 squat jumps 12 push ups 12 outs to ins 24 split jumps 12 each leg 12 plank to push up 75 yard sprint * 10 rounds

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Groin Pull

Oh snap.  You pulled your groin. A buddy of mine is battling a groin pull. As hard as it is, you need to rest your groin.  That’s the only way it will heal. I pulled both my hammies last year and was fortunate enough that my gym, 220 Fitness in Santa Monica, had Krankcycle.  Some […]

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Weapons of Choice, PIT Fitness

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Foam Rollers

Foam rollers are a fantastic tool for massaging sore and/or tight muscles.  Try rolling your lower back, hips, quads, calves and hamstrings on top of the foam roller while the foam roller sits on the ground.  The sensation and effectiveness are akin to a deep tissue massage.  You will relieve tension and sore muscles immediately. […]

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The Truth About NUTS

All nuts including peanuts, which are technically legumes, contain large amounts of protein, vitamin E, fiber and protease inhibitors, which are known to prevent cancer in laboratory animals. Although nuts are extremely high in fat, their oils are polyunsaturated and as such, reduce blood cholesterol levels. Nuts also contain essential fatty acids, which are necessary […]

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Around the Worlds- Additional Photos

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Around the Worlds

An extremely effective, fun and innovative core workout that you can create in your gym or at home.  All you need is a rubber band and a medicine ball with a handle.  Check it out

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