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EARTHQUAKE BAR REVIEW

The original Bamboo Bar re-designed for an all purpose approach. This bar offers total versatility. Rehab, Strength, Function, Recovery. The all-purpose kinetic juggernaut that allows you to

November 03, 2018 Fitness
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WHAT IS ROTATIONAL MOVEMENT TRAINING?

Proper Rotation is essential for movement in the joints. This occurs in all 3 planes of movement which include Frontal (front/back), Transverse (horizontal) and Sagittal

October 20, 2018 Articles
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RMT CLUB REVIEW

The RMT Club by WeckMethod is a multipurpose, functional training tool designed to create a more integrated and athletic body from head to toe. Optimized

October 07, 2018 Fitness
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STICK MOBILITY REVIEW

Stick Mobility is intended to help users increase their fitness, strength, mobility, muscle activation, movement and range of motion.  It can also lead to faster rehabilitation due to

September 23, 2018 Fitness
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GYMNASTIC RINGS VS TRX COMPARED

TRX system has been a consistent part of my suspension training for years and with my continued interest in simple and effective products, I gave

July 01, 2018 Product Comparisons
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FLEX DISC REVIEW

Train Movement Not Muscles™. Flex Disc allows you to perform an unlimited number of exercises to increase core and muscle strength, improve balance and stability,

October 28, 2017 Fitness
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RPM2 REVIEW

With RPM2 revolutionary technology, becoming a better athlete is as simple as placing our insoles in your shoes. As you train, quick time performance data

November 18, 2014 Bikes & Gear, Sports Tech
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CONSTANT RESISTANCE

One of the most underrated work out products is resistance bands. Bands come in many varieties from cords, rubber bands, cords with handles and the

January 23, 2014 Articles
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PAIN, PAIN GO AWAY

As I continue to age and experience gravitational forces in my life, small little aches and pains persist to progress in different parts of my

January 28, 2013 Articles
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