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Slow and steady wins the race, right? Taking your time to learn gymnastics skills the correct way, with a sufficient strength base, will lead to virtuosity in movement far before you would get there by "just making it work."

Do me a favor. Think back to the last time you had an extremely achy joint or pulled muscle, or even when body composition and performance goals weren't happening the way they usually do.

By: Chase Tolleson

Because “it” takes more work than you think.

“It” can mean being in the gym less so that you can recover better and progress faster.
By: Chase Tolleson

… Then take a breath, relax, and ask if you’re going to add any value to the situation.

We’ve all heard it, and most of us have been guilty of one or two of these.

“This is so light.”
By: Chase Tolleson

“Oh it didn’t used to take me this long to warmup 10 years ago.”
By: Chase Tolleson

Working out first thing in the morning seems to be getting more and more popular. It feels good to get a workout done before your workday starts, and for most people it helps to jump start their day.
By: Chase Tolleson

In a world where we see too many people overdoing everything and spreading themselves way too thin, this is a much overdo post.
By: Chase Tolleson

Because there is a difference.

You can go to the gym 5-6 days a week and “workout” and feel great. It can be your you-time and you’ll probably gain and maintain an awesome level of fitness compared to the general population.
By: Chase Tolleson

“Constantly varied functional movements performed at high intensity.”

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