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Seniors Keep Your Muscles Flexible

July 25th, 2013 · No Comments · Core Stability Training, Healthy Tips, Program Design Education, TruSelf Training, Warm Ups

Seniors keep your muscles flexible! With a fitness center or personal training; seniors can get the help they need to keep muscles and joints limber. As the elderly age, it critical to keep the body as flexible as possible to avoid injury. Stretching also increases blood flow to the muscles, improving circulation. Some even equate [...]

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Dynamic Stretch Sequence Warm Up

November 30th, 2012 · No Comments · Core Stability Training, Exercise Videos, Functional Exercises, TruSelf Training, Warm Ups

TruSelf Training’s Patrick Van Oosbree Instructing a Dynamic Stretch Sequence. Great for a specific warm up prior to a sporting event, intense training day, or a crushing workout. Warms up the hips, arms, and total body while heating up the body and preparing the joints for major movement! Follow TruSelf Training:

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Wall Slide Posture Correction Exercise Video

June 28th, 2011 · No Comments · Exercise Videos, TruSelf Training, Warm Ups

TruSelf Training’s Kyle Hannon instructing a wall slide for posture correction. You can find TruSelf Training Kyle Hannon at our San Diego Clairemont Mesa location.

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Lateral Step Up Warm Up Exercise

June 21st, 2011 · No Comments · Exercise Videos, Functional Exercises, TruSelf Training, Warm Ups

TruSelf Training’s Dave Renna Instructing a Lateral Step Warm Up. This is good alternate general warmup and specific to a lower body warmup.

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Proper Warm Up

June 18th, 2011 · No Comments · TruSelf Training, Warm Ups

I am very passionate about pre-workout warm-ups. In my opinion, the key to injury free workouts is a well prepared and executed warm-up. There are many ways to warm-up before working out, but self myofascial release (SMR) is the first step to preparing your muscles for upcoming stress from exercise. Fascia is like a webbing [...]

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