Burn More Fat In 45 Minutes or Less

Time is our most precious commodity because we can never get it back once we’ve used it up. Like the saying goes, “time is money” and I’d rather spend it on things that I love doing like hanging out with friends and family and seeing the world. So it’s great to know that achieving a…

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3 Muscle-Building Techniques You Should Be Using

Looking for new ways to spur more muscle growth? Look no further, Sean’s got your back. When looking for ways to build more muscle we have to first look at what builds more muscle in the first place. The factors which influence muscle growth through training are mechanical tension (the amount of weight used), volume…

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The Art of War: Meal Prep Strategies for The Fat Loss Battle

You’ve been there. You’re probably there right now. Life is busy and there’s barely any time to breathe let alone prepare food for the week in order to stick to your diet. So what happens? You end up eating out which costs more money than it should for food that isn’t going to bring you…

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What is Strength and How Do I Get Me Some?

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Everyone would benefit from being stronger. Being strong is awesome and affords many benefits such as the opportunity to move better, perform better, and be leaner. Conversely, a lack of strength can increase your injury risk, decrease your performance, and stop your body composition improvement dead in it’s tracks. That’s right, it’s the quality which…

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3 Reasons Why Eating Less Carbs is Making You Fat

Everyone treats carbs like the rich friend that nobody really likes. You know, you keep him around because he has all the latest toys, a pool in his backyard, and he volunteers to pick up the cheque from time to time. He supplies the fun. Unfortunately, when it’s time to send out invites to the…

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The Lost Art of Spontaneous Movement

The weekly challenge at CTS this week is 100 push ups as quickly as possible so last night a bunch of us dropped down and proved our worth. Everyone at CTS does push ups (sometimes much to their dismay), and eventually everyone learns to love them (or at least that’s what I tell myself). After…

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Godzilla and Tough Mudder

So I haven’t put up a post in awhile but I’m going to try to make a habit of it every week. A lot of times it’s difficult for me to think up a topic that would benefit the readers of this page in terms of training. It’s like “what would you like to know?”…

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Must-Haves for Great Dancers

Dancers, like most other athletes, need to be in great shape to perform their activity. Whether you dance for fun or competition this article will reveal 5 things you need in order to  put on your best performance.             Be STRONG Dance is a relative strength activity, meaning the stronger…

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5 Training Mistakes You Are Currently Making

Here are 5 training mistakes that you’re currently making, and the worst part about it is that you don’t even know you’re making them! Luckily I’m here to shed some light on them and provide a solution. You don’t do enough You underestimate how much work it actually takes to achieve the body that you…

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24 Lessons in 24 Years

So I just turned 24. 24 on the 24th of April, my champagne birthday. I thought to myself “Maybe I should do a standard “What I learned in X number of years post”” and here we are. Let’s go! 1. You can never be too strong 2. You should always have a plan, but it’s…

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