Archive for July 2015

Fit941 Profile: Orange Theory Fitness

You’ve probably heard of the group exercise program Orange Theory by now. Having exploded in popularity over the last couple years, it’s currently the fastest growing franchise in the United States. The New York Times even calls it “the best one hour workout in the country.” So if you haven’t given Orange Theory a try,…

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Manatee County’s Oldest Running Tradition

The Labor Day Canes Cross Country Classic 5K began in 1993 as a fundraiser for the Manatee High School cross country team. According to longtime coach and race director Tom Orehowsky, “the first race director was Ed Lopacki who convinced me to do it with help from our team parents, some of whom were members…

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Don’t Ignore the Core

The techniques used are widely regarded as a great way to transform your body in record-breaking time. Also, it’s one of the safest forms of high intensity exercise as it is very low impact. Core exercises. For many people, just thinking about doing them can cause a shudder. Everyone wants a toned, sexy midsection, but…

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SUP YOGA ADVENTURES: COSTA RICA

This training will consist of all of the key elements in the SUP yoga teacher trainings, including basics of stand up paddleboarding and water safety, use of equipment, how to develop and guide a SUP yoga class on the water, how to create a SUP yoga studio, and how to create a successful SUP yoga…

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The Pose Method of Running

FOR FASTER, MORE EFFICIENT, INJURY-FREE RUNNING Think back to when you were a child, barely school age, in gym class. You wanted to run faster and a well-meaning adult told you to lengthen your stride. Take bigger steps. Or think about a high school athlete you know, searching endlessly through different brands and models of…

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