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Make Fitness Goals, Not Fitness Wishes

New Years is just around the corner and you know what that means, “new year, new me.” For a lot of people, this means hitting the gym and getting fit. Unfortunately, for some, the expectations they set are unrealistic and this causes many to eventually become overwhelmed and give up. While it’s good to reach for the stars and achieve …

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Steve Sudell

Steve Sudell lives in sunny Venice, CA with his wife, Lindsay, and their two great dogs. He has been a Crossfit competitor since 2012 and specializes in working with high-intensity athletes on their mobility, prehab, and post-injury physical therapy. Steve received his Clinical Doctorate of Physical Therapist in 2009 and finds the human body to be the most extraordinary machine ever built. …

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Skip Jennings

Bio Skip Jennings is the author of The Lotus Kitchen and Spirit Explosions, a motivational speaker, trusted transformational coach, Group Fitness manager for Equinox South Bay, Master Trainer for Schwinn Fitness, Bosu/Headstrum Fitness, Water Rower and owner of Mind, Body, Spirit Solutions LLC.  Skip was recently featured on the cover of American Fitness Magazine and has transformed the lives of …

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Gunnar Peterson

  “Gunnar Peterson is a Beverly Hills-based personal trainer whose clients include celebrities, professional athletes, and everyday people. Gunnar works with each on an individual basis, focusing on achieving long-term results through challenging and constantly varied workouts. He is widely recognized for his expertise in functional training and his commitment to developing and implementing innovative fitness techniques. With over 20 …

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Karen Furneaux

Karen Furneaux is a 3-Time Olympian and 2-Time World Champion and winner of over 50 International Medals over her 20-year professional sprint kayaking career.  Karen is the founder of I Promise Performance, Inc. and speaks with audiences in the Atlantic Provinces and abroad about the connection between health, mindset and performance.  In the summer of 2016, Karen was a member …

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Dr. Joel Seedman

What kind of sports did you participate in as a kid? I played a variety of sports growing up including tennis, baseball, hockey, and wrestling.  What adversity have you had to overcome as an athlete and as a trainer?  I was never as genetically gifted as an athlete. Everything including strength, coordination, power, speed, agility, and skill took extra time …

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Some Movement is Better than No Movement

Some movement is better than no movement- this is something you have probably heard quite a bit in the past, however, no matter how many times you have heard it, it is still true! For a lot of people, there are factors that hinder them from working out; factors such as time, money, commitment, to name a few. For some, …

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Amy Camodeca

  When did your athletic career begin? Since I could remember I was always an athlete. Growing up my primary sport was softball, although I was a 3 sport varsity athlete in high school partaking in track, soccer, and softball. I continued my athletic career into college playing Division 1 softball for the University of Vermont. After suffering a major …

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Heidi Cordner

Bio My name is Heidi Cordner. I am a 42 year old Canadian high school Math teacher.  I was born January 3rd, 1975 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.  When we moved to Toronto, I was 11 years old.  To say I had a rough transition is putting it lightly.  I was bullied in grades 7 & 8 for being tall, smart, …

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Rebounding: A Great Low Impact High Intensity Workout

Bio James has been working in the Health and Fitness industry for over 20 years as a Fitness Leader and Personal Trainer.  He has a vast and varied client base specializing in corrective exercise, injury rehabilitation and high performance conditioning for athletes and fitness professionals. James specializes in assessing individual needs to ensure all round fitness and well being – …