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How to Work Up to a Freestanding Handstand

In my previous article I showed you how to get up and hold a handstand against the wall. <b>In this article you’ll learn to take a much more advanced</b> …

How to Improve Your Squat Cleans

Page: 1Next »<p>In order to get underneath a heavy bar, squat cleans require faster hip and elbow turnover than a power clean.<p>So you’ve mastered the …

CrossFit

Simple Steps to Holding a Handstand Like a Pro

Page: 1Next »<p>Decorate your box for the Holidays – click any image below to purchase!<p>A handstand is a resting position for gymnasts. It is the point …

CrossFit

The Big Ten: 10 Nutrition Rules For An Athletic Diet

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Getting Comfortable in the Handstand

July 13, 2017<p>Working handstands, hand walking, balance work, one arm balance work, and pressing to a handstand are important as they develop your …

Yoga

Metcon - Functional Training and Fitness focused CrossFit Community Magazine

Wedding Photograph Features a Hungry T-Rex Chasing the Bridal Party

Here’s a fun wedding photo idea we’ve never seen before: dinosaur photobombing. Baton Rouge, Louisiana-based wedding photographer Quinn Miller …

Dave Statter

Deaf EMT 'better than some hearing staff' with Bethlehem ambulance company

Global Medical Transportation Services Ambulance Capt. Don Burslem didn’t know what to think when the person on the other line told him he was on the …

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