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Lindsey’s April Training Log

Posted on April 5, 2019


I’m slowly making my way back to training regularly, and with powerlifting in mind specifically. I haven’t given up on weightlifting, but it’s taken a backseat while I try to regain some size and general strength. Whenever I’m trying to rebuild my fitness, I use two really basic programs that show easy, quick progression: Couch … Continue reading Lindsey’s April Training Log

 

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Meal of the Week- Alexa’s Potatoes

Posted on April 3, 2019


by Alexa Ferri     Alexa’s Super Interesting Meal         Ok, this is not a crazy elaborate meal, but it has been my staple for several weeks. If you walk in during lunch time you will find me guzzling this down at the front desk. Lindsey also loves when I microwave it … Continue reading Meal of the Week- Alexa’s Potatoes

 

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Spring State of the Union

Posted on April 1, 2019


Bring on the sunshine!!! The sun is fighting through the clouds and cold temperatures. The birds are starting to sing and the trees and flowers are ready to bloom. We’re shaking off the rust by getting classes outdoors as the weather permits. In the meantime, see what our community has been up to all winter… … Continue reading Spring State of the Union

 

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Alison Training Log: March

Posted on March 29, 2019


Training Log: March I love to joke during my training sessions that I can’t (code for: too lazy) do something because I just had a baby. It’s been 10 long months but in the grand scheme of body healing and altering body composition it’s really not that long. I tell all my clients, friends and … Continue reading Alison Training Log: March

 

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Meal of the Week

Posted on March 27, 2019


By Ryan McUmber: The food that I eat is nothing exciting. I primarily use the old rule of 80 percent of my calories are healthy foods such as lean meats, quality plant based carbohydrates, and green cruciferous vegetables. The other 20 percent of my calories are foods that I enjoy. This can be some chips … Continue reading Meal of the Week

 

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How to Get the Most Out of Your Personal Training Sessions

Posted on March 25, 2019


By Team UF, compiled by Casey Williams In a recent staff meeting I asked our team, “If you could coach our clients on ‘how to be better at taking coaching, meaning how to get more out of each session, what would you tell them?” I loved their insight and I think it’s worthwhile to share … Continue reading How to Get the Most Out of Your Personal Training Sessions

 

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Posted on March 21, 2019


Training Log Ryan McUmber This past Saturday was a good day. The whole UF team came together for a training session while doing a photoshoot. It got me amped up to squat heavy. Luckily these hips were feeling good. I believe some of our team has made this clear but I want to hammer this … Continue reading

 

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Meal of the Week

Posted on March 20, 2019


UF Eats: Travel Edition by Lindsey Pogson   Last weekend I took a (very) quick trip home to Philadelphia, and figured what better topic for my first food blog than how I handle my nutrition while traveling!   I take this trip somewhat frequently, but this was my first time driving it by myself. I … Continue reading Meal of the Week

 

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Warm Ups, But Why?

Posted on March 18, 2019


By: Alexa Ferri Barbara goes to the gym. Barbara never warms up. Don’t be like Barbara. If you are like most people, and myself, you tend to fly through your warm-ups. Maybe you don’t know why you are warming up or how it is a major piece to your goal puzzle. My aim in this … Continue reading Warm Ups, But Why?

 

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March Training Log- Casey

Posted on March 15, 2019


By Casey Williams My training sessions have been few and far between as of late due to my current health. I just started Entyvio in place of Humira, and it’s going to take awhile for it to kick in. Long story short, my body is just generally achy and inflamed and I’m run down. Realizing … Continue reading March Training Log- Casey

 

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