Can Your Period Predict Your Pants-Peeing?
Written by Michele Vieux
(with special acknowledgment to Melissa Hurley)

Ladies – do you wonder why you struggle to control the flow of urine during exercise? Maybe it happens to you only sometimes but you can’t quite pinpoint when and why so that you may plan for this seemingly unexpected surprise. Gentlemen, have a lady in your life who experiences this pee problem? Time to spread the word!

Although there are many known causes of a weak pelvic floor (check out Coach Nichole’s article: Double-Unders and Peeing),

Athlete 101: Trust The Process
Written by Tino Marini

If you have been part of our community then you will have undoubtedly heard the title of this article stated over and over again. The question is, do you just read it, or do you actually believe it? Trust the process!

You Have to Believe

One of the key components in an athlete’s success is that they trust the program they follow and/or the direction their coach is giving them. No matter how good the program or coach is, if an athlete doesn’t believe in what he is doing,

Athlete 101: Trust The Process
Written by Tino Marini

If you have been part of our community then you will have undoubtedly heard the title of this article stated over and over again. The question is, do you just read it, or do you actually believe it? Trust the process!

You Have to Believe

One of the key components in an athlete’s success is that they trust the program they follow and/or the direction their coach is giving them. No matter how good the program or coach is, if an athlete doesn’t believe in what he is doing,

Quick and Easy Chicken Salad
Recipe by Amy Tran

Chicken salad is a quick and easy snack, appetizer, or meal. I usually make it with leftover chicken, but it is equally as good (and much faster) with a store bought rotisserie chicken.

It can be served with crackers, fresh veggies (celery sticks, sliced cucumber, and bell pepper slices to name a few), on lettuce cups, or on a salad.

Grab your favorite mayo (find my favorite mayo recipe here), shredded chicken, the rest of the ingredients,

A How-To for the False Grip
Video by Travis Ewart

Since the 2016 Regionals and the announcement of Regional Nate, strict muscle-ups have become a movement on many athletes radar. This can be a challenging movement to train as it requires a base level of strength as well as proper positioning on the rings to make for a smooth strict muscle-up. In today’s video, our gymnastics coach Travis Ewart goes over a couple of tips for how to get into a solid false grip when doing strict muscle-ups.

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