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Struggle

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“The Struggle is Real” is one of my least favorite “Sayings” that is commonly used these days… It is typically associated with a simple act that has become difficult, and the desired outcome is Humor… For some, being funny when things become tough is an appropriate outlet and lets them take a breath… For many, […]

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Accountability

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Of all the current Buzzwords in our Field(s) (Health, Wellness, Strength and Conditioning, Fitness, etc.), the only Term that may be Underrated and Under-Valued is “Accountability” …   Accountability has been thrown around like a baseball for years: “I need some Accountability in my Life” “I use my Trainer to keep me Accountable with regards […]

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Nov-Dec Success!

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We provide two Opportunities each year (Nov-Dec to Remember, Summer Shed) for our Adults to Improve in a ~9 Week Challenge Phase. Both Periods of Time are Exciting, Exhausting, Revealing and Rewarding… We have just concluded our 2018 November-December to Remember with ~50 Adults and it was our Best “Event” since we opened over 10 […]

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What Your Kids Listen To…

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There are few “Absolutes” in the Coaching World, or in the Real World, that Hold True 100% of the time… There are, however, a number of Generalizations or even Stereotypes that exist because they are the “Norm”… One of the Big Ones is: “Don’t Coach your Kids”, or as we like to say, the next […]

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Rehab Part II

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Rehab is a dirty word. It carries with it a Negative Connotation for most of the Population. Hear that someone is “In” or “Doing” Rehab, and you immediately ask “What Happened? Are they OK?” … I am not sure if that Stigma is justifiable, particularly as it reinforces Negative stereotypes and has repercussions on many […]

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4 Things You Should Take from our Evening of Opportunity!

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IPF’s “Evening of Opportunity” was an Amazing mix of Scientific Information and Life-Driven Enlightenment of How to “Get Your Shit Together”… Seriously. The Blend of Science, Human Trial and Error, and Empirical Evidence is what gives us the Best Opportunity to Understand History (our Own and Others) and Predict the Future… There are Positives and […]

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Rehab Is Not a Dirty Word

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Before we begin, let me acknowledge that Rehab(ilitation) has contributed to much of our Success @IPF and my personal Fitness Career… I owe “Rehab” a great deal of payback as we have Profited through Financial Gain, Relationships with Great People, been continually Inspired by Incredible Work Ethic, and been eternally Motivated through Sheer Will and […]

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4 Things We See in Champions (and Achievers)

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Having Olympic Ice Hockey Gold Medalists Gigi Marvin and Amanda Pelkey Training at IPF Everyday is Awesome. There are so many Positives for the Clients they Workout with, the Staff that Coaches’ them and the Environment that it Creates, that it would be difficult to list them all…   Which got me Wondering, What Do […]

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Social Media: Damned if You Do, Damned if You Don’t…

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Look us up on Social Media. @ipfnews or @walternortonjr on Instagram and similarly on Facebook. We look Amazing. Our Gym is Big, Clean and has Great Energy. The People are Hard-Working, Focused, and some are even Famous (some not). Everything you see is “Good”, down to the Smiles, music and Hashtags… And that is How […]

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Athlete News + Highlights

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We have so many People doing so very well right now that we thought we should share their Success: Athlete News + Highlights: Mackenzie Kennedy (Endicott ‘20) shattered her own Physical Testing Records with Women’s Volleyball. Last year, she Set the Records for Push-Ups, Sit-Ups, and 300yd Shuttle Testing. This Year, she Broke them all […]

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