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IPF College Athlete Updates

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Here is the latest update on our Summer 5:30am “College” Athletes, and what has transpired since the returned to School. Before going any further, the overwhelming Positive Feedback we have received from our Athletes (and their Coaches) regarding their Overall Health, their Fitness + Strength Testing, their Feedback from Coaches, and, most importantly, their own […]

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Breakfast Opportunities

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We hear it again and again, “I have the same thing every day”, “I don’t have time”, or the dreaded “I wanted the extra Sleep” … The difficult part of hearing these refrains so often is that they represent missed opportunities for Improvement and Enjoyment! Breakfast is typically your first occasion for Success each Day […]

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Some (not “The”) Rules of Fitness…

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Each year I get upset when I see Trainers in our Field author articles talking about “Lessons they have Learned”, or “10 years and 10 Truths”, or even better, “The Rules of Fitness Engagement”, etc… I get angry because Fitness is different for everyone, and almost impossible to narrow down into perfect little Mantras or […]

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Lag Time

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Lag Time “The period of time between two closely related events, phenomena, etc., as between stimulus and response or between cause and effect:”   Everyone understands that there will be a Period of Time between the “Start” of something and the “Effect” of that something when we begin anything. Start College, and you may Graduate […]

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Simple Is as Simple Does…

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Life is About Choices. We spend Childhood (and the Rest of our Lives) “Training” to Understand all of the Possibilities in this Great World, and Adulthood trying to Piece them Together… The Famous Quote, “Life is a Sum of Your Choices” (“So What are You Doing Today”) is a reminder that Opportunity comes with Choice, […]

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What I’m Doing to Feel Better: Walter Norton Jr.

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Let’s start by saying that not everyday begins with jumping out of bed, doing a cartwheel, and high-fiving the mirror. There are plenty of days that I am Tired, would benefit from more Sleep, and just want to snuggle with my Dogs… But most Days, I feel damn good. I am excited for the Day, […]

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Why is IPF so “Different”?

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A relatively new Client asked us the other day why we were so “Different” from the previous places her children had been. I wasn’t really sure what to say, as we don’t have enough Time or actual Intel to know what goes on in other Training Programs… With all honesty, I just don’t care, and […]

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College Success Stories!

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Every year our Summer Session is the Best of What We Do, and Who We Do It With! The Kids/Athletes are fantastic, in so many ways: They are Introduced to Training, and Love It! They Develop Confidence, Inside and Out! They Learn How to Communicate, with Teammates, Coaches and Friends! They Learn How to Make […]

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Why Adult Training?

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Disclosure: We Sell Training. We Train many different types of People, with an Age Range of 11yrs to 67yrs Old, and an Athletic Spectrum that varies from never Played a Sport to Gold Medalists. We Sell Training and are Really Good at Helping People Improve…   Why our Adult Training is potentially a Great Fit […]

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Building Breakfast

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It is amazing that Breakfast has become a controversial topic in 2019: Do I Eat or Fast? What Do I Eat?     Carbs? Fat? Protein? How much Time should be between my Breakfast and Workout? Does Coffee count as Breakfast? Am I “Allowed” to Eat Fruit for Breakfast? Can I Eat the Same Thing Everyday?   […]

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