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Motivation for Exercise

A funny thing happened to me one day in an 0600hr physical training formation, while I was still in the Active Duty military.  Our Executive Officer at the time, turned to me and asked how I got my motivation for exercise at such an early hour of the morning. I turned to her and replied enthusiastically, “Well, I have two cups of coffee, foam roll,…and then snort a foot long line of cocaine of the kitchen counter!” The very next[…]

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#1 Problem Between You and Success – Curd Delivers some Tough Love

  Have you ever wondered why you’re not as successful as you wish to be? How is it that a few people can achieve amazing results on the training or weight loss goals while most people can barely get up in the morning to go for a walk? It’s like there’s something standing in the way between you and success. Well, the truth of the matter is, there is something standing in your way and until you learn to deal[…]

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Workout of the Day – Infinity Prowler Sprints

So today’s workout was a little too awesome for words, so I thought I’d add a little flare to it.  Prowler sprints anyone? And you’re welcome! Today’s workout is the INFINITY PROWLER SPRINTS, basically a long, arduous prowler workout. In this workout the only goal is to keep adding weight to the prowler and keep that puppy moving for as long as possible. There’s no real time frame until completion or failure to complete a full lap with the prowler.[…]

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Workout of the Day Tuesday March 4th – Legs and Back

Everyday at Hostyle Conditioning we run many different types and levels of workouts depending the groups and individual sessions. Here we will post just one of the workouts that we do. They will vary from Kettlebell – Powerlifting – General conditioning – Barbell conditioning. We believe in variety and improving our mental as well as physical toughness. Good form and effort are the bench marks for our clients success. It had been a long time since I Had hit some[…]

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Adapting to a successful fitness lifestyle to change your life

Changing your life takes time, commitment and consistency. You have to be able to want to change your lifestyle, nobody can make the change except for you! A lifestyle is a change made for life. Make changes for tomorrow, not just for today. Look ahead and envision where you would like to be, now, think where you are now, and what are the steps to take in order to get to where you want to be. Here are 3 ways[…]

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Youth Conditioning – Prevent Knee Injuries in Youth Athletics

Younger athletes need a foundational level of skills in both the squat and proper technique in jumping mechanics to avoid knee injuries.  It sounds quite simple, but many younger athletes have trouble performing these basic moves which could help save their knees from a lifetime of pain and knee injury. Today the focus of our coaching is to try and correct one of the most common errors in squatting and jumping technique.  Valgus collapse, essentially when the knees come together[…]

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Workout of the Day Friday Feb 28 – Race to 50

Today at Hostyle Conditioning my semi-private training clients had mentioned that they were wanting to test their skills at their pullups!  Hence the workout of the day is the Race to 50 Pullups! Well, low and behold their was a great workout that had been sitting on the back burner for a while, as it’s pretty rough on the old pulling muscles. The Pull Up The pullup is a foundational exercise that everyone should be able to perform in order[…]

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Workout of the Day Wednesday Feb 26 – Intensity and Conditioning

Everyday at Hostyle Conditioning we run many different types and levels of workouts depending the groups and individual sessions. Here we will post just one of the workouts that we do. They will vary from Kettlebell – Powerlifting – General conditioning – Barbell conditioning. We believe in variety and improving our mental as well as physical toughness. Good form and effort are the bench marks for our clients success. Working out should consist of two principles, fun and intensity. Now[…]

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Workout of the Day Tuesday Feb 25 – Chest and Triceps

Everyday at Hostyle Conditioning we run many different types and levels of workouts depending the groups and individual sessions. Here we will post just one of the workouts that we do. They will vary from Kettlebell – Powerlifting – General conditioning – Barbell conditioning. We believe in variety and improving our mental as well as physical toughness. Good form and effort are the bench marks for our clients success. Monday February 24th 6:00 am Mobility Warm Up Weights Bench Press[…]

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Special Youth Conditioning Interview with former US NAVY SEAL Stew Smith

Stew Smith, a former Navy SEAL, Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach and fantastic strength and fitness writer joins CPT SMASH to share his insights on youth strength training and conditioning. Stew started out as an enthusiastic football player and powerlifter, who joined the US Navy SEALs, serving eight years as part of a SEAL team and now focuses his efforts on providing superior strength and conditioning programs to help develop and prepare the tactical athlete to sustain the rigors of[…]

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