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Top 3 Things I Wish Everyone Knew About Optimal Health and Fitness

  Today I want to share three things that have made me a better coach and have improved our clients’ results DRAMATICALLY! As I consult with people on a daily basis I’ve come to realize that these basics are some...

Reset Your Day in Less Than 5 Minutes with this Corrective Exercise

Embed from Getty Images If you’re familiar with Complete Fitness Results at all, you know one thing we really hone in on is corrective exercise. That’s why it’s in every single warm up and is strongly encouraged to do daily--...

Why You Should Give a Crap about Breathing and Corrective Exercise

  Today I want to talk about two very important topics in regards to health and fitness: breathing and corrective exercise. These are two subjects that, if you’ve ever trained at Complete Fitness Results, you know are the foundation of...

Deadlifting 101

Embed from Getty Images Do you want to slim down? Bulk up? Move well? Maybe you just want to look better at your current weight. If you’re interested in any of these but aren’t practicing the art of deadlifting, I...

What’s with the New Weird Stuff in Our Warm-Up?

If you train at CFR you have without a doubt noticed that we have made a few changes to our warm-up.  A lot of people have been asking questions like: *Why is it important to do the breathing stuff? *Why...

How Can Recovery Help You Lose Weight?

Did you know that recovery is just as important as your workout? Overtraining can cause many people to plauteau, and more importantly, keep you from getting the results you want! In this video, Jared, co-founder of Smart Group Training, explains...

Plank – Mastering Movements

With the first video in our Mastering Movements video series, we bring you the plank.  The plank is one of the most basic exercises, but you would be surprised how often it is done incorrectly. Check out the video below...