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Chunking Goals: Breakdown the Big Goals Into Smaller Actionable Steps

Having BIG HAIRY AUDACIOUS GOALS (BHAGS) is great! For many that can feel overwhelming. I know it can feel that way for me. To make your BHAGs more manageable you must break them down into actionable steps. Anthony Robins calls this chunking. Brian Tracy does a wonderful job of laying this process out as well […]
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FLY This-Eric Beard Shows a Cool Variation for Core Stability plus Another Fitness Challenge

I love exercises that integrate the lumbo-pelvic hip complex stabilizers with the movers of the extremities. Kneeling, standing, lunging plus any variety of movement the options are limitless. They can help with athletic performance enhancement, metabolic training and corrective exercise. This is one of my favorites. I hope you enjoy! I shot this at NASM […]
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One Mall, 3 Golf Courses, 100 Tennis Courts, 126 Parks, 32 Personal Trainers, The 2009 PGA Championship and a Dash of Correctve Exercise in MN…but no Tiger Woods.

I was on the road again this weekend after a great Corrective Exercise Specialist Workshop in New York City last weekend I taught a Certified Personal Trainer Workshop in Bloomington, MN. I had not been to Minnesota for about two years and was looking forward to the trip. I has stayed in Minneapolis a couple […]
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