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12
Dec

How Stick Training Can Make You a Better Athlete

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When you exercise on a regular basis, the last thing you want is to get hurt. Everyone wants to stay injury free, but when you’re an athlete you can’t afford to miss out on training. That’s why recovery/injury prevention programs that compliment sport specific training are a must for any athlete. Athletes have been using […]

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08
May

Stick Mobility Benefits

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Mobility There’s more to fitness than lifting weights and gaining strength. Mobility is an essential part of any workout. Being mobile is a crucial aspect of being healthy. If we are not able to move a joint freely through its full range of motion, then we are putting ourselves at an increased risk of injury, […]

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25
Jun

Two exercises to add power to your golf game

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Box Jump 1/2 Kneeling med ball slam Two exercises to add power to your golf game When a potential golf client comes to me inevitably I get asked will your program add distance to my golf game? They have been lifting weights stretching etc yet can’t seem to add any yards to their drive. One […]

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22
Jun

3 hip exercises for a more consistent and powerful golf swing

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3 hip exercises for a more powerful and consistent golf swing If you have tight hips you are missing crucial motion for your golf swing. Without proper mobility and stability to rotate your hips, your swing is limited of power. If you have proper hip mobility you can internally and externally rotate your hips 45 […]

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10
Apr

Video: Tampa Strength New Location Off Gandy Blvd

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Video: Tampa Strength now off Gandy Blvd at our new location. Stop by and check out how we’re promoting a healthy lifestyle through fun, not punishment.

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10
Apr

Single Dumb Bell Workout

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Single Dumb Bell Workout  

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10
Apr

Single Kettlebell Workout

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Single Kettlebell Workout

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03
Apr

Not Just About Balance: The importance of single leg training

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Not Just About Balance: The importance of single leg training   Being able to balance on one leg is incredibly important for healthy movement for life. A good majority of all activities us humans do involve being on one leg. It is something that well…makes us human! James Earls’ book Born to Walk explains it […]

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28
Mar

Battle Rope Circuit Training

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Battle Rope Circuit Training: Check out our trainer Nick and his killer battle rope circuit that is sure to make you feel the burn! If you’re ready to make working out fun while meeting your fitness goals, contact Shawn@tampastrength.com. Want daily motivation? Follow us on social media: Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter!

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19
Mar

Optimism for a new you: exercise science shows glass is half full

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Optimism for a new you is simple with a few exercise science tidbits that show you why the glass is half full when it comes to transforming your body and movement. Let’s be honest, changing your habits is hard work! For many, the change seems impossible. There is no denying that starting the journey towards […]

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30
Jan

Hardwired for Food: Why We Crave and Cave

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Hardwired for Food: Why We Crave and Cave- Have you ever had a craving for a food that you know isn’t really good for you? Something greasy or sweet or salty or all of the above. You know better, studied the nutrition, and are aware of the excessive calories.   But you eat it anyway. I […]

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12
Dec

5 Reasons Your Independent Golf Regimen Isn’t Working

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5 Reasons Your Independent Golf Regimen Isn’t Working Whether you’re a professional golfer or just out for some weekend fun, your overall goal is to consistently improve. Most golfers are now aware of the benefits of integrating a fitness program into their training program. Accordingly, many have worked out their own training regimen, rather than […]

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01
Dec

Exercise vs. Diet: Why Both Are Important

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Exercise vs. Diet: Why Both Are Important The New Year is quickly approaching.  Which means individuals across the globe are resolving to take better care of themselves and get healthier.   For some, that means quitting smoking or spending more time with family.  Others vow to eat right and hit the gym.   Whatever you’re […]

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06
Nov

Why Soreness Isn’t Always a Sign of a Great Workout

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Why Soreness Isn’t Always a Sign of a Great Workout How many times have you heard or uttered yourself, “That was an incredible workout!  I couldn’t walk for days.”  We’ve all been there.   For years, athletes and lifters believed muscle soreness was an indicator of a successful workout.  More recent studies, however, reveal just […]

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04
Nov

You foam rolled…now what? Implications of fascia in training (Part 1)

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You foam rolled…now what? Implications of fascia in training Part 1 Okay so everywhere you look- the internet, social media, and hopefully our previous article, are reasons why you should use a foam roller. Is that the end to this fascia thing? I just rolled around on the ground which hurts and I’m supposed to […]

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07
Aug

Bridging the Gap Between the Gym and the Golf Course

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If you haven’t noticed, professional sports is a big business. Our television stations are flooded with various games, matches, rounds, etcetera each weekend, and often during the week, too. And sports’ popularity seems to be growing exponentially every day.   In response, the professional and amateur ranks are becoming more crowded and competitive, which raises […]

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05
Aug

Are you Training or Working Out?

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Training and working out, same thing right? Not at all! There is a difference between these two, the biggest difference is the mindset and preparation before even entering the gym, field, court, or weight room. Even the definitions of the two words show differentiation.   Training –  : a process by which someone is taught […]

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