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When we were young, we used to sprint to get everywhere! It wasn’t something that we had to think about, it was just the way we got around. But as we age, we tend to slow down and sprinting is no longer the way we move. This is unfortunate, as sprinting has been demonstrated to … Continue reading Sprinting Should Be Part of Your Workouts
Back to Function has added Reformer Pilates! We have a brand new Balanced Body Allegro Reformer and private 1-on-1 workouts will be taught by Whitney Salcer Sulentor starting immediately. Whitney is native to southern California and attended Mira Costa High School before getting a scholarship to play NCAA Division 1 volleyball at Southern Methodist University … Continue reading Reformer Pilates Now Available at Back to Function
Leaving the dog days of summer and entering the start of the NFL season, MLB playoffs, and the NHL in October, we are witnessing the best athletes in their individual sports competing. Professional athletic performance is a result of years of sports-specific training and sometimes more importantly off-season therapy and workouts. When it comes to … Continue reading Do You Train Like an Athlete?
Are you looking for a way to measure your overall fitness level? Do you want to hit the gym, but aren’t really sure what you should spend time working on? Cardio? Strength? Flexibility? The BTF Fitness Challenge is a unique series of 10 body weight-based tests. Each of the 10 tests is designed to measure … Continue reading BTF Fitness Challenge
The 7 minute workout is a short but intense workout routine has received a lot of publicity, and it has even been covered in the Health & Fitness Journal by the American College of Sports Medicine. But is it really possible to lose fat, build up strength and get healthy and fit by exercising for … Continue reading Does the 7 Minute Workout Work? Here Are the Facts