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STR/KE MVMNT

I worked in them, I trained in them, I travelled in them, and although I was under contract with Reebok to wear their shoes during my “public work hours”, as soon as I was off the clock the Reeboks would come off and the Strikes would come on.

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Magical Mayo

Ditch traditional, store bought mayonnaises with their junky vegetable oils and make your own!

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Fit To Be

Freestyle Connection presents, Fit To Be: a short bio documentary about Coach Carl Paoli.

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16 Barz

16 Barz is a short film inspired by rap music. Darryl uses the analogy of sixteen bars, which is a common style of composition in rap music, to present us with the highest expression of creativity, flow, versatility, style, uniqueness, technical ability, and skill.

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Burpee Mechanics & Skill Transfer — Burpee Levels 3+4 (Part 3 of 3)

Once you nailed burpee level 2, you’ve done most of the work. Level 2 is the hardest one to get through. Now, let’s dive into burpee level 3+4.

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Burpee Mechanics & Skill Transfer — Burpee Levels 1+2 (Part 2 of 3)

Once you’ve nailed the jumping and landing positions, you’re ready for the most basic burpee. It’s important to spend time and nail the positions with good mechanics from the beginning in order to achieve the highest level burpee, avoid injuries, and build a long lasting, strong body.

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Burpee Mechanics & Skill Transfer — Introduction (Part 1 of 3)

Part 1 of a 3 part series breaks down the burpee and it’s importance in movement. This series is applicable to all levels and will teach you how to efficiently do burpees. We break it down to foot position, hip position, landing position, pushup mechanics, and kipping/bowing.

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Hold The Standard

“Get what you came for.” – Logan Gelbrich.

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The 3 Student Stages

When it comes to developmental based relationships- such as the parent to child, teacher to student, or mentor to mentee- there are three distinctive stages the student transitions through.


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