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Everton, E$, Bevvers, Cleverton. The man, the myth, the legend. Learn more about the leader of our evenings at Spindle from this Q & A!
Crawling. Leopard Crawls. Baby Crawls. Axis Crawls. Why do we do this stuff? What is the right way to do it? Kanome explores the wide world of Spindle crawls.
Sometimes when you make a bad food choice or miss a training session, you say "F*ck It" and eat like an idiot the rest of the day or skip the rest of your week of training. This mentality can be detrimental to your goals and we'd like to help reframe your mindset!
This is a series of videos showing you how to foam roll different areas of your upper body. Everton Davidson, otherwise known as E$, Cleverton, Beverton, etc. is our educator today.
Resolutions can be great as long as you can stick to them. We have some ideas on why we see people fail and what you can do to keep that initial motivation burst going well into the new year.
Despite the sharpened focus upon the booty, many are missing the true hero beneath the cheeks - one of the largest muscle groups in the body and, in my opinion, one of the most important. Sadly, even in our keister obsessed country, the glutes get left behind. Hah, butt puns.
As a juggler, Bucky has spent hours working on a single trick and basic moves on the path to mastery. Unfortunately, hours of training the same thing over and over can negatively effect your arms and shoulders, limiting shoulder mobility, making it difficult to do backcrosses (behind the back throws) and other juggling tricks. To combat my body getting tighter, I use a handful of shoulder exercises and strategies detailed in this post.
Training is tough on the body. It’s challenging. You’re pushing yourself to new limits. Whether you’re just starting out with training or trying something new/harder as a seasoned veteran, sometimes that means you’re going to be really sore. But when is soreness something more serious? And how should you think about injuries in relation to your training?
We've changed things a bit. Why? What's our story? What does it all mean?
Christine shares her experience adding Spindle cardio programming to her overall training plan. We are excited to offer this option to Spindle members as an add on to our overall service.