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BJ Gaddour - StreamFIT 2014-12-03 15:49

YO! Are you about sick and tired of Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals at this point!? It seems like every year these sales get more and more intense, haha. Well, I've got a cool deal to share with you too...

Anybody and everybody can access StreamFIT for FREE for the entire month...

StreamFIT Photo 2014-12-02 16:47

Anybody and everybody can access StreamFIT for FREE for the entire month of December compliments of Fairfield Inn!


Existing members will NOT be charged this month either, so it's free for you too! If you ...

Instagram - StreamFIT 2014-11-12 00:06

Instagram: Start your week off strong with HOLLOW-BODY BALL PASSES! Focus on pressing your lower back into the floor throughout the move. Any ball will do though you can make the move harder by using a med ball. How many passes can you complete without resting?

Instagram - StreamFIT 2014-10-16 21:47

Instagram: Almost everyone has one of these balls at home (though you can use another implement). Aside from the obvious exercises, take a moment to mobilize your shoulders.

With our arms at our sides all day our lat and tricep muscles tighten up and limit our range of motion. Use this ...

Instagram - StreamFIT 2014-10-03 15:57

Instagram: Have you tried THE BATWING ROW? Using a pair of dumbbells or kettlebells, one arm isometrically holds the top of the row position while the other arm performs dynamic full range reps. Try 40 seconds of work (or 10 reps) and 20 seconds of rest and then switch sides. #menshealth...
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