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15 Halloween Costumes for Professional Procrastinators

Let’s be honest. Halloween is one of those holidays that just sneaks up on you. You get so busy doing other things that it just slips your mind. Picture this: it’s September 1, and you are planning the perfect Halloween costume. You’ve picked out the perfect dress, pinned your favorite makeup looks, practiced exactly how […]

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Overtraining

by: Breion Young & Kayla Rogers Overtraining is something that everybody has questions about. Is it good for the body? Will my performance increase or decrease? What is considered overtraining? “Overtraining is a common problem in weight training, but it can also be experienced by runners and other athletes. It occurs when the volume and […]

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Relax and Breathe

Relax and Breath Have you ever just felt that the weight of the world is on your shoulders, stress is eating you up, and there just doesn’t seem to be a way to relax? “Take a deep breath and relax.” We have all heard this before but it is very true and important to remember […]

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Week 8 – Lessons in Leadership – Marnie Taylor

Marnie Taylor discussed the three “G’s” that define her work and leadership: Grit, Grace and Gratitude. How can you incorporate these principals in your leadership development?

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Using pedometers as a motivational tool to increase physical activity.

By: Kayla Rogers & Brieon Young What tools/ incentives help motivate you get to the gym? Is it your fit bit telling you to, “Get active”? Apple watch telling you to, “Get moving/standing to long”? Or is it a simple app encouraging you to reach your 10,000 step margin? Either way all these motivational tools […]

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What is plyometrics?

by: Shana Bunce Plyometrics is nothing new to the strength and conditioning world, but is becoming more popular in individuals’ workouts. With an increase of interest in health and fitness, personal trainers and fitness instructors are looking for more powerful, interesting moves to keep people interested in exercise. Plyometrics is an exercise technique that combines strength […]

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Healthy nutrition vs unhealthy nutrient while exercising: Is exercise really just enough?

by: Breion Young and Kayla Rogers These days everybody is getting into the fitness. Gym memberships across the nation are increasing and the average member age is becoming lower by the year. For some the, “Big Step” is actually getting into the gym, finding what fits you and staying committed to it. For others that […]

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Week 7 – Lessons in Leadership – Bill Curry Video

During Bill Curry’s speech he discussed the fellowship of the miserable. How do you, as a leader, defeat the fellowship of the miserable?

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15 Ways to Get Your UCO Swag On

Hey there, Bronchos! We know that finding the perfect UCO gear can be challenging, so we have compiled a list of some of the best officially-licensed UCO gear we could find! UCO Original Wooly Crew Who needs a boyfriend when you have this sweatshirt? This zero-commitment cuddle buddy can be purchased here for $69.98. Broncho […]

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Stretch it Out

by: Shana Bunce There are many different workout trends that offer great benefits. You may experience physical benefits such as more energy or greater muscle mass. But is there something missing from your work out? Maybe in the cool down? Taking a lap around the track or decreasing the resistance on your recumbent bike are […]

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