Well 2013 has been a great year for me and for the site sims 3 erweiterungen kostenlos downloaden. Last year I picked an arbitrary number of hits I’d like to have on my site over the course of the year. I wanted 100,000 total. I had no idea if this was good but decided to set a goal and go for it jedes video downloaden firefox. I ended up falling horribly short by the year’s end.
Fast forward one year. Now fitnesspainfree gets almost 100,000 hits per month. My newsletter started with just my mom and now is well over a thousand herunterladen. I’m incredibly grateful and excited by all of the people who use the site and gain insight from the content. Thanks to everyone for reading and here’s to another successful year herunterladen!
Here are the most popular posts written in 2013 in order of popularity (#1 is most popular):
My review of the CSCS examination and certification
Only a few weeks old and already gaining a lot of ground ringtoneen android. Hopefully this sheds some light on rehabbing crossfitters.
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This series of articles landed me in crossfit head quarters chatting about pullups with some smart fellows google chrome for free german.
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The whole series is almost a year in the making and certainly one of the most viewed series of articles created here herunterladen.
Still use the FMS on a daily basis at clinic. Great tool for trainers, coaches and clinicians alike. Here is a summary of the research so far on the FMS.
This article started after seeing countless people mindlessly rolling over their upper backs in hopes of getting some mobility in their thoracic spine, here’s how I like to tackle the spine with a foam roller.
Pinchy hips are commonly a problem in crossfit. Unfortunately acetabular impingement is often missed by docs and clinicians. Hopefully this article series helps you understand and correct those pinchy hips
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How to Assess and Correct Overhead Mobility Issues
FPF Podcast Episode 31: Diagnosing and Treating Running Injuries with Chris Johnson – Part 1
The Missing Ingredient to Crossfit Success and Longevity
The Best Mobility and Stability Exercises to Improve the Front Rack: Part 2 – Addressing the Shoulder Blade, Shoulder Joint, Elbow and Wrist
The Best Mobility and Stability Exercises to Improve the Front Rack: Part 1 – Addressing the Thoracic Spine
Strict Pull Ups Before Kipping Pull Ups? A Round Table Debate at Crossfit HQ with Russell Berger, Carl Paoli, Dave Durante, Jacob Tsypkin and Dan Pope
Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) Level 1 Course Review
Kipping Pullups at Crossfit HQ