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Fitness Trackers! What You Need To Know!

Fitness Trackers! What You Need To Know!

Fitness Trackers: Exercise is usually a great compliment to chiropractic treatment. In fact, many chiropractors recommend regular exercise to their patients. It helps with pain management and speeds healing as well as give your mood a healthy, natural boost.

Fitness trackers are a popular workout tool that helps people set fitness goals, track their progress, and get healthier. How can they help chiropractic patients though? What can they offer that will patients get more out of their treatments? Find out what you need to know about chiropractic and fitness trackers.

Fitness Trackers

It Takes More Than The Tech To Get You Fit.

All the flashy, high tech bells and whistles in the world won�t roll you out of bed in the morning and place you on the treadmill. No fancy wristband will get you up and moving, getting exercise and getting fit. The tech is cool. It is fun and exciting, but it won�t get you fit. Only you can do that.

So if you are getting a fitness tracker with the belief that it is going to be some kind of fitness magic bullet, that just won�t happen. It is great as a fitness buddy, a tool, a nifty gadget that may help motivate you and help you achieve your fitness goals. In the end, though, you are the one driving that car. You are in control.

Is A Fitness Tracker For You?

There are so many fitness trackers on the market with an almost endless list of features. Finding the one that is right for you, or if you could even benefit from a fitness tracker takes a bit of research. Look for features that work for you and the activities you will be pursing.

For instance, if you enjoy water-based fitness activities you might want a waterproof model. There are also data limits, screen sizes (or no screen at all), heart rate tracking options, and whether you want a clip on tracker or one that straps on your wrist.

Before making your purchase, take some time to research all of the features that are available to you then decide what you like and what features would best help you meet your fitness goals.

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How To Get The Most Out Of Your Fitness Tracker.

Once you have your fitness tracker you will want to make a plan to ensure that you get the most out of it. Try these tips to make your fitness tracker work its best for you.

Identify clear cut goals. When you begin your fitness quest, the first thing you need to do is know where you want to go with it. It is a good idea to record your stats at the beginning and then update them every month or so. This will let you see how many more steps you are taking, how much weight you�ve lost, or whatever else you wish to accomplish.

Set attainable benchmarks. Benchmarks help you along as you work toward your goal. The key is setting them so that they are attainable but still present a bit of a challenge. If weight loss is your key, you might set benchmarks for every two months. For fitness goals, you may set benchmarks for a certain number of steps in a given time or a certain number of workouts each week. When you reach a benchmark, celebrate a little.

Wear it on your non-dominant wrist. The Journal, Medical and Science in Sports and Exercise published a study that revealed participants who wore fitness trackers on their wrists throughout the day found that they were more accurate when worn on the non-dominant wrist. The theory is that the non-dominant wrist moves less, giving a more accurate reading.

Calibrate your tracker to match your stride. Not everyone has the same stride. You may be very tall or very short; you might take longer strides or time steps. Whatever the case, you�ll get the most out of your fitness tracker by calibrating your stride. Most trackers will provide instructions for doing the calibration. It is well worth taking the time to complete it.

Incorporate other apps to boost your fitness efforts. Many fitness trackers will recommend other apps that can help you meet your goals and you can sync them to your tracker. However, you can also look for apps on your own that can help. There are so many different fitness apps out there from food tracking to apps that use your phone�s GPS to provide more accurate measurements on your runs, walks, or bike rides.

The more fit you are the better your chiropractic treatments will typically work. Fitness trackers can help you reach your goals and get the most out of your chiropractic care.

Injury Medical Clinic: Sport Injury Treatments

Friday 4/20/17

Friday 4/20/17

Warm-up
Bergener Warm-Up t/ Sn
4 minute EMOM
Suspend Sn 2 @ 80% (try maintain club in fingers for that 2 repetitions)

Relaxation 2min

4min EMOM
Suspend Sn 1 @ 90%

Players however understanding the grab is going to do following:
4min EMOM
Suspend Sn 4 @ lightweight

MetCon
AMRAP Fifteen Minutes
12 GHD Situps (sc: V-ups)
9 Torso to Club (sc: Leaping C2B)
6 OHS (L1: 55/75 L2: 75/115 L3: 115/155 Comp: 145/205)

Additional Power:
Tabata Abs: 20 Fits
5 Rounds- Hollow Stones
5 Models- Russian Turns
5 Models- Crunched Horizontal Heel Taps
5 Models- Situps
*a tabata round is 2o moments function/10 moments relaxation�

Thursday 4/20/17

Thursday 4/20/17

Warmup:
200m Run
Grap someone and do switching
5 Burpees
10 Pushups
15 Squats
for 7min

Strength:
Stop Back Lift (2sec)
Discover H2

Subsequently Normal Back 2&occasions;3 @ same H2 fat

MetCon
40-30-20-10
1 Supply Switching DB Sn (50/35)(40/30)(35/25)
10-20-30-40
DB Cup Squats (same dumbbell)
5 Burpees between ea change (40 total)

*May alternative KB within this exercise

Additional Power
1) Banded Horizontal Hikes- 3x25m (each side)
2) Single-Leg KB Deadlifts- 3�12 (each leg)
3) Hip Extensions- 3&occasions;12 (biggest)�

Wednesday 4/18/17

Wednesday 4/18/17

In this cycle we will be working on pull strength, prepping for a better Memorial Day Murph, and extra supplemental strength work to do on your own after or before WOD. You can find this video here.

By the way, �Murph� is a workout that we do every Memorial Day. It is a classic CrossFit workout that just about every CrossFitter has done at one point or another. It is done in memory of Navy Lieutenant Michael Murphy, 29, of Patchogue, N.Y., who was killed in Afghanistan June 28th, 2005. (Yes, the same guy the Lone Survivor Movie featured)

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Warmup:
3 Rounds:
8 Hip Extensions w/ 3sec pause half way
12 Lunges
16 Jumping Jacks

Strength:
Superset
4 Sets
a) Sumo DL x 2 @ H
b) 5-10 Glute Ham Raise

Skill: kipping Pullups (if time)

MetCon:
�Straight Helen��
1200m Run
63 Kettlebell Swings (Rx:55/35, Sc 44/25)
36 Pullups

Time Cap: 16min

Supplemental Strength:
1) Superset x 4:
DB Bench Press x 8 (heaviest)
One Arm DB Row x 8 (ea arm)
2) Dips- 4�7 (Heaviest)
3) Barbell Curls- 4�8 (heaviest)

Tuesday 4/17/17

Tuesday 4/17/17

In this cycle we will be working on pull strength, prepping for a better Memorial Day Murph, and extra supplemental strength work to do on your own after or before WOD. You can find this video here.

By the way, �Murph� is a workout that we do every Memorial Day. It is a classic CrossFit workout that just about every CrossFitter has done at one point or another. It is done in memory of Navy Lieutenant Michael Murphy, 29, of Patchogue, N.Y., who was killed in Afghanistan June 28th, 2005. (Yes, the same guy the Lone Survivor Movie featured)

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Skill/Warmup
200m Run then
Spend 10min working
Barbell Hang Clean & Jerk

Strength:
Strict Press
Find HS then 2 x 2-4 @80% �

MetCon:
22 min to go as far as possible
30 Burpee over Bar
15 Clean & Jerks (Rx: 135/95 Sc: start at 50% )
30 Box Jump (24/20?�)
12 Clean & jerks (Rx: 155/105 Sc: add 10-20lbs)
30 HSPU (or 6 wall walks)
9 Clean & Jerks (Rx: 185/125 Sc: add 10-20lb)
30/24 Cal Row
6 Clean & Jerks (Rx: 225/145 Sc: add 10-20lb)
300m Run
3 Clean & Jerks (255/165 Sc: add 10-20lb)
30 V-up Situps
Max Clean & Jerk (275/185 Sc: add 10-20lb)

*** every 5min MUST REST 1min, unless you are at the last C&Js****�


Supplemental Strength Work

1) Bulgarian Split Squats- 3�10 each leg
2) Weighted Sit-ups- 3�15-20
3) Hollow Rocks- 3�15-20
4) Standing Teapots- 3�12 each side�

Monday 4/17/17

Monday 4/17/17

As mentioned in this cycle we will be working on pull strength, setting up for a better Memorial Day Murph, and extra supplemental strength work to do on your own after or before WOD. You can find this video here.

By the way, �Murph� is a workout that we do every Memorial Day. It is a classic CrossFit workout that just about every CrossFitter has done at one point or another. It is done in memory of Navy Lieutenant Michael Murphy, 29, of Patchogue, N.Y., who was killed in Afghanistan June 28th, 2005. (Yes, the same guy the Lone Survivor Movie featured)

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Today we will be attacking a version of Murph. However, the sets of gymnastic work will be mandated to bigger sets than most people use, building some muscle endurance.

WOD
�70% Murph�
1100m Run
70 Pullups
140 Pushups
210 Squats
1100m Run

Middle MUST be done in 10 sets of
7 Pullups
14 Pushups
21 Squats

COACH NOTE: Dont be afraid of this workout. It may look intimidating at first glance but if needed, like always, you can scale the length of the run and/or each movemen. That�s what your coaches are for. All skill levels can definitely accomplish today�s workout.

� Coach Marc

Supplemental Strength Work
1) Kettblebell RDLs- 3�15 @ Heaviest
2) Wide Grip Lat Pulldowns- 3�8-10@ heaviest
3) Seated Row- 3�8-10@ heaviest

Friday, April 14, 2017

Friday, April 14, 2017

Skill:�Romanian Deadlifts

Strength:

Superset x 4:
-10 Romanian Deadlifts (no touch) @ 50%-60% of 1RM
-100ft Sled Push (@50%BW)

Metcon:�

12 Minute AMRAP:
10 Hang Snatches (RX: 115/75)(L3: 135/95)
12m HS Walk
14 Alternating Pistol Squats

Supplemental Work:

Flex Friday!
1) Tricep Rope Pulldowns- 4�10
2) DB Hammer Curls- 4�10 each arm
3) KB Skull Crushers- 4�15
4) Barbell Curls- 4�15

Thursday, April 13, 2017

Thursday, April 13, 2017

I�ve had a ton of fun coaching you all this week! There�s been a pretty good vibe and buzz around the gym lately and it�s awesome to be able to be a part of.

Today�s metcon should be handled as a sprint interval workout. This simply means that when it�s your turn to work, you need to try and move quickly because you will have a decent amount of rest in-between your individual working rounds. Have fun!

-Jon Jon

Strength:

Superset x 5:
10 Bench Presses @ 60%
10 Difficult Ring Rows (weighted, if necessary)

*rest about 2 minutes between sets

Metcon:

Teams of 2 (alternating every round, relay style):

6 Rounds:
200m Run
25 Wallballs

4 Rounds:
200m Run
25 GHD Situps (if there aren�t enough machines, x2 sit-ups)

Supplemental Work:

1) Hollow Rocks- 3�15
2) Knees-up Crunches- 3�30
3) Crunched Heel Taps- 3�30

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Skill:

Clear Complicated

Strength:

15 Moments to Locate Biggest:
Suspend Energy Clear + Energy Clear + Clear

Metcon:

For Time:
15-12-9-6-3
Burpee pullups (L3: C2B)
Deadlifts
(RX: 225/155)(SC:165/105)

*For RX and L3, pullup club ought to be above ranking reach

Additional Function:

1) KB Sumo Squats- 3�10
2) Cedar Store- 3�1-moment
3) Large KB Shrugs- 3�10
4) Dead Weighs- 3�1-moment

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

We started off this week with a BANG! Today is no different. There is no strength work, which means that you should expect a metcon that is a little on the longer side. Have Fun!

-Jon Jon

Metcon:

A) 2 Rounds:
500m Run
15 Clean and Jerks
(RX: 135/95)(Sc: 115/75)

B) 2 Rounds:
500m Row
50 Air Squats

C) 2 Rounds:
1000m BIke
25 KB Swings
(RX: 55/35)(SC: 44/25)

Supplemental Work:

1) Bent Over Rows- 3�10
2) Lat Pull-downs- 3�10
3) DB Bench Press- 3�10
4) Seated DB Shoulder Press- 3�10

Monday, April 10, 2017

As mentioned previously, we will be beginning a new programming “style” for the next few weeks. Marc and I will be focusing a lot on pulling strength and also be working towards optimizing your Murph time this year. Murph is May 29, which leaves us roughly 7 weeks to train for it. Expect at least 1 Metcon per week that is a bit on the longer side (30-40 minutes) and some good strength work and high intensity Metcons on the other days. Also, we will be throwing in some extra/optional supplemental programming that will compliment the day’s work. This supplemental work is to be done on your own and not within the hour of class. LETS DO THIS!

-Jon Jon

Strength:

Back Squats
E2MOM x 4
7 Squats @ 65% of 1RM

Metcon:

5 Rounds:
10 HR Pushups (L3: HSPU)
10 Pwr Snatch (75/55)(L3:95/65)
10 Toes to Bar

Supplemental:

1) Banded Lateral Walks- 3x20m each side
2) Single-Leg KB Deadlifts- 3×10 each side
3) Hip Extensions- 3×10 @ Heaviest