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3 Resistant Band Pulling Progressions to Add to Your Workout

Plenty effective exercises can be done with minimal equipment using a simple resistant band. Bands offer an accommodating resistance as tension increases the more the band is stretched, recruiting more muscles to complete the range of motion. Depending on body position, and the angle and height of the band, you can recruit more muscles on […]



Make a Plan to Succeed

Make a Plan to Succeed

Have a plan in place. Research has proven that when we EXPLICITLY formulate a plan for attaining a goal, you are more likely to overcome the obstacles that may arise. That means if you want to create better conditions to succeed, being intentional with your planning is key. It will take more than just SAYING […]



WELCOME JOANNA AMSTEVEEN, MS, RD, CSSN, LDN

WELCOME JOANNA AMSTEVEEN, MS, RD, CSSN, LDN

Joanna Amstelveen and WPT are partnering to offer a full service solution for clients and athletes to have the elite expertise in training and nutrition to help maximize fitness and performance. It is safe to say that nutrition plays a vital role in your body composition goals, as well as your performance goals. How you […]


5 Tips to Help Beat Sugar Cravings (Video)

5 Tips to Help Beat Sugar Cravings (Video)

We all get them at some point (at least us normal people). You all of a sudden crave chocolate, or that piece of leftover cake, heck maybe even a pack of sour skittles or a bowl of cinnamon toast crunch. Ok that’s me. Either way it happens, and there are ways to better manage it. […]


The Kiro Core: A Powerful Tool to Create Better Athletes

The Kiro Core: A Powerful Tool to Create Better Athletes

Chances are, when you think of the words “Core Training” one of the first thoughts that come to mind is sit ups and planks. Not bad exercises to do to “strengthen” your core, but definitely not the only exercises for “core” training. These focus on just a single aspect of true “core”strength. On that note, […]



Food for Thought...and Injury

Food for Thought…and Injury

Injuries happen. It is one of those things in life that is inevitable. You could be a football player who tears his ACL during a practice, OR you could be corporate employee who blows his ankle out going up the stairs while headed in the office. It happens. Now, the obvious thing to do is […]