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The Strength & Conditioning Blog: Altitude Training (Part 2): Hypoxic Training for Injury Rehabilitation

Cells and tissue require oxygen for survival and function. When there is an injury to tissue or bone, oxygen is required for healing. When cells and tissues are in a hypoxic state a number of adaptive responses occur as they make better use of the limited oxygen available.


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10 Chain Exercises Guaranteed to Develop Massive Strength and Mental Toughness. | Fight Camp Conditioning

10 Chain Exercises Guaranteed to Develop Massive Strength and Mental Toughness. | Fight Camp Conditioning | Fitness Facts | Scoop.it
10 of the toughest, most effective exercises we have ever found. Used by some of the top combat athletes in the world, these drills are sure to add a new level of strength and toughness to yoru workouts.

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A practical guide to sugar and sweeteners

A practical guide to sugar and sweeteners | Fitness Facts | Scoop.it
A practical guide to sugar and sweeteners

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The BioSync Team's curator insight, November 23, 2013 12:06 PM

We are always looking for the "healthiest sugar" which quite likely may be an oxymoron! Currently, we take 1tsp of Manuka Honey Active 20+ daily, raw honey in tea, coconut sugar in coffee and maple syrup and cane sugar for cooking.


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Katie Kintner's curator insight, November 23, 2013 2:17 PM

I stick with natural sugar, stevia or honey now. But be careful of honey--a lot of it is FAKE honey-flavored weird syrup stuff.

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3 Types of Conditioning That Every Combat Athlete Needs to Perform at Their Best | Fight Camp Conditioning

3 Types of Conditioning That Every Combat Athlete Needs to Perform at Their Best | Fight Camp Conditioning | Fitness Facts | Scoop.it
Preparing for a fight requires an organized plan of attack. Fighting requires an athlete to be in peak physical and mental condition, so you're workouts must be on point.

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Corey Beasley's curator insight, November 7, 2013 12:48 PM

never gas out again