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  • Jordan Vezina
    I have a confession to make. It’s about a bad habit trainers have, and since I’m a trainer I’ll admit to being guilty of this in the past. A client comes in and has a goal. It may be a goal they set for themselves a year ago or last week, but it’s their goal and they own it. It’s important to them. In fact it’s so important that they have stepped out of their
  • Emily Vezina
    A simple trip to the grocery store can feel completely overwhelming these days. With so many options and varieties of foods, it can be hard to determine what’s best for our bodies and lifestyles. What are the healthiest options? Which ingredients should we be looking to add, and which ones should we be avoiding? If you’re putting your trust in food manufactures to tell you what’s “good” and what’s “bad” then you may end up
  • Jordan Vezina
    In 2017 I had the opportunity to attend a cadaver dissection lab with Tom Myers of Anatomy Trains and Todd Garcia or Laboratories of Anatomical Enlightenment. This was a short, one day lab, and I plan to attend the longer two and five day versions in the near future. I personally believe that anyone who is promoting themselves as being a specialist in reducing chronic pain and improving human movemnet  has a responsibiliyt to their
  • Jordan Vezina
    At Average To Elite Performance we do a ton of work on building better respiratory capacity with our clients. Part of this is conditioning work, but an equally important part is working on the basic breathing skills that most people never think of. For example, many people know that it’s becoming increasingly common to stop breathing in your sleep for short periods of time (sleep apnea) but did you know many people do it during
  • Emily Vezina
    If you suffer from digestive issues like heartburn, acid reflux, getting chunks of food stuck in the throat, or general upset stomach after eating, the amount of chewing you do may play a role. Most of us pay little to no attention to how much we’re chewing while eating. If we’re finishing our meals rather quickly, chances are we aren’t chewing our food enough. Why is this so important, anyway? When we take our time

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