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Master These FAA Movements

19.02.2019 by Stephanie Karlovits

You move at top speed. Always. You’re ambitious and you find it nearly impossible to slow down. It’s a lot easier to amp yourself up. We understand. But this is why we introduce you to the Functional Anatomical Adaptation (FAA) phase when you start training with us. This phase is 12 hour sessions with a frequency of 2-3 sessions per week....

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Something in the Way You Move

29.01.2019 by Stephanie Karlovits

Master These: Anterior Reach and the 10-and-2 When you join EPIC we put you through a very specific Functional Movement Assessment which is a part of our EPIC Life Assessment which I designed. We do a lot of investigative work when it comes to that assessment and don’t show you much, but with this piece we want to let you in a little more...

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Qutting is Not the Answer

06.11.2018 by Kathleen Holt

Chris Johnston is a truly amazing man. Although he has faced some obstacles this year, he has never quit on his goals. He continues to strive for greatness even when he is feeling stressed and overwhelmed. I have had the privilege to get to see Chris grow not only in the gym, but as well emotionally, mentally and spiritually. His family i...

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Growth and Recovery

01.08.2018 by Marissa Hamon

This is the story of one of our clients who prefers to stay anonymous; so let’s just call her Jane for this story. I began to work with Jane in August 2015. In the beginning, it was a challenge for her since she had previously been going to a trainer she was familiar with whom she had grown to trust over the years to me, a trainer she did...

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Finding Direction Again

04.06.2018 by Marissa Hamon

Before I came to EPIC Fitness + Lifestyle I was feeling a little lost in my fitness journey. I had ended a varsity hockey career a couple years prior and during that time had suffered four concussions. This had set me back with post-concussion symptoms of multiple headaches a day and chronic neck pain. I was unable to get through a regula...

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