Training Can Help Teens Avoid Knee Injuries

 |  30th Apr 2014  |  Filed under Basics of Training

 
A recent health study published by NPR, shows the correlation between proper training and decreased knee injuries in teens…

ACL injuries, which , hit both genders, but right after puberty they occur as much as six times more frequently in young women, depending on the sport. The ACL injury rate for a female soccer player is 11.7 injuries per 100,000 practices or games, compared to 4.7…

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TITUS Olympiad – Who is the Best of the Best?

 |  22nd Apr 2014  |  Filed under Success Stories

The Titus Olympiad has been in the making for over 3 years. With Titus’ constantly expanding markets, it has allowed us to officially launch a wide head-to-head competition between all markets in a quest to be crowned the most fit location across the east coast for the year. Our already self-motivated client base will be inspired beyond their personal expectations to carry their team to…

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Titus Ten Report

 |  17th Aug 2011  |  Filed under Basics of Training, Success Stories

During conversation in one of our fitness groups a client was discussing doing two-a-days in honor of football season coming up.  This was nothing new for him, he had done them before in situations where he needed to make up some sessions or try something new.  As he was boasting about doing a few days in a row in that manner the Titus coach threw out an idea called ‘The Titus Ten’ – ten…

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Strength Training for Women – The Myths and The Facts

 |  10th Aug 2011  |  Filed under Basics of Training

While women first began strength training to improve their performance in track and field back in the 1950s, they traditionally have had much lower participation rates than men. Considered by many to be an unfeminine or inappropriate activity for young females, strength training opportunities for women were limited until Title IX mandated equal access to educational programs – including sports…

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