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    What Should I Look for in a Kids’ Swim Class?

    One of the most valuable gifts you can give your children is teaching them to swim.

    Swimming is not only fun and a great form of exercise, but it also offers your kids a critical survival skill. And a good children’s swimming lesson should incorporate all three elements: it should teach them how to be safe in the water, let them get some exercise, and have some fun.

    If you’re in the process of searching “kids swim lessons near me,” here are a few things you should consider when deciding on a class.

    The Best Athletic Supporter ;)

    Or... Preparing and Supporting Your Young Athletes for Success in Sports and Life

    Adult athletes know that most of what you learn growing up in sports can be applied to life. As a parent, you can help to ensure that those lessons are learned. Here's 5 tips based on what I've seen from the parents of kids I train. I aim to reinforce all of these in my strength and conditioning training sessions!

    What Are Coaches Really Looking for at Tryouts?

    Tryouts for fall sports will be here in a month! What is going to make an athlete stand out at the try-outs and get them a spot on the team?

    Functional Training for Athletic Performance

    Hi, it's Zach from UNRIVALED Sports Performance at CLM. Summer is a great time for athletes to explore what can be done during the off-season to be better next year! One key component of training (off-season AND during season) is functional training. This applies to all athletes at any age!

    Preventing the Four Most Common Sports Injuries

    Summer is in full bloom, and that often means a change in our routines. Whether it is more recreational time for yourself, a vow to get in better shape (maybe by taking up a new activity?), or you're between seasons in your sport of choice, we all tend to play more in the summer and move differently. This seems like a good time to open the discussion on sports injuries and how to prevent them.

    Preparing Healthy Dinners with a Busy Schedule

    After a day full of activities, now it’s time for dinner.  Work, school, soccer practice, tutors, and piano lessons surely keep the fast food drive through in business. Good news... we have plenty of ways to serve fast food without paying a visit to McDonald’s. Fixing healthy, quick, and tasty dinners has never been so easy.

    Packing Healthy Lunches for You and Your Family

    In our last post we talked about winning the breakfast battle. Hopefully, you've mastered that and are ready to perfect lunch prep! Brown bagging lunch for students, and yourself, is almost always the healthiest option to refuel for the afternoon.  We can make this process hassle free and a 15-minute piece of an evening or morning routine. Personal Trainer Jessica Rudloff shares a quick, easy, and super healthy way to conquer packing lunches.

    Back to School Healthy Breakfast Plan

    Off to the races!  We are back to school, CLM!  For some of us, this means waking and feeding one or more children, plus yourself.  Monday through Friday is now game day, and that means tackling each day with breakfast. It’s a new school year, the perfect time to make breakfast a habitual staple for the family. Personal Trainer Jessica Rudloff shares some of her nutrition expertise on the subject.