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Posts by Beck Beverage

No pain no gain? The Sweet Mo Guide to pain during exercise.

Hey Everybody! Recently we’ve had a few great conversations in class about pain during exercise. We realized we’ve been asked a few similar questions in regards to how to approach pain during a workout. Contrary to your high school gym coach or overly enthusiastic boot-camp instructor, fitness is not about beating yourself to a pulp,…

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Case Study: Injury Recovery

Kyla – Recovering from back injuries

What made you decide to start a fitness practice? I had been dealing for a few years with a debilitating back injury and after back surgery was looking to find a place to regain my strength as well as a place that I enjoyed and would be able to commit to consistently. As a former…

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Case Study: Jesse Tishkoff

Jesse – Building a more masculine physique

When you joined the Sweet Mo community, what were your initial goals? I wanted to feel stronger and more flexible. I decided to start working out because I wanted to build a more masculine body and felt that this type of practice would help me reach my goals.   Why did you join Sweet Momentum instead…

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The Revolutionary Potential of Movement

Many of you have heard me talk about my incredibly powerful and profound friend Joni who is the founder of Future Prairie, an artist collective “built around a distinct aesthetic that interweaves the futurist values of artists working within and inspired by the ethos of futurism with the needs of their clients and communities”.  Future Prairie…

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On Burnout

Hey Sweet Mo Family! I just got back in town after almost an entire week of rest and relaxation on Orcas Island. Amy, my Mom, and I camped at gorgeous, serene, Moran State Park. It was my first time there, and I loved everything about the San Juan Islands: The misty ferry ride, birds chirping…

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My Reflection on 2017

Dear Sweet Mo Family, In 2017 we’ve been forced to dig in and work. Many of us reexamined our values, our actions, and the way we impact the world. We reacted to bad news by growing. By deciding to change and to be changed. We decided to resist. Those of us whose work revolves around…

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