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Keep It Simple!

In Corrective Exercise, Fitness, Flute, personal training by Angela

Happy New Year! Welcome to the time where people make resolutions on all kinds of things; from losing weight to saving money. If you’ve made any kind of health related resolution this year, I commend you! There’s no time like the present to make your dreams become reality. By the time you read this, you may have already long given …

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Foam Rolling Class in Hermitage, TN!

In Boot Camp, Corrective Exercise, Fitness, Resources, Workshops by Angela

I’m very excited to announce I’ll be leading my first foam rolling class at Next Level Strength and Conditioning in Hermitage, TN. It’ll be 30 minutes of self-massage and just like a good massage, you feel pain followed by relief, difference being YOU are in control of the pressure. You’ll leave the session feeling more relaxed (or possibly more energized), …

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Trigger Point Total Body Package

In Corrective Exercise, Fitness, Resources by Angela

Trigger point therapy is a great way to relieve stress, pain and muscle tension and is the first step in all my training programs and warm up routines. These products are excellent to prevent your thumbs from being fatigued and getting in deeply to the muscles and the best part is that after 5-7 seconds of pressure they mimic the …

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Resistance Bands

In Corrective Exercise, Resources, Travel by Angela

I have used these from all kinds of things: from my boot camp classes to travel, wrist rehab to band resisted squats, pushups and leg kickbacks, you name it. This is your all-purpose resistance band available in several different resistances.

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PlateMate Weight Magnets

In Boot Camp, Corrective Exercise, Fitness, Resources by Angela

These have to be some of new favorite training tools.  Most dumbbells and plates increase in increments of 5 lbs.  For some movements, that can be just too much of a jump.  You should be making progress every time you go in the gym, be it one more rep or one more pound, but you can’t jump up 5 lbs. …

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Perform Better

In Boot Camp, Corrective Exercise, Fitness, Resources, Travel by Angela

Perform Better is where I get almost all of my training equipment; all kinds of bands, tubing, weights, you name it. What is great about this company is that no job or order is too big or small. You can order just a foam roller for yourself or you can contact them to help outfit your new gym or facility …

Simple Thoracic Spine Mobility Exercises Everyone Can Perform | Mike Reinold

In Corrective Exercise, Fitness, Resources by Angela

This is an EXCELLENT post from Dr. Mike Reinold regarding Thoracic spine mobility exercises.  Equally helpful to musicians suffering from upper body pain, to those who sit all day and have shoulder, back and neck problems.  What Mike demonstrates in many of the videos below is actually outlined in great detail in the book “Inside -Out: The Ultimate Upper Body …

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Podcast Interview with The Conditioned Musician

In Entrepreneurship, Fitness, Motivation and Success by musicstrong

I found David on Instagram and knew instantly he would be an amazing resource. He’s a musician, ACSM certified personal trainer AND getting his doctorate in physical therapy because he wants to be a personal trainer for musicians. I’m happy to have him as a brand ambassador for Music Strong and really wish he lived closer so we could cross …

The Maturing Flutist

In Corrective Exercise, Fitness, Flute, Travel by musicstrong

Yesterday Dr. Steve Mitchell and I co-presented at the National Flute Association Convention in Orlando, FL.  Our talk was titled “The Maturing Flutist” and it covered a lot of the issues that concern aging musicians and the elderly populations.  You don’t need to be a flutist to benefit from this, as lots of the things we covered relate to the …

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3 Marching Band Fitness Hacks for Flutists

In Fitness, Flute by musicstrong

Ah band camp….long, hot days with your instrument and at the end you’re rewarded with an aching back and feet, right?  Well, you might not be able to get out of marching band, and you might not be able to change your band director’s mind about what’s good for you to do vs. what looks good, but here are 3 …

You Play Your Instrument With Your Legs, Too

In Fitness by Angela

How many times do we get caught up in what we’re doing and forget that we have knees, feet, a lower back, arches of feet? How easy is it to focus on our fingers, and lips and breath and not feel: the backs of our necks, the ridge underneath your skull, the insides of your elbows and the outsides of …

Study Verifies Strength Training Helps Musicians

In Fitness, Resources by Angela

Well, this is super exciting!  A study just recently published on PubMed has just come out being one of the first studies to find out if specific strength training is more helpful to musicians than general fitness. And the takeaway? YES! You can read the summary HERE.  What exciting things to know?  up to 91% of musicians experience playing related …

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Music Strong in Las Vegas!

In Flute, Travel by Angela

  I am proud to announce that we will presenting at the National Flute Association Convention in August at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, NV!  This year’s convention will be held August 8-11th. I will be giving two presentations this year, this first is a workshop called “Morning Mobility”.  The second is part of a “What To Do After College” …

Gordelli Flute Concerto and Panama City Pops

In Flute, Special Thanks by Angela

This past May 5th I had the privelege of stepping out from among the orchestra to be accompanied by them.  At the National Flute Association Convention in Charlotte this past year, I heard Christina Jennings play this at the gala concert and said “I have to play that”.  Alas, I also REALLY wanted to play the Larry Singer piccolo concerto …

My Top Reccommended Books for Getting Back Into Flute or Piccolo Playing

In Flute, Resources by Angela

Recently I received an email from a college friend of mine.  Her path has taken her away from music for a bit and while she is having marvelous adventures, she doesn’t want to see a decline in her playing level, even with having fewer playing opportunities.  She sent me this message below: “So, you know that I’m playing with a …

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The Beaker Face

In Flute by Angela

Any child who was priveledged enough to grow up in the age of Hannah-Barbara, otherwise known as the 1980’s, when the cartoons on Saturday morning were worth watching ( a la: GI Joe, She-Ra, He-Man, Rainbow Bright, My Little Pony and Thunder Cats), kids were expected to go outside and play after school and The Muppets reigned supreme, can identify …

Florida Flute Convention 2012

In Fitness, Flute, Travel by Angela

Are you going to be going to the Florida Flute Convention this year? I am and am excited to announce that I be giving two presentations. Being A Flutist in the National Guard – Friday 4:30 PM The first presentation will be Friday at 4:30 PM and is entitled “Being a Flutist in the National Guard”. Drawing on my 8 …

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Inside-Out: The Ultimate Body Warm-Up

In Fitness, Flute, Resources by Angela

This is one of my most highly referenced books.  Excellent for gym goers wanting to know how to design a warm-up before lifting and just as effective for musicians or desk workers to design a stretching routine before playing or stretches to increase mobility.

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How to Squat – From Diesel Strength

In Fitness, Flute by Angela

Diesel Strength and Conditioning | Athletic Strength Training. This is a comprehensive (read: long and highly detailed) post on HOW to squat. It’s amazing that something so incredibly simple, something we did as 2-year olds without a second thought has become so incredibly difficult for us.  Unless your daily job has you squatting (like lots of people who are not …

NFA Convention Recap

In Fitness, Flute, Travel by Angela

So I’ve been back from the convention for a few weeks already, and I haven’t found the time to be able to write anything!  My head has been swimming with thoughts and ideas, but, fortunately for me, business has picked up in a big way and, well, I had a lot to catch up on.  You see, the last day …

Exciting Announcement!

In Flute, Travel by Angela

After my NFA panel presentation on “Injury Prevention and Pain Management” I was approached by Mary O’Brien from FluteFocus.com about writing for her website on a regular basis.  I gladly said yes so keep a lookout for my articles there.  My first post is going to be about that very panel presentation topic.  I am very excited to be writing …

When Was the Last Time You Took A Break?

In Fitness, Flute, Motivation and Success by Angela

Like most siblings, I grew up driving my brother crazy, and him doing the same to me.  He’d try to hug me, I’d get grossed out, he’d get mad, I’d cry, you know, the usual.  Then I went to college and left him at home with mom and dad and the coolest thing happened: we became friends. I count my …

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9 Things You Need to Do to Actually Lose the Fat, Get the Body You Want and KEEP IT! Tip #2

In Fitness, Motivation and Success, Nutrition by Angela

If you haven’t read the first post, go here: Getting Off the Hamster Wheel: Tip #1 How successful were you at last week’s challenge? Were you able to drink more water? The amount you needed to drink? Were you consistent? Was it harder than you thought to not do anything else goal-wise?Thought so. 🙂 By now, you’ve probably noticed how …

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10 Things You Need to Do to Actually Lose the Fat, Get the Body You Want and KEEP IT! Tip #1

In Fitness, Motivation and Success, Nutrition by Angela

How many times have we all done it?Once?A dozen?A hundred times?How many times have we said to ourselves “ENOUGH! I have had enough of being fat, and feeling gross and my clothes not fitting….(insert frustration of choice here)”. We start that minute with iron-willed resolve, only to have it seem a distant memory 4 hours later when hunger strikes and …

When You Don’t Know What to Do, Just DO!

In Fitness, Motivation and Success, Travel by Angela

Ah…..the wonderful feeling you get from relaxing, taking a break, doing nothing… Which can turn into the feeling of “ugh, I feel awful for doing nothing for so long!” And there are few things more wonderful (to me) the the feeling of working out after a LONG break – remember how the muscles feel to be used, the feeling of …

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Flute Day 2012

In Flute, Motivation and Success, Pedagogy and Teaching, Workshops by Angela

Flute Day 2012 was a HUGE success!  Thank you so much to everyone who helped me make this happen.  Special thanks to Liz Pritchett Vergili and Altus Flutes for giving us the space to use. Thanks to Dr. Jessica Dunnavant for helping me to organize and know how to pull this off. Thanks to Dr. Roger Martin from TTU and …

Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle

In Fitness, Motivation and Success, Nutrition, Resources by Angela

If you have searched around the internet at all for information about how fat loss works, undoubtedly you’ve come across Tom Venuto.  Tom is an award-winning author and natural body builder who lays everything out for you in his best seller “Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle”.  The book has just been updated after 10 years on the market and …

The Paradoxical Commandments – From Mike Boyle

In Motivation and Success by Angela

Yet another great post from Strength Coach Mike Boyle I wanted to share with you today.  You can see his original post here: Strength Coach Blog The Paradoxical Commandments- Reposted  I posted this in November 2008 when I was getting about 100 views a day. Thought I might go back to some good posts now that the number of views has …

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How to Make Your Own Greek Yogurt

In Nutrition, recipes by Angela

If you are like me, you’ve discovered the deliciousness that is Greek yogurt. You’ve also discovered the sticker shock that comes with it. $4 for a PINT??? It’s about the same as a pint of raspberries.  Neither of which price I understand.  Until I can grow my own berry bushes, I will settle for making my own yogurt. It is …

High Protein Recipe – Quiche!

In Nutrition, recipes by Angela

A couple of months ago I drove back to Tennessee for a drill weekend with the National Guard. After my 8 hour drive I arrived at my parent’s house and smelled something absolutely marvelous cooking.  Asking “what’s for dinner”?  just like I was a kid back at home again, mom answered “quiche”. A quick primer on my family: mom is …

What’s a healthy snack?

In Nutrition by Angela

Recently, a friend gave me a call asking me for help.  She’s a band director and also in graduate school and her schedule is kind of crazy. Between teaching and driving to another town for class, she doesn’t have a lot of time to eat and was at a loss as to what was a good snack to help her …

New Favorite Healthy Foods

In Nutrition by Angela

Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day; and while eggs and egg whites are considered one of the most perfect bodybuilding foods, they get old for me.  Let me introduce you to some of my favorite foods, recipes and websites! Websites: www.mrbreakfast.com Mr. Breakfast is THE place to go for figuring out what to eat when you have no …

Protein Bar recipes

In Fitness, Nutrition by Angela

Lots of people eat protein bars.  Most are junk; candy bars in disguise.  I did a review of one of the two I support and you can read about that here, and I HIGHLY suggest purchasing Quest and Power Crunch Bars.  Quest bars have 20g whey protein, 17g prebiotic fiber and no artificial anything, and they taste great.  Most protein …

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EP. 37: Rest is Not Rehab with Allyson Royal

In Podcast by Reinald Tabudlo

“Rest is Not Rehab” with Allyson RoyalEPISODE 37″Rest is Not Rehab” with Allyson Royal(57:38)In this episode, Lets get to know Dr. Allyson Royal and her journey as a violistsEpisode Reference: You can find more about McKenzie at: Instagram – @thefitflutist and @mckenzie_417 Dr. Allyson Royal is a violist and educator active in the Tallahassee and surrounding areas. In her past …

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Ep. 51: We’re On The Same Team

In Podcast by Reinald Tabudlo

We’re On The Same TeamEPISODE 51We’re On The Same Team(57:22)WIPEpisode Reference: You can find more about McKenzie at: Instagram – @thefitflutist and @mckenzie_417 “What’s with the war on the weight room?? Medicine, therapy, bodywork, and strength all serve to improve the overall health and wellness of any individual. But for some reason, strength training has become ostracized in modern culture, …

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Ep. 50: Selling Lucrative Artistry with Dr. Brian Witkowski

In Podcast by Reinald Tabudlo

Selling Lucrative Artistry with Dr. Brian WitkowskiEPISODE 50Selling Lucrative Artistry with Dr. Brian Witkowski(55:32)WIPEpisode Reference: You can find more about McKenzie at: Instagram – @thefitflutist and @mckenzie_417 “I’m just a musician, no one is going to pay THAT much!!” We’ve talked about “lack mindset” before when it comes to music and business, and many professionals are now working to change …

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Ep. 49: Newbie Strength Questions: Is Bodyweight Better?

In Podcast by Reinald Tabudlo

Newbie Strength Questions: Is Bodyweight Better?EPISODE 49Newbie Strength Questions: Is Bodyweight Better?(51:36)WIPEpisode Reference: You can find more about McKenzie at: Instagram – @thefitflutist and @mckenzie_417 “Should I do Bodyweight, or Lift Weights??” This is a question we frequently run into when talking to people who are new to (or interested in) fitness. Is a dumbbell better than a push-up? Is …

Ep. 48: Comparison is the Thief of Joy

In Podcast by Reinald Tabudlo

Comparison is the Thief of JoyEPISODE 48Comparison is the Thief of Joy(49:04)WIPEpisode Reference: You can find more about McKenzie at: Instagram – @thefitflutist and @mckenzie_417 How do you look at yourself? Is it full of criticism, or from a growth viewpoint? In life, it is often easy to look at where others are, where you used to be, or where …

Ep. 47: Mistakes Musicians Make Part 3 Strength is the Solution

In Podcast by Reinald Tabudlo

Ep. 47 Mistakes Musicians Make Part 3: Strength is the SolutionEPISODE 47Ep. 47 Mistakes Musicians Make Part 3: Strength is the Solution(1:19:06)WIPEpisode Reference: You can find more about McKenzie at: Instagram – @thefitflutist and @mckenzie_417 “But I never really feel BETTER… just less bad.” If you’re coming off of a performance-related injury using what are, unfortunately, currently typical methodologies, you …

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Ep. 46: Mistakes Musicians Make Part 2: Shame, Blame and Ignoring Pain

In Podcast by Reinald Tabudlo

Liberating Yourself From Musical MartyrdomEPISODE 46Mistakes Musicians Make Part 2: Shame, Blame and Ignoring Pain(53:01)WIPEpisode Reference: You can find more about McKenzie at: Instagram – @thefitflutist and @mckenzie_417 If you get to the point where you’re feeling like I have to say yes to this gig because I have to have the money but I hurt… but I have to… …

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Ep. 45: Mistakes Musicians Make Part 1: Falling Behind

In Podcast by Reinald Tabudlo

Mistakes Musicians Make Part 1: Falling BehindEPISODE 45Mistakes Musicians Make Part 1: Falling Behind(37:40)Join us as we delve into the mindset of “falling behind” in the industry.Episode Reference: You can find more about McKenzie at: Instagram – @thefitflutist and @mckenzie_417 “But I’ll fall behind!” The music business is fast-paced and highly demanding, but it also takes a significant amount of …

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Ep. 44: A brace won’t fix it

In Podcast by Reinald Tabudlo

A brace won’t fix itEPISODE 44″A brace won’t fix it”(1:00:48)Changing the mindset around lack to abundance is the first step in avoiding injury.Episode Reference: You can find more about McKenzie at: Instagram – @thefitflutist and @mckenzie_417 “No one is coming to save you.” How much do you know about YOUR body and movement mechanics? How much do you rely on …

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Ep. 43: Liberating Yourself From Musical Martyrdom

In Podcast by Reinald Tabudlo

Liberating Yourself From Musical MartyrdomEPISODE 43Liberating Yourself From Musical Martyrdom(47:38)WIPEpisode Reference: You can find more about McKenzie at: Instagram – @thefitflutist and @mckenzie_417 What are you REALLY sacrificing for your musical career? Musicians & other performers are driven, dedicated people who sacrifice many things for their art, and this drive in no small way contributes to success in the field. …

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Foam Rolling Class in Hermitage, TN!

In Boot Camp, Corrective Exercise, Fitness, Resources, Workshops by Angela

I’m very excited to announce I’ll be leading my first foam rolling class at Next Level Strength and Conditioning in Hermitage, TN. It’ll be 30 minutes of self-massage and just like a good massage, you feel pain followed by relief, difference being YOU are in control of the pressure. You’ll leave the session feeling more relaxed (or possibly more energized), …

Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle

In Fitness, Motivation and Success, Nutrition, Resources by Angela

If you have searched around the internet at all for information about how fat loss works, undoubtedly you’ve come across Tom Venuto.  Tom is an award-winning author and natural body builder who lays everything out for you in his best seller “Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle”.  The book has just been updated after 10 years on the market and …

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Trigger Point Total Body Package

In Corrective Exercise, Fitness, Resources by Angela

Trigger point therapy is a great way to relieve stress, pain and muscle tension and is the first step in all my training programs and warm up routines. These products are excellent to prevent your thumbs from being fatigued and getting in deeply to the muscles and the best part is that after 5-7 seconds of pressure they mimic the …

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Resistance Bands

In Corrective Exercise, Resources, Travel by Angela

I have used these from all kinds of things: from my boot camp classes to travel, wrist rehab to band resisted squats, pushups and leg kickbacks, you name it. This is your all-purpose resistance band available in several different resistances.

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Protein “Nutter Butter” Bar?

In Nutrition, Resources by Angela

Is it possible? If you haven’t tried the Peanut Butter Creme flavor of Power Crunch Bars then you obviously don’t know. These taste ridiculously similar to “Nutter Butter” candy bars – they are wafer cookies with protein creme and I’ve been told they are amazing straight out of the freezer! As a Power Crunch Ambassador, I’m happy to announce that …

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Quest Nutrition Bars

In Nutrition, Resources by Angela

Quest is the perfect nutrition bar for anyone looking to get top quality protein while dropping some carbs from their diet. Quest bars are as tasty and convenient as a candy bar, while maintaining all of the nutrition of a carefully prepared meal that’s packed with fiber to make you feel full and to help with digestion and weight loss. …

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NFA Convention Recap

In Fitness, Flute, Travel by Angela

So I’ve been back from the convention for a few weeks already, and I haven’t found the time to be able to write anything!  My head has been swimming with thoughts and ideas, but, fortunately for me, business has picked up in a big way and, well, I had a lot to catch up on.  You see, the last day …

Exciting Announcement!

In Flute, Travel by Angela

After my NFA panel presentation on “Injury Prevention and Pain Management” I was approached by Mary O’Brien from FluteFocus.com about writing for her website on a regular basis.  I gladly said yes so keep a lookout for my articles there.  My first post is going to be about that very panel presentation topic.  I am very excited to be writing …

Off to NFA!

In Flute, Travel by Angela

It’s finally here!  Hard to believe it but today I am leaving to go to the National Flute Association Convention.  I will have a JAM-PACKED schedule and that doesn’t even include just going around to the things I WANT to visit! So far: Wednesday: Meet up with Flute Specialists and see if I can help them set up their booth.  …

NFA Convention Brochure

In Flute, Travel by Angela

The 2011 National Flute Association Convention Brochure is online now and will be shipped out to thousands of flutists worldwide in the next couple of weeks.  I took a peek at it today and got a nice surprise, my presentation “Lift, Play, Love: Basic Weightlifting for Efficient Flute Playing” has been listed on the brochure on Body, Mind and Spirit!  …

Spring is Coming, What are you Going to Do?

In Flute, Travel by Angela

Concerts, Camps, Festivals, Workshops, Etc. Spring and Summer are the times of year when we see a huge influx of camps and workshops, all geared towards immersing ourselves in what we love.First up, Interlochen Arts Academy is holding a special performance by their theatre and jazz students on Thursday, March 3 at 7:00pm in Naples, Florida. Beverly HallNaples United Church …

End of Year Goodies

In Fitness, Travel by Angela

Can you believe in about 2 weeks 2010 will be over?  I know, it’s hard to believe! One of the good things about the year-end are the SALES though, and I wanted to share a few music and fitness related ones with you.  If you are in need of some sheet music, check out sheetmusic.com.  They’re having a huge sale …

Upcoming November Activities!!

In Flute, Travel by Angela

November is turning out to be a BUSY month for me. If you aren’t on my newsletter mailing list and would like to be so you can keep informed of what’s going on in the Panama City flute/music world and where you can catch me performing or teaching, send me an email at angela@fluteangel.net or reply to this blog post …

Music Strong at Florida Flute Association Convention

In Fitness, Flute, Travel by Angela

I have just received the news that my presentation for the Florida Flute Association Annual Convention has been accepted! I will be giving the presentation, “Lift, Play, Love: Basic Weight Lifting for Efficient Flute Playing” on January 30th, 2011 at 9 AM at the Orlando Marriott. ” In the moment, you want to focus on making music … not on …

Home (And Portable) Workout Equipment/Products

In Fitness, Travel by Angela

As I was surfing through my Twitter feed this morning, I came across this great link from ABC, mentioning just a few workout products that were talked about on “Good Morning America”.  Making up excuses to not exercises is about as popular (if not more so) than making up fishing stories here in America.  The truth is, people should not …

CARDIO OUT MOVEMENT IN AND HOTEL WORKOUTS

In Fitness, Travel by Angela

One of the worst things about traveling is the constant sitting.  Sitting in a bus, sitting in a hotel, sitting in rehearsal, sitting in a concert, sit, sit, sit.  The human body was made to move and sitting is not per se, a natural position, not for long periods of time, anyway. As I have been travelling this last week …

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Testimonial from Ben

In Uncategorized by musicstrong

Ben is someone I’ve had the pleasure of working with for several years now. He came to me complaining of SI Joint pain, among other things. After a year or so, we still have new things to overcome daily, but he loves the challenge of getting his body to work the way it should and getting stronger. Thanks for you …

Sinfonia Season Opening Concert: Musical Identities

In Uncategorized by Angela

Really looking forward to this concert! We are one of a few orchestras to get a grant to have this artist play with us and we end the night playing Rimsky-Korsakov’s  masterpiece “Scheherazade”Concert is at: Emerald Coast Convention CenterFt. Walton Beach, FloridaThursday, 24 October 2013 – 7:30 PM  Sinfonia Season Opening Concert: Musical Identities.

What do you think of our website? Be honest…

In Uncategorized by Angela

I have had this for awhile now and as my business has grown and changed I feel that it may not adequately serve my audience.  My business is a niche business which creates the unique challenge of presenting information on music/flute/fitness/training all in one place and not getting confusing. Having several services to offer is really great, but I want …

Living in and Loving Nashville!

In Uncategorized by Angela

I have been here in Nashville about 5-6 weeks now and I am absolutely floored by the outpouring of blessings I have received since I’ve been here. My teaching schedule has exploded to 24 students and counting, Music Strong has already given a presentation at Middle Tennessee State University, I am now a member of the Nashville Flute Choir (giving …

Music Strong is now an Ambassador for Power Crunch Bars!

In Uncategorized by Angela

  There are very few protein bars on the market out there that are not loaded up with garbage, junk soy protein, fillers or are basically candy bars in disguise. I have only found two that I support – Power Crunch Bars are one of them. I have been consuming these bars for years now. I first found out about …

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Save the Sing Off! « Michael Boyle’s Strengthcoach.com Blog – Save Acapella Music

In Uncategorized by Angela

Save the Sing Off! « Michael Boyle’s Strengthcoach.com Blog. Michael Boyle is a strength coach I highly admire and respect, so imagine my surprise when this morning he published a post about saving an Acapella singing show on TV! I know, most days we are talking strength and conditioning or nutrition but today we visit the world of entertainment. The …

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Commit to Making Your New Year’s Resolutions Happen This Year

In Uncategorized by Angela

Can you believe the New Year is almost here? We will be celebrating the arrival of 2012 in 2 weeks, and at the stroke of midnight, thousands and thousands of people will be making the resolution that “ok, this is the year I will FINALLY get in shape, lose the fat,etc.” We know how those usually happen, right? Well, why …

Is Strength and Muscle Loss Reversible in Older Adults?

In Motivation and Success, Uncategorized by Angela

This blog post from a guest blog on Michael Boyle’s blog and came floating into my inbox the other day and I thought it good information to pass along.  I made a previous post about Strength Training Preventing Muscle Atrophy in Old Age where the studies show that strength training does just that: prevent muscle atrophy in older adults.  Michael’s …

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