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Get Better

The path to health and hotness is often a crooked and frustrating journey.  Those new to the fitness game start their training from many different head spaces; confident and enthusiastic, horrified and nervous, timid and measured.  

Barre Classes

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In My Humble Opinion: Barre Classes!

And now for another installment of “this is what I think about this type of exercise class!”  Today’s review looks at the world of barre classes, which can probably be loosely defined as exercise classes based on the work and methodology of Lotte Berk.  Berk’s style of fitness glory was heavily influenced by her background as a dancer (hence the use of a ballet barre); it’s been described as a combination of pilates, hatha yoga, and resistance training.

Movement Matters

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Movement Matters

At MFF, we get people healthy and hot.  We use the most progressive training and nutrition strategies in the industry to blow people’s damn minds with consistent, dramatic results.  This is super fun, cuz we like people, and we like hotness, and we like watching people achieve their first six-pack, or drop a dress size, or send pictures of themselves in a string bikini to their ex-husband.

Class Review: Barry’s Bootcamp

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Class Review: Barry’s Bootcamp

by Ninja Master Mark Fisher
As loyal readers and Ninjas know, we’re kind of obsessed with getting better at MFF.  We read a fuck ton of books, blogs, and websites, we go to weekend seminars, and we have long, geeky conversations where we use science-y terms like “reciprocal inhibition,” “stretch shortening cycle,” and “dragon semen.”