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The Salt Lake County Health Department has issued a 30-Day Mask Order “requiring people in Salt Lake County, regardless of vaccination status or past COVID-19 infection, to wear well-fitting masks when indoors (or queueing outdoors) in public…” (https://slco.org/health/COVID-19/order/) effective Saturday, January 8 – Monday, February 7. In addition to masks being required again, we will reimplement and continue… Read more »

December Newsletter

*|MC:SUBJECT|* *|MC_PREVIEW_TEXT|* DECEMBER NEWSLETTER Happy December SLC S&C! Snow is here, the holidays are upon us, and we’re so glad to have you with us this season.  In this newsletter: Introducing Rachel Class Attendance Current Training Phase In-season Training (winter sports) Holiday Hours Utah Food Bank Food & Fund Drive Anniversary Celebration SLC S&C is turning 5!… Read more »

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Tyler Jaso ELECTROMYOGRAPHY COMPARISION OF SEX DIFFERENCES DURING THE BACK SQUAT “Which muscles are activating/signaling more throughout the movement of the back squat” INTRODUCTION: Electromyography is a measurement of electrical activity within the muscle tissue of the human body The back squat being performed in this study is a multi-joint lower body push movement This… Read more »

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Tyler Jaso AUTO-REGULATED EXERCISE SELECTION TRAINING REGIMEN PRODUCES SMALL INCREASES IN LEAN BODY MASS AND MAXIMAL STRENGTH ADAPTATIONS IN STRENGTH-TRAINED INDIVIDUALS

Tomorrow marks the end of three very long months for many, if not all, of us. As we enter the fourth month, of what might be considered our new normal for some time to come, we wanted to reach out and provide some updates with respect to the Continuation of Remote Services (Programming & Virtual… Read more »

You know those days where time seems to be moving at hyperspeed and you end up hauling ass at 50mph down the road, just so you can make it to class 10 minutes late? What about those days where you just don’t feel like doing the warm-up so you just skip it completely or give… Read more »

We often get asked how we’re different from other services or, more specifically, what strength and conditioning is. In an attempt to answer this, below is a high level overview of what strength and conditioning is, how we implement core concepts, and why we do it the way we do. To start, strength and conditioning… Read more »

Beat the “Holiday Hangover”

We hope you had a wonderful holiday season, and we are excited to kick off the new decade with you at SLC Strength & Conditioning. As you know, January can come with a lot of high expectations and unrealistic goals for your body, but we are here to give you some tips to help with… Read more »

New Class: Recovery & Mobility

Optimize Your Recovery Process with the All-New Recovery & Mobility Class at SLC Strength and Conditioning Beginning January 7, 2019- Every Tuesday and Friday at 7 pm (50 min) The Recovery & Mobility class, new to SLC Strength and Conditioning, may be exactly what you need to take your current training to the next level…. Read more »

Holiday Food & Fund Drive

This holiday season, SLC Strength & Conditioning has partnered with the Utah Food Bank and we’re excited to be hosting our very first Food & Fund Drive! Did you know that 392,000 Utahns, which equates to 1 in 8 Utahns, are at risk of missing a meal today? Even more alarming is that 1 in… Read more »