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Wednesday, 04. March 2015
Workouts Can Be A Nasty Blast - Sentinel & Enterprise
By jeanieavel, 11:03

That safety decision has led to occasional complaints from members demanding louder tunes, particularly in Zumba classes. "They're not happy, and some of them have gone somewhere else," Bothwell says. "At boutiques, it's a party and it's loud, and that's part of what people pay for." The ones who are really paying, however, are the instructors who spend countless hours in these environments. Even in gyms that pay attention to noise, "it's the industry joke that we're all deaf at 35," Bothwell adds. Asuka Boutcher, who teaches crowds of up to 300 students at her studio, Kazaxe, in Springfield, Va., jokes that she's surprised she can still hear at all. Loud music is what gives her dance classes a clublike atmosphere that lets students lose their inhibitions.

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Watch LSU signee Derrius Guice's crazy workouts |

Army All-American West's Derrius Guice (20) scores against the East with an 81-yard touchdown catch during the first half of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl high school football game, Saturday, Jan. 3, 2015, in San Antonio. (AP Photo/Eric Gay) (Eric Gay) View/Post Comments Catholicsenior running back Derrius Guice signed his letter to play for LSU on National Signing Day and with only a few months left until Guice joins the Tigers, the 6-foot, 220-pound back has been hitting the gym hard.

Hurricanes using GPS technology to gauge spring workouts - Sun Sentinel

This is kind of the same deal. Its an amazing system in terms of just best practices and how to improve. Its been great. Throughout his tenure in Coral Gables, Golden has tried to manage his players work load in varying ways. After Thursdays scrimmage, the Hurricanes will get more than a week off for spring break and during training camp last summer, it wasnt uncommon for veteran players to sit out practices, working instead as practice captains alongside their coaches to rest their bodies. But the click here hope now is that the Catapult system will help Miami rely on more than intuition to see whos working the hardest and who might need a break. Its going to be great to substantiate it, to quantify it and know for sure if youre doing the right thing, Golden said.

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