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Workout In Broomfield: Circuit-based Training - Boulder Daily Camera

Left to right, Nick Guidera, Chris Guidera and Jorden Guidera work out at Just Results in Broomfield.

I told Gilbreath I wanted to strengthen my back and upper body, so he created a circuit of core and back exercises that challenged me, and he tweaked it as we went along, based on my feedback and what he saw that I needed. Clients [read] use a variety of equipment, such as ladders, machines, free weights, large tires, a treadmill, TRX, Bosu Ball, medicine ball the facility has a wide range of equipment to choose from. Gilbreath describes it as a combination of all of his favorite different fitness tools. "It steals from everything," he says. "I like the wall balls from CrossFit but not the pull-ups. The TRX mixes with circuit machines. When I first saw the warehouse on an industrial back road, I expected a CrossFit spin-off, but it was much different.
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Belgium: Action Sought After Banner Shows Beheading - Yahoo Sports

Sunday's banner reading ''Red or Dead'' referred to the Standard colors and also showed a drawing of a masked man with a huge knife and web directory the head of Anderlecht midfielder Steven Defour , who used to play for Standard before moving to arch rival Anderlecht. Condemnation was near-universal and Ann Cossement of the interior ministry said that authorities were looking at punishment to go as high as a five-year stadium ban and a fine of 5,000 euros ($5,000) because of ''incitement to hatred against one person.'' Foreign Minister Didier Reynders, a Standard Liege fan, already called the banner ''tasteless, stupid and unacceptable.'' Defour has often said negative pressure from fans only spurs him on to perform well, but, on Sunday, it did not work out that way. He was sent off in the match, that Standard won 2-0, for a second yellow card when he hit a powerful shot into the stands after the referee had blown his whistle. click here! Defour said he had not heard the whistle read this and shot the ball out to allow a Standard player be treated for an injury. Many interpreted it as an act of anger and frustration at the fans. Standard said it had been misled by its fans. ''They deceived the club and its fans from the stand who were told that another image would be on the banner, which had nothing to do with Sunday's,'' Standard said in a statement. The image came from a ''Friday the 13th'' movie, but it also raised chilling comparisons with the recent beheadings of the extremist Islamic State group.

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