There is nothing wrong with working out inside the gym, but every once in a while it’s important to move the workout to the outdoors. Smell the air, feel the sun and sweat your ass off with this 15-minute full body outdoor workout.
What do you know about vacation fitness? That’s a term you don’t hear often, right? After all, for some people, vacation is a time to relax, drink, eat and forget about fitness.
With the warmer weather finally here, many people are switching from running inside to outside to take in the sunshine after a long winter.
Stretching needs to happen on a regular basis to help prevent injury, improve range of motion in the joints and mobility and improve posture. It helps keep the muscles flexible, strong and healthy! Regular stretching keeps muscles long, lean and flexible.
But how do we most effectively go about gaining strength and engaging in progressive overload? Do we simply go all out each week and try to add five pounds to the bar on every occasion? Or, is there a more effective strategy that we can implement?
Spring is here and that means getting outdoors may seem a bit more inviting. Get ready to rock your summer body by moving your body and getting your heart rate up. Take your workouts outside and enjoy the fresh air!
I have three unconventional glute exercises that I would like for you to start implementing into your weekly regimen. I’ve been performing these exercises and prescribing them to my clients with great success.
Looking for a challenging shoulder press workout? Look no further. This will leave you with that fire in your arms that just keeps on burning!
While the sit-up may intuitively seem like the best way to cultivate shredded abs and greater core strength, there are better training modalities that more effectively activate all of the core muscles. The other training modalities ultimately result in better development of the abdominal muscles and that sought-after six-pack, as well as core strength, for better overall body strength and athletic performance.
As every gym rat knows, achieving an etched six-pack isn’t easy. And without question, the lower abdominal region tends to be the most problematic aspect from a muscle development standpoint.
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