We know the saying goes less is more, but let’s be honest. Sometimes two is just plain better than one. When it comes to working out, having a friend along for the ride – or lift – can be beneficial.
Try this core workout our 7 am group is doing! To start off, do a warm up with a 5 min cardio keeping your max heart rate at 60-70%. Complete 4 sets of each exercise for 30 secs. each with a 15 sec. rest. After completing the 6 exercises, do a 30 sec of max […]
If you workout at home a few days a week, then, one of the most important factors is your home workout space. If it is inviting and well thought out, you will be more likely to use it.
The push up is one of the easiest exercises to do anywhere you go. The great thing about it is that anyone can do a push up and all you need is your body.
I am often told, “Squatting hurts my knees” and yet, we can’t avoid this fundamental human movement. Think of how many times you do these movements during the day.
Spending countless hours in the saddle is not really enough anymore to cycle in the top third of your pack or take a turn leading the pace lines on long distance rides. Fact is, what you do indoors is just as important as “time in the saddle” outdoors.
Lose Weight, Save Your Joints. A client brought this to us today from her orthopedist. How much weight do you need to lose to reduce the load on your joints?
The purpose behind a one dumbbell workout is to get a good strength training workout from the convenience of your home. Strength training is great for increased bone density, muscular strength, improved joint mobility, and increased cardiac function.
Whether you're looking for a tighter rear, leaner legs or firmer thighs, the lunge challenge may be your gateway to a stronger lower body. The lunge is designed to work all the major muscles in the lower body—primarily the quadriceps, but also the glutes, hamstrings and calves.
There are a number of differences between the “small” group training and the “’large” group training models. With small group training, the level of difficulty is increased because each client has individual needs and limitations that we as trainers have to take into consideration.