Healthy eating isn’t as complicated as we often make it out to be - it’s usually not so much a matter of knowing what to do as it is actually doing it! With the New
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Whether or not you’re setting New Year’s Resolutions, taking some time to sit and write down some goals for yourself can help to put things in perspective, jolt you into action, or help you envision
Although shoulder presses are a common exercise, it’s also common to see them poorly executed – leading to injury. Before you press overhead, we want to make sure you are qualified and prepared for that
Been wanting to try out the landmine at your gym, but not sure what the heck to do with it? The landmine can be a great alternative to some of the more traditional barbell loading
It’s a common complaint – tension in your hamstrings leaving you feeling less mobile, longing for the days when you could touch your toes. BUT If you’re constantly stretching your “tight” hamstrings without any relief,
If you’ve ever been to a large, commercial gym, chances are you’ve spotted a member doing some crazy exercise and thought to yourself, “What on earth is that for?!” or “Why would he do that?!”.
First off, what is your "core"? It's not just your abdominals, but all the muscles the surround the torso and connect the upper and lower limb. And, even if you don't find yourself in the
We talk a lot with our clients about trying to make slow, sustainable changes, instead of jumping in with both feet. We've seen before that trying to change too much, too quickly, can end up
We’re often asked, “What should I eat before coming in for a workout? What should I eat afterwards?”. This week, we share an in-depth article from Precision Nutrition that tackles the subject of Pre- and