It’s a common trap people fall into. We go to the movies or watch television and see the beautiful celebrities on the screen and strive to have that same look. Who wouldn’t want to look like Tyler Durden (Brad Pitt) from Fight Club or a Victoria Secret model? But it’s important to remember the circumstances [...]
Since women spend so much time taking care of others we figured we would take the month of May to celebrate them with a few good blog posts on women’s health. Here are some articles I love: http://www.womenfitness.net/top10_misconception_bodybuild.htm http://articles.elitefts.com/articles/training-articles/what-women-should-never-do-but-often-do-while-trying-to-get-in-shape-part-1-of-6/ http://figureathlete.t-nation.com/free_online_article/most_recent/the_45_minute_workout http://figureathlete.t-nation.com/free_online_article/most_recent/how_strong_are_your_glutes_really Happy Mother’s Day and happy lifting!
The seasons are shifting and warmer weather is fast approaching so it is time to dust off your clubs and prepare yourself to ìget fit for golfî. Golf specific fitness is comprised of six main components: balance, flexibility, core strength, muscular endurance, power, and cardiovascular endurance. Development in each of these areas will help improve [...]
Recently I’ve come across some cool articles with good information. Here is a blog post by my friend and Parkour coach, Colin Pistell. He talks about the popular imagery in various gyms, websites, and tattoos that depict what he calls the “death aesthetic.” Speaking of the death aesthetic, t-nation is full of blood-red symbols and [...]
High intensity exercise burns a lot of calories in a short period of time Running in a 10k this year? Incorporating intervals will increase your speed. Instead of doing your usual route run as fast as possible for two minutes and then walk two minutes. Repeat 8 times. Looking for some fat loss? Sled pushes, [...]