Unless something changes dramatically, your body is your one guaranteed relationship for life. And your relationship with your body will have a direct effect on how well you live, and quite frankly, how long you live.
Kyle Bauer, our lead strength and conditioning specialist, answers an inquiry about how one can get started in competitive powerlifting.
A few terms that are often heard in the fitness center are “high impact” or “low impact” and “high intensity” and “low intensity”.
10 years ago, if you were training for “an event”, that event was probably just a 5k, ½ marathon, full marathon, or perhaps a cycling race, biathlon or triathlon. Nowadays, there are a plethora of different types of fitness competitions that average (some require above average) gym-goers can try.
In recent years, Olympic-style weightlifting appears to be not just beneficial to athletes or weight lifters but to the everyday exerciser as well.
The squat is one of the most effective exercises on the planet. It works nearly every muscle in your body and burns tons of calories.
Worried about gaining weight over the holidays? You’re not alone. The average weight from Thanksgiving to the New Year is 5 to 12 lbs., but it doesn’t have to be that way.
Mobility, flexibility, and stability of a joint are all important factors to consider throughout your workout routine.
What to do now that the Halloween candy and pumpkin spice is gone.
Too many times when we step into the gym we aren't sure what we want to do that day and therefore what equipment we are going to use.