Following these basic etiquettes at the gym can lead to a better experience for everyone.
Exercise, especially strength training, is critical for seniors. There are many benefits to older adults of participating in a strength-training program.
High-intensity athletics, friendly rivalries, elevated collegiate school pride and the chance to be crowned NCAA Division 1 Men’s Basketball Champions could only mean one thing: March Madness.
Ten years ago, if you were training for an “event,” that event was probably a 5K, a marathon, a cycling race or perhaps a triathlon. Nowadays, there is a plethora of different types of fitness competitions that gym-goers can try.
Mobility, flexibility, and stability of a joint are all important factors to consider in your workout routine.
As fitness professionals, we often help people set workout goals. While it’s great to have these goals, we also often see people struggling to remain committed.
Have you hit a wall in your workouts? Not seeing progress as frequently as you would like? Here are a few things to analyze about your programming and overall workout routine that may be affecting your progress.
The relaxation effect of massage is well-known to most people. Many have also experienced relief from pain, muscle soreness or stiffness after a massage. But recent research has also shown beneficial effects of massage on many aspects of mental health.
Despite how common this movement is, most people don’t perform it correctly. Given that it is a functional movement, the gym is the ideal place to perfect it.
People often wonder what to say and how to describe what they want to their massage therapist in terms of pressure. Gauging pressure is usually subjective from person to person and therapist to therapist.