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Best Fitness Articles From The Previous Week: January 21 2018

Each week, we publish a list of best fitness articles from the previous week. These articles range from a wide variety of topics like nutrition, training, stress management, weight loss, general health, recipes, etc. Here is the list from the week of January 14 – January 20.

1. The 5 Most Worthless Exercise Of All Time: Courtesy of Christian Thibaudeau on T Nation

Walk into any commercial gym and you’ll see some strange exercises. Unfortunately, not all exercises are created equally. Some just plain don’t work although they may be heavily popularized. In this article, Christian shares 5 exercises that aren’t worth your time.

2. 6 Stretches You Can Do At Your Desk: Courtesy of Shannon Clark on

Sitting at a desk all day is a sure fire way to make your muscles stiff and tight. And this lack of mobility can limit your range of motion, decrease energy, and even increase injury risk. But in this article, Shannon shares 6 simple stretches you can do at your desk to regain your flexibility and improve the way your body feels.

3. 4 Tips To Avoid Injury In The Gym: Courtesy of Rudy Mawer on

Injuries can happen at anytime in the gym. And if you’ve had one before, you know how frustrating they can be. It can force you to take a break from lifting for a while and make daily tasks much harder. In this article, Rudy shares 4 simple tips to help you you avoid injuries and ensure you keep seeing progress.

4. 5 Hacks For Effortless Habit Building In 2018: Courtesy of Steve Kamb on Nerd Fitness

The majority of people go all in right off the bat to accomplish their fitness goals. They try to change a ton of different things at once and soon become burned out. These leads to a reversion back to where they started, which in turn leads to nothing but frustration. One of the ways to ensure this doesn’t happen is to build small sustainable habits overtime. In this article, Steve shares 5 hacks to help you do this effortlessly.

5. The Real Reason Why People Abandon Their Fitness Resolutions Too Early: Courtesy of Julie Anne Exter on Forbes

When you look at the statistics, the odds of anyone sticking to their resolutions are extremely low. The is especially the case when it come to health and fitness. In this article, Julie digs through a fascinating research study and explains why we can be so quick to abandon our goals.

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