Why Gaining Muscle Is Important (Especially For Women)

Why Gaining Muscle Is Important (Especially For Women)

“This won’t make my thighs bigger, will it?” That’s the exact question I received from a female client when we were doing squats recently. And unfortunately, it’s a question many women have at the gym due to mainstream media’s misunderstanding of muscle. The word muscle is a somewhat divisive term in the health and fitness…

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1 easy way to make any exercise harder

1 Easy Way To Make Any Exercise Harder

Variety seems to be what all gym-goers are chasing. If you were to follow the same person at the gym for several weeks, you’d probably notice they do something different each time they workout. There seems to be this idea floating around that you have to constantly change your workout routine or “confuse” your muscles…

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28 tips to improve your health and fitness

28 Tips To Improve Your Health And Fitness

I’ve worked with a lot of clients over the past few years. Each one of them being different than the next. They’ve had their own struggles and challenges and had to learn how to overcome them as they attempted to accomplish their health and fitness goals. The cool thing is, I’ve learned a lot along…

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Super Simple Workout Template When You're On The Go

A Super Simple Workout Template When You’re On The Go

We live in a busy world. My wife, Candice, and I were in New York City a couple of months ago. I’d been there five years ago, but didn’t remember too much about the trip (other than the tourist attractions of course). One thing that stuck out to me, this time around, was all the…

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workout for the holidays

A Workout For The Holidays

Two major holidays are right around the corner, Thanksgiving and Christmas. While both are a great time to get together with family and friends, they also present unique challenges if you’re trying to lose or even maintain your weight over the holiday season. The most obvious challenge comes with food. If everyone were being honest…

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Burn Maximum Fat With Minimal Equipment

A Workout Routine To Burn Maximum Fat With Minimal Equipment

It’s 5:30 p.m. You’ve had a long day at work, but are finally done. You’re out of the office and heading to the gym to get a workout in before the day is over. You get there only to discover that everyone had the same idea as you. The gym is packed and overrun with…

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not seeing results in the gym

What To Do When You’re Not Seeing Results In The Gym

It can be frustrating to go to the gym week in and week out and not see any visible progress. I’ve worked in several commercial gyms and can tell you from experience that the majority of gym members feel this way. They constantly put in the work, but the results just aren’t there. In times…

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An At-Home Workout For Beginners

You want to start working out but don’t want to go all in on a gym membership. Does this mean you’re doomed to wallow in a sea of inactivity forever? Absolutely not! Many fitness beginners are intimidated by the gym. It’s typically filled with judgement, equipment they’ve never used before, and an uncomfortable feeling of being out…

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top 5 workout finishers

The Top 5 Workout Finishers You Can Use To Melt Fat And Get Lean

Last year, I wrote an article for the local paper on how adding a finisher into your workouts can help speed up fat loss. If you’re unfamiliar with what a finisher is, it’s an exercise or group of exercises performed at the end of your workout. They’re usually 10 minutes or less in length and…

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single leg training

The Benefits Of Single Leg Training

Lower body training plays an important role in the effort to strip body fat and get lean. Lower body exercises use a lot of muscle mass and burn a ton of calories. But most of the movements you commonly see are things like squats, leg press, deadlifts, hip thrusts, RDLs, and the like. There’s absolutely…

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