Fitness Articles

Wearable Trends

It’s nearly impossible to know what will be trending in fitness in the near future. It is always evolving, always being influenced and always influencing. So, where fitness trends will be in 12 months is anybody’s guess. One thing I ...

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Abs: How to Get Them

Abs: everyone wants them, but we already have them. We associate their visibility with optimal health, peak fitness, and strict dieting. We try endless routines that promise to give us a shredded six pack in a few days, yet we ...

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Women and Strength Training Part 3: Deadlift

Strength training – more specifically powerlifting – has given me so much confidence and pleasure in the way I live my life; I feel much more confident in both my personal and professional lives. Who knew the iron could be ...

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Women and Strength Training Part 2: Bench Press

When I was finally able to break free from the myth that lifting weights was going to make me big and bulky, I truly learned what it felt like to become empowered by something. The iron has given me strength, ...

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Women and Strength Training Part 1: The Squat

Learning how to strength train has been one of the most inspiring practices I have ever applied to my life. My fitness journey started (I’m sure) like many women; inspired by those who graced fitness magazine covers and thought that ...

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Are your missing out on gains?

We get it, we’re supposed to train with planned out training sessions based on body part splits. You know, Monday is chest day and Tuesday is shoulder day and so on. At least that’s what we’re told, right? I was ...

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Fasted Training – Yes? or No?

We’re going to re-start the great debate about fasted training, should you or shouldn’t you? It’s a debate that has been raging online for quite some time. It’s time to put our two cents in and hopefully put it to ...

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Health and the Elderly

A study conducted by the University of California – San Diego finds that elderly women who remain sedentary for 10 hours a day or more may contain cells that are up to 8 years older than their chronological age. The ...

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