Traveling? You don’t need to neglect the gym. Find out how you can keep in shape and feel good while on your adventures.
Not everyone needs to back squat 400 pounds – and not everyone wants to. Whether you want to eliminate your back pain, stop feeling out of breath when you walk up the stairs, or want to have more energy to play with your children, having functional fitness will help.
So you have just gotten back from a trip out of town. The kids are starting to go back to school and the workload at your job is about to increase rapidly. How can you make sure your fitness does not get left behind?
Are you struggling to keep up the momentum of your New Year’s resolution to get fit and healthy? Don’t let this year be just like the last 10 when you started out strong, dropped off, and then lost the gains you made. Here are five ways to keep yourself going!
Instead of just jumping into your first hike or outdoor adventure this spring, get your body prepared.
Stick with your workout for 5 minutes. Don’t like it? Move on to your next 5 minutes!
Most of us don’t think about our back unless it’s giving us pain – and 75 percent of us will experience back pain at some point in our lives. This can range from a “strain” that leaves us feeling tight and sore, to a back that’s completely “out,” which likely involves ligamentous injury, discal insult, […]
As humans, we love to move, and core strength is a vital part of movement. From golfing to downhill skiing, and even standing up, the core muscles in our anterior (front) and posterior (back) help control our coordination and can improve our lives.
Add this 5-minute rule to your fitness toolbox.
Keep your workouts consistent and reliable throughout the summer with these two key personal trainer steps.