From what it is to how to do it and why you should, check out our ultimate guide to HIIT workouts and how to incorporate them into your routine.
Changing up your workout can help progress your fitness. Plyometrics is one option to try that offers many benefits. Here’s what you need to know as a beginner. We also share a starter plyometrics workout.
Mobility is a word you might be hearing a lot of in fitness circles. It’s a simple concept that requires attention. Learn more about what mobility training is and how and why to add it to your and your client’s routines.
Muscle contractions are part of all human movement. Understanding the different types of muscle contractions will ensure safe and effective training. Learn the right lifting techniques and how isometric exercises can enhance your results.
Most people who engage in physical activity know you’re supposed to warm up first. Even if you don’t know why, you probably try to do some stretching or gentle movements. But why? And are you doing it right? We’ll fill you in on all the details.
If you have a running goal, a coach can help you achieve it. But not every coach is the right fit for you. Here are 7 factors to consider when searching for your ideal running coach.
The pelvis is the center of motion of the body. If it gets out of whack, you’ll feel it in your back, hips, neck, and more. It’s worth taking a little time to identify any imbalances and do the exercises and strength training necessary to fix them.
Muscles in the head, neck, and shoulders are prone to imbalance. Here’s how to recognize issues in these areas. You’ll also learn a few exercises for restoring balance once again.
Do you currently assess your clients’ muscle balance? If not, here’s why you should. We also share a few of your muscle balance test options.
Circuit training vs HITT: Which one is your favorite? And, more importantly, which one is more effective? Check out our breakdown on the blog.
The gym harbors all kinds of microbes that cause infection and illness, but with the right steps and some common sense, you can still enjoy your workout and avoid getting sick.
Have you ever had a client say they were too tired to work out? In some cases, poor sleep quality may be to blame. Here are a few helpful tips for promoting better sleep, giving them the energy needed to regularly work out.