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HIT Training – High Intensity Training

HIT Training – High Intensity Training   Recently updated !

How does HIT Training Work? HIT (High Intensity Training) works using the theory that you can build muscle with only one or two working sets as long as it surpasses the workload from your previous workout. It also works by allowing your body parts optimum recovery time between workouts so that they can progress and […]


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10 Things I Learned About Competing as a Male Fitness Model   Recently updated !

So, I just completed my journey towards becoming a competitive male fitness model and placed 4th out of 12 at the Miami Pro Championships on April 1st 2012 in my very first fitness competition. It’s a couple of months after the show and upon reflection, I want to share with you some of  the valuable […]


Should You Wear Sweaters to the Gym

Should You Wear Sweaters to the Gym?   Recently updated !

Many people equate effective workouts to the amount of sweat they produce. While it’s true that exerting effort can make you sweat, it doesn’t always mean that more equates to better. What’s more, it doesn’t always help speed up your weight loss journey. In fact, we previously discussed the dangers of drenching yourself in sweat […]


Strained From Inactivity

Strained From Inactivity   Recently updated !

Athletes are not the only people to get injured, but we now see that with the growing population of the work force more and more employees are getting injured due to inactivity or bad posture. As a matter of a fact 80-90% of the U.S. population is affected by lower back pain with treatment costs […]


Tabata Intervals Training Workout

Tabata Protocol: Interval Training Workout   Recently updated !

WARNING: Tabata protocol, or Tabata intervals training, is not fun – especially if you’re doing it at the proper intensity. However, there is a bright side. It can offer you dramatic benefits with just 4 minutes of working out, and just a few times a week – said benefits include both increases in cardiovascular and […]


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Officially Weigh in Once a Week Maximum   Recently updated !

Weighing yourself on a weekly basis can give you a good idea of the progress you’re making.  It will help motivate you if you’re making gains or motivate you even more if you didn’t make your mark that week.  Weight also fluctuates naturally over time, so you’ll want to maintain a consistent schedule. Remember too, […]


Pilates & Cardio Workout Plan

Pilates & Cardio Workout Plan   Recently updated !

Overview Combining Pilates exercise for alignment, core awareness, flexibility and muscle strength with regular cardiovascular training, will guarantee you long lean muscles and a great body. This workout is inspired by P90X DVD workouts. Materials Mat + Elastic Band (Heavy Weight- Blue) Recommendations Commit to do this workout 3 times a week for 4 weeks. […]


Learn how to prevent lower back pain

Learn how to prevent lower back pain   Recently updated !

STOP THE PAIN! Cheryl was satisfied with her workout. She benched her personal best, did a great set of bicep curls, then finished up with a hundred burning ab crunches. When Cheryl returned to work she bent over to pick up a pencil from the floor, and could not straighten her back up. The diagnosis: […]


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Broscience vs Science – Who’s Side Are You On?   Recently updated !

The landscape of fitness lately is moving along faster than I can ever remember. So fast, in fact, that today it serves as my inspiration for the content of this post. With us now knowing more and more (or at least we think) about the human body than we ever have in the past, you’d […]


The 8 Secrets Of Personal Trainers

The 8 Secrets Of Personal Trainers   Recently updated !

A personal trainer can help you get where you want to go, but only if you have the right mindset. Knowing these truths will help you get the most out of the experience! Lack of integrity, unfounded promises, biased decision-making, and money-grubbing: Unfortunately, all of these things have become synonymous in many people’s minds with […]