7 Tips for Injury Prevention.

Have you ever gotten an injury while doing some sort of exercise? Here is a list of 7 tips that can be your guide for Injury Prevention. Know your limitations  Train smart, stay within your boundaries, ask for a spot when you are unsure, and follow proper training protocols. Respect your body- it is speaking… Continue reading 7 Tips for Injury Prevention.

How to Train Like a Professional

This is a breakdown of exercise training principles: How to train like a professional. The exercise training principles are a guide for how health professionals program and optimize workouts; there’s no secret recipe for a perfect plan that works universally. Everyone has individual needs and goals, which is why we understand and apply these principles… Continue reading How to Train Like a Professional

Train like your trainer: Rate of Perceived exertion

When it’s time to workout nobody likes being confused. This series is designed to give you a look at what is going on in a trainer’s head while they are working out. As we review concepts, you’ll be able to understand why your trainer does the things that they do and work on doing them… Continue reading Train like your trainer: Rate of Perceived exertion

Recovery from Exercise

If you ever have felt that you are having a hard time in your recovery from an exercise. This article will show you how to reduce muscle soreness and upgrade your fitness level. What is DOMS? DOMS, or Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness, it’s that tender achy soreness in your muscles the day after a workout… Continue reading Recovery from Exercise

Keeping a Workout Journal

Keeping a workout Journal: What to log to stay on top of your fitness Whatever your fitness goals are, if you’re not already keeping a workout journal, it may be time to consider starting to. We’ve all heard that block scheduling, tracking, keeping notes have helped us navigate through our busy lives and ever-changing schedules.… Continue reading Keeping a Workout Journal

Weight Belts: Should or should not use them?

Weight… don’t touch that belt! At least before you do, make sure you know the reasoning behind why weight belts are used and if you should or should not use them. Types of Belts  There are various types of belts that any person could buy. The three that are most common are bodybuilding belts, powerlifting… Continue reading Weight Belts: Should or should not use them?

5 ways to measure progress

Everyone’s fitness journey is unique to them. Weight loss is one of the many common goals that a client may desire for themselves. There is nothing wrong with having this goal in mind and working towards achieving it. While seeing a downward trend in the number on the scale is exciting feedback, it is not… Continue reading 5 ways to measure progress

Breakdown of the Basic Functional Movements

It’s no secret that functional movement is the foundation for managing a healthy and active lifestyle. That’s why many health professionals program workouts focused on improving specific movement patterns used during a typical day. This blog will share a breakdown of the Basic Functional Movements so you can understand your programs with greater clarity. Not… Continue reading Breakdown of the Basic Functional Movements

Get a Grip!

There is so much fitness jargon out in the world because of social media. Let me cover one topic that is pretty basic so you can get a grip on what is real and what isn’t about bicep training.  What Is The Bicep? For starters, there needs to be some basic understanding of the biceps.… Continue reading Get a Grip!

Dealing with Injuries

Dealing with injuries. Some helpful ways to cope and carry on with your training for a strong comeback, both physically and mentally How do injuries happen? I think that everyone would agree, dealing with injuries sucks. Unfortunately, injuries happen, even when we are training carefully, and doing everything in our power to avoid them in… Continue reading Dealing with Injuries