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Barbell Curl Exercise Tips: What You Need to Know

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Barbell Curl Exercise Tips: What You Need to Know

The Barbell Curl The nuts and bolts of what you need to know… The barbell curl is generally a “tool” used to build “mass,” but it’s a very versatile tool that can be used for a lot of different goals and situations Grip position, grip width, relative shoulder/elbow position, and speed of movement are all […]

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Tips to Increase the Volume for Your Weak or Underdeveloped Muscles

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Tips to Increase the Volume for Your Weak or Underdeveloped Muscles

Regional Training The nuts and bolts of what you need to know… One of the most effective ways to increase the volume a specific muscle is subjected to is to attack it with a “regional” approach A “regional” approach consists of modifying the way in which you perform the same exercises you’re already performing, in […]

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Top 5 Alternative Cardio Workouts

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Top 5 Alternative Cardio Workouts

Say “So Long!” To The Gym With These 5 Cardio Routine Shake-Ups Sick of running and running, but never getting anywhere? Hop off the treadmill and take your cardio workout elsewhere. Sure, cardio machine workouts might get you the results you’re looking for, but let’s be honest, they’re far from the most exciting cardio exercise […]

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The 1000 Challenge Compound Exercise Workout

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The 1000 Challenge Compound Exercise Workout

The 1000 Challenge; A Noticeable Change in 10 Days! How’s that New Year’s resolution doing? Well, we are now into the second month of the New Year and perhaps you are already starting to see your resolve wane in keeping that New Year’s resolution of going to the gym more often. But don’t give up […]

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The Do’s and Don’ts of High-Intensity Interval Training

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The Do’s and Don’ts of High-Intensity Interval Training

High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Exercise You’ve probably heard of high-intensity interval training, a hot trend among both athletes and amateur fitness folks alike. High-intensity interval training (HIIT) is defined by short bursts of intense exercise broken up by short periods of downtime for recovery. There are several key benefits of HIIT, including accelerated fat loss, […]

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Ideas for an Effective Outdoor Park Workout Routine

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Ideas for an Effective Outdoor Park Workout Routine

Part 3 – No Gym, No Problem: The Trend Toward Park Workouts In our previous two articles in the No Gym, No Problem series we talked about creative and fun ways you can exercise and stay fit both at work and at home. In this third and final installment of the series we will cover […]

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Olympic Weightlifting Tips for Beginners

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Olympic Weightlifting Tips for Beginners

Why Every Day Shouldn’t Be PR Day For many athletes that are looking for new and challenging ways to push their limits, whether it’s through a Crossfit box, personal trainer, or your newly Black Friday purchased home gym – the thing that always happens is that once we get into a routine, all we want […]

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Circuit Training Workout Routine for Home

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Circuit Training Workout Routine for Home

Part 2 – No Gym, No Problem: House Room Circuit Training In this second part of the “No Gym, No Problem” series, we will introduce a new concept for home workouts that you will want to include in your training program even if you do go to a gym. First, let’s take a look at […]

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Glute Activation Exercises for Lower Crossed Syndrome

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Glute Activation Exercises for Lower Crossed Syndrome

The Myth of ‘Tight Glutes’ To start off with, you don’t have tight glutes. Sure, when a massage therapist digs around there or you lay on a trigger point ball it feels like Zeus himself is making his presence known – you still don’t have tight glutes. So what do you have? Weak Glutes. Now […]

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How to Build Muscle Without Weights

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How to Build Muscle Without Weights

No Equipment, No Problem! Many people believe that the only way to build muscle is through heavy weight training, but that is not true as there are certain methods that allow you to gain muscle mass without the need of any fitness equipment. This type of bodyweight training is also referred to sometimes as calisthenics, […]

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Exercises for the Office: Staying Fit on the Job!

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Exercises for the Office: Staying Fit on the Job!

Part I – No Gym, No Problem: Staying Fit at the Office I know you’re not reading this on company time, but if you are, make sure to have that spreadsheet ready to maximize from your toolbar. And speaking of tools, this article will give you some tools you can implement to avoid many of […]

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Top 5 Best Cardio Workouts Without Cardio Machines

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Top 5 Best Cardio Workouts Without Cardio Machines

Cardio Machine or Not to Cardio Machine? While many of you will find that cardio machines at your local gym are ideal for helping you achieve your cardiovascular and weight loss goals, mostly because of convenience, some of you will certainly find that these machine based workout routines eventually get very stale and before long […]

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Exercises to Create an Effective Time Saving Workout

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Exercises to Create an Effective Time Saving Workout

If You Only had Time to do Four Exercises If you say, “There is no way around it, no matter how I juggle my schedule, I just can’t find an hour to devote to working out,” then you need not fear, for there are four exercises you can do in this time that will train […]

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Overcoming Workout Plateaus: What You Need to Know

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Overcoming Workout Plateaus: What You Need to Know

Overcoming A Workout Plateau: Adapting to Thrive If it’s been a while since you’ve seen any significant results from your current workout program, it may be time to reevaluate and reassess your approach. Whether you are a beginner, intermediate or advanced in whatever type of training you do, we all have one thing in common—we […]

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