If you are looking to improve your fitness results, it is necessary to reevaluate your nutritional habits. We've put together six of our most effective eating tips.
American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) recommends that you do 60 to 90 minutes of exercise 5 days per week for weight loss. This equals between 300 to 450 minutes of exercise per week.
We know that doing push-ups can be an intimidating challenge at first, but you can improve by working through a series of progression. Instead of just jumping into a classic push-up, we start on an incline using a box or even a coach. We then move to negative push-ups before finally incorporating a longer hold
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Though you may not see our coaches banging our reps while you’re in the studio, every member of our team is dedicated to practicing what they preach: consistent work to get the fitness results that they want. To get better understanding of how hard our coaches train to stay fit, Coach Henry shared his workout routine and nutrition program.
Strength training is not just about losing weight but making long term changes to improve your health and fitness level. If you focus on just the digits on the scale, you may miss the other benefits of your training program. Your weight doesn’t tell you the whole story behind your fitness journey.
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Many athletes believe that the only way to increase the difficulty of their weight routine is to simply increase the pounds that they are putting up. Though stacking more plates to your bar will obviously make the exercise harder, you will be missing out on other ways to improve your progression, such as your balance and stability.