Category: Exercise

The 3 ‘Rules of 3’ for Exercise

Follow these three rules to get the most out of your exercise routine.

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The 6 by 6 Workout: A Full Body Workout for when the Weather’s Keeping You in

This workout that exercises the whole body can be completed almost anywhere and at any time with no equipment.

Sprint Interval Workout

Jogging is perhaps the best thing you can do for your health, except sprint intervals may have it beat.

Nickels and Dimes Workout

This workout won’t burn a hole in your wallet, but it will leave you with a burn. Nickels and dimes is a fun workout you can do almost anywhere.

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The 7 Laws of Training – Getting the Most Out of Your Workouts

With hundreds of workout routines available for us to choose from, it is important to choose a program that follows the seven laws of training and is suitable for our desired training outcomes.

The Six Fundamental Movements of Major Body Segments

The six fundamental movements of major body segments are flexion, extension, abduction, adduction, rotation, and circumduction. Flexion is decreasing the angle between body segments, an example being a bicep curl whenever the wrist is moving […]

The Difference Between Aerobic and Anaerobic Exercise and Why it Matters

I’m sure you hear the terms aerobic and anaerobic all the time. The term aerobic has often been used synonymously with the term cardio and is sometimes confused with a type of fitness class from […]

The Impacts of Running

A few years ago I was training for a marathon, and I was feeling great throughout my training. I had just run my best half marathon time while training a couple weeks prior, and I […]

A Beginner’s Guide to Exercise Volume 2: Weight Loss Basics

As important physical fitness can be in establishing overall health, I personally view it as a mere supplemental piece to the absolute essential concepts of nutrition. Understanding what role caloric intake plays in the overall […]

What Type of Shoes Should You Wear When Trying to Lose Weight?

The human body is structured to be able to efficiently hold up a certain weight. If you start exceeding that weight, your body will begin compensating or breaking down, causing pain or discomfort in certain […]