Tight or achy muscles? Experiencing more injuries and soreness? Find out how a foam roller and a technique called self-myofascial massage can help you feel better and improve your performance.
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How balanced is your workout? Hopefully, balanced enough to stay motivated and enjoy the time you spend exercising. If not, it’s time to reevaluate. Here are some ways to add more balance to your workout and have more fun!
Your buttocks age just as the rest of your body does. How does your “bottom line” change as you get older? Most importantly what can you do to prevent it? Find out more about your glutes and buttocks and how they change over time.
Flat abdominals – is it on your wish list? Some people have more difficulty getting their abdominals completely flat than others. Here are six factors that could be making it harder to get the abdominals you want and what you can do about them.
It’s important to challenge yourself in new ways to enhance your fitness level. One way to do this is to add a medicine ball to your routine. Find out how working with a medicine ball can help you get fitter and what their limitations are.
High-intensity interval training is growing in popularity. Some research shows it’s more effective for fat loss than moderate-intensity exercise. Why might this be? A hormone called adrenaline seems to play a role. Find out more about adrenaline and high-intensity exercise and how it can help you shed body fat.
If jogging fills you with a sense of dread, don’t fear; that’s not the only way to rev up your routine and help you burn calories faster. Instead, try a few other techniques that can help you get more out of your daily walk.
Are you taking a balanced approach to resistance training? If you enjoy working certain muscle groups there’s a tendency to focus on those and neglect others. That can lead to muscle imbalances and injury. Here are four muscle groups many people ignore and why you should give them more focus.
One type of workout most people don’t consider until they’re injured or have joint issues is low-impact workouts. Contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to jump to get an intense workout. Here are four myths about low-impact exercise dispelled.
What’s better for post-exercise soreness or DOMS – massage or exercise? Find out what a study shows and whether you should keep exercising when your muscles are sore. You’ll also discover what exercises are best.