Best Exercises for Women over 60 and The Workouts To Avoid

by Jordan Thomson

Best Exercises for Women over 60 and The Workouts To Avoid One of the most common questions we get from someone beginning an exercise routine is “What are the best exercises for me?” While there are tons of resources on the best exercises for losing weight or the best exercises for specific conditions, women in […]

Your Best Chance at Quickly Recovering from Surgery… Or Avoiding it Altogether

by Matt Hedman

Prehab Is Your Best Chance At Quickly Recovering From Surgery “When my doctor gave me two choices about the pain in my right shoulder- Either live with it or have surgery, I felt hopeless.”- Sherry Chriss, client. Facing surgery is scary and quite common for a lot of adults. Although every surgery can’t be avoided, […]

How He’s Stayed Active at 71 with Lyme Disease

by Jordan Thomson

How He’s Stayed Active at 71 with Lyme Disease After a lifetime of being active and in great physical shape, Jody Calcara had to navigate a disease that affected his strength and stamina. Despite his love for running, biking, and kayaking, that kind of lifestyle got harder and frustrating. Luckily, the solution to his problem […]

Is a Personal Trainer Worth It?

by Sean Preuss

Is a personal trainer worth it? We lay out all of the research-backed facts, so you can decide for yourself. The hardest thing about starting a fitness journey is simply starting. The second hardest? Knowing what to do to actually get results. Part of this struggle comes from seeing social media feeds with workouts, meal […]

How She Eliminated Chronic Knee Pain with Exercise

by Jordan Thomson

How She Eliminated Chronic Knee Pain with Exercise It can be common for people to feel lost or uncertain in the gym, especially if they have joint pain they aren’t sure how to work around. Trainer Rebekah Bickham found herself a little clueless in the gym with chronic knee pain after she graduated from high […]

Full Range of Motion While Strength Training

by Sean Preuss

Full Range of Motion While Strength Training Strength training isn’t simply “lifting things.” In fact, there’s a science to strength training. When that scientific approach is used, great results are achieved. One of the pillars of exercise is effectiveness – and one science-backed way to ensure exercise is effective is to lift challenging weights using […]

Can Osteoporosis Be Reversed?

by Sean Preuss

Can Osteoporosis Be Reversed? What is Osteoporosis? Osteoporosis is diagnosed when a person has suffered a significant loss of bone mass because their body can’t produce enough new bone to keep up with old bone loss. “Bone is living tissue that constantly breaks down and is replaced” (Mayoclinic.com). With this disease, bones become hollow and […]

5 Natural Remedies for Fibromyalgia

by Sean Preuss

5 Natural Remedies for Fibromyalgia Living with fibromyalgia can feel like a battle to ease pain and chronic fatigue. Finding a solution to treat fibromyalgia while staying healthy and active can also feel like a never ending challenge. In this article, we’ve compiled 5 natural remedies for fibromyalgia and the treatment of symptoms. Symptoms of […]

DC Personal Trainer Shares Injury Prevention Workout

by Jordan Thomson

DC Personal Trainer Shares Injury Prevention Workout After devoting 12 years to her basketball career, Cam Gatling knew a thing or two about strength and fitness. But when a serious knee injury knocked her down, she discovered the importance of injury prevention and the workout that was perfect for it. — During her junior year […]

How to Keep Cholesterol in Check

by Sean Preuss

How to Keep Cholesterol in Check In this article, we explain the importance and the potential dangers of cholesterol. With a simple solution, you will find out how to keep your cholesterol in check, in just 4 weeks.   “It is possible to have too much of a good thing.” – Aesop Too much water. […]

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