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Highest Injury Sports

Anyone who follows sports or participates is aware of one fact:

There is always a risk of injury. Some sports are safer than others, but physical activity can result in small and significant injuries, especially in contact sports.

We go over four sports that carry a significant injury risk and how they compare to traditional weight training.

May 20, 2022 — Daniel Felstein
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Sitting All Day

You’ve probably heard the idea that sitting all day leads to neck and back pain. At first glance, the idea makes sense, but how accurate is it? Are we genuinely increasing the risk of aches in these areas if we sit around all day?
May 06, 2022 — Daniel Felstein
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Sports Injuries

It’s no secret that sports can be risky. From football and basketball to summer and winter sports, athletes get injured all the time and for various reasons.

But have you ever stopped to think about the most and least dangerous sports out there? If you had to guess, which sport would you say has the highest injury rate?

April 01, 2022 — Daniel Felstein
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Weight Loss For The Obese

We are all familiar with the basic elements of weight loss:

Move more and eat less.

Doing that is easier said than done, especially in obese individuals who want to lose weight.
March 18, 2022 — Daniel Felstein
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How Long Does The Muscle-Building Process Take

You’ve probably heard that muscle growth is a slow process. It often goes like this:

“It often takes years to build noticeable amounts of muscle.”

But how true is that, and is there no hope of making significant improvements in the short term?

March 11, 2022 — Daniel Felstein
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RPE vs. Percentage-Based Training

RPE and percentage-based training are two popular approaches people enjoy using these days.

But what are they, how do they differ, what benefits does each offer, and is it possible to combine the two?
March 04, 2022 — Daniel Felstein
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How Long Does It Take to Start Losing Muscle

Everyone is interested in knowing how long it takes to build muscle, but what about the opposite? In other words, how quickly can we expect to lose our hard-earned progress if we stop training right now?
February 25, 2022 — Daniel Felstein
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Strength and Its Application to Power

You’ve probably heard of the term power before. For example, when a boxer knocks out an opponent, people praise the athlete for having great power.

But what exactly is power, and does it matter as much as people believe? More importantly, is being stronger good for your power output, or are the two unrelated?

February 18, 2022 — Daniel Felstein
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Stretching vs. Rolling Out

Have you ever wondered if you should stretch your muscles or use a foam roller? Both are popular tactics for improving mobility and warming up before training, but which one is better?
February 11, 2022 — Daniel Felstein


Mindset dictates our beliefs, the effort we put into our training, and the results we can achieve. In other words, your attitude is the foundation that dictates everything else.

What Is Mindset, And Why Does It Matter?

February 04, 2022 — Daniel Felstein
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Training Community

Aside from your fitness results, being part of a community can offer numerous unique benefits, making the experience more fun and engaging.

Let’s explore the value of training communities and what benefits you can reap.

January 28, 2022 — Daniel Felstein
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Goal Setting

Let’s take an in-depth look at practical goal setting and how to apply the principles to your life.
January 14, 2022 — Daniel Felstein