The fitness world is full of myths and misconceptions that refuse to go away and often drive people down unproductive and frustrating paths.
To that end, we’ve put together this post to review four common misconceptions related to training and nutrition.
The gluteus maximus is the largest and most powerful muscle in the entire body. Having strong glutes offer numerous benefits when working out, playing sports, and carrying out everyday tasks.
Any person who trains consistently and pushes for progress will experience the occasional tweak or discomfort that goes away within a few days.
Unfortunately, the temporary tweak can grow into something more serious and require serious attention.
Today’s post will review the best training practices while injured, allowing you to stay active without impeding recovery.
Have you been spending too much time hunched over your computer? Or maybe you used to hit the gym after work but have since swapped that habit with binge-watching TV shows and movies?
In any case, read on to learn about the most common symptoms of a sedentary lifestyle and practical steps you can take to resolve each.
While limiting certain activities can be good, staying active is good for maintaining muscle tone, promoting blood flow, and potentially speeding up the healing process.
With that in mind, we’ve compiled a list of 5 simple rehab activities you can do at your desk.
Taking a long break from the gym can be difficult to handle physically and mentally. Active people enjoy working out, love how each workout makes them feel, and train consistently to feel better.
Unfortunately, certain situations call for taking time off training.
If you’re in this situation, you might wonder how long you should wait before returning to training after giving birth.
Retirement can be the time to travel, learn new skills, enjoy more physical activity, and take on new hobbies. But, for all of that to be possible, one must take good care of their mobility and prevent stagnation from setting in.
We’ve put together this post to go over the importance of mobility and how you can improve yours with a few simple movements.
Glute training is often part of rehab, prehab, and strength programs, designed to help you overcome injuries, stay healthy and become more functional.
In this post, we’ll discuss the importance of glute strength and the first steps you can take to building buns of steel.