Are you trying to improve your tendon health? Maybe you’ve experienced an injury or think you have a little something going on...here are five things to include in your training!
Doing the same things over and over causes boredom in the gym. Here are 5 ideas on how to bring back your motivation with your training!
If you're into fitness, you may have heard someone say they're "taking a deload week," but what exactly is a deload week? Can they be beneficial for you in your training? When should you take one? Keep reading to find your answer!
Have you ever wondered how often you really need to switch up your training to continue to make progress? We'll we're going to discuss a few things to consider below! But first, as always, it depends on your goals! To be honest, this also depends on your personality and how quickly you get bored too, … Continue reading How often do you need to switch up your training?
Well, although you can experience muscle soreness or DOMS after a workout, if you're getting sore after every workout, you're probably not allowing your body to recover properly or you're switching exercises too frequently.
If you've been in the fitness space for a bit, you may have heard it before, but what really is it? 👇 Progressive overload is the concept of increasing the demand on your muscles over time to continue to build strength as you get stronger. So, if you start doing 10 bodyweight squats you're going … Continue reading What is progressive overload and why is it important?
Depending on your goals of training, your rest times should vary. We'll go over optimal rest times for when you're working on improving strength, power, hypertrophy, and muscle endurance!
We define and discuss compression and how that relates to training.
How do the hips and core impact each other? We discuss regional interdependence and how this impacts mobility, strength, and control.
Proper core engagement requires regulation of your intra-abdominal pressure. When you engage your core, you are regulating pressure in your abdominal cavity. Your core includes your diaphragm on the top, pelvic floor on the bottom, abdominals on the front/sides, and your paraspinals/other back muscles in the back - so it's not just your 6 pack … Continue reading What is proper core engagement?