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5 Myths to Core Training

Core training or exercise that specifically targets the core muscles has become one of the hottest topics in the fitness world lately. Unfortunately, its surge in popularity has also given rise to several ‘core training myths’. This article unearths the most common myths and offers corrective ‘truths’ from a professional personal trainer.

The Importance of Foot Strength

The strength and the stability of the foot is crucial to all exercises and sports that involve the lower body. However, the foot is often overlooked by personal trainers in program design. The foot is rather unpredictable but it does follow to mechanical paths; pronation and supination. The article suggests how few simple exercises can be added to ensure that the foot is strong and better prepared for more complex lower body exercises.

Keeping Joints Warm To Avoid Injury

Did you know that covering your joints can prevent exercised-related injuries? Simply wearing knee-length spandex shorts and neoprene braces can help keep joints warm and mobile during your exercise routine.

Reveal Your Abs: 6 Things You Need to Know About That Elusive Six Pack

There are a lot of misconceptions about how to successfully reveal your abs and chisel your beach ready six-pack. Unfortunately, there aren’t any true shortcuts that will give you “5 minute abs,” but there are some things you should know so you’re not wasting your time with endless crunches.

A Beginner’s Guide to the Gym: 5 Things You Must Know

Successfully navigate your local gym by learning about the basic nature of the gym, how the people there think, gym vocabulary, and important gym etiquette. This is information every gym-goer should know!

The Pushup and the Jump Rope A Brutal Bodyweight Training Combo

In today’s society most people use a couple of different ways to get themselves into what they call shape. In reality most people have no idea what getting fit really means. Getting fit is not driving to the gym to walk on a treadmill than doing some curls in hopes of getting bigger arms to impress the ladies.

Reaching for the Gold

The Olympic Games have a long, rich history of determining who is of the athletic elite. Even in the modern Olympic Games, athletes still exhibit pure strength, fortitude and a sense of community rarely sensed anywhere else.

4 Tips To Finding The Best Weekly Workout Schedule for You

Finding the best weekly workout schedule can be the determining factor on how quick and effectively you achieve your goals. Maintaining the right balance is the key for finding the perfect workout for you.

A Few Words on Exercise

This week I would like to talk about exercise. For the most part the word exercise appears to be a foreign word lately. I started exercising when I was 13, and I haven’t stopped since.

Special Olympics Helps Many Athletes Reach for Gold

For 43 years, the Special Olympics has been dedicated to helping individuals with intellectual disabilities participate and compete in sporting events throughout the world. Founded by Eunice Kennedy Shriver, the Special Olympics proves there is an athlete in all of us.

Resolution – Working Out

Let’s face it. The reality of working out for the traditional New Year’s resolution almost never falls through. Something somewhere went wrong and now you are sitting on your lazy butt reading this article trying to fathom how you can start working out again and again.

Top 5 Free Fitness Apps

The top 5 free fitness apps that can help you lose weight, keep your calories in check and take you through a killer workout. I get asked a lot what I use and these apps make it easy and fun to learn.

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