1. Why HIIT is the Best Cardio for Fat Burn

    Cardio has always been associated with long jogs or hours of running on a treadmill. What if there was a way to get your cardio quickly while burning more than a normal cardio workout? High-intensity interval training, or HIIT,  is an intense method of cardio designed to provide a more dynamic mean…Read More

  2. Common Summer Workout Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

    When summer approaches, we want to make sure we either look or stay fit while we go out to enjoy the perks of the season. However, due to the changes in weather, there are a few considerations you should keep in mind as you continue your fitness journey during the hot summer months. (more…)…Read More

  3. Can High Elevation Masks Increase Endurance?

    A new trend is sweeping through gyms and performance centers nationwide. Athletes are now implementing the use of high elevation masks to help further their training efforts. The mask is said to simulate the conditions of training at a high altitude. A key benefit of this training is increased red b…Read More

  4. What You Should Know About Kettlebell Exercises

    Free weight exercising is the most original and common form of weightlifting. Whether it be a bench press or dumbbells, free weights have long allowed fitness enthusiasts to push their brute strength to the absolute limit. While the effectiveness of many modern exercising tools such as resistance ma…Read More

  5. Pros and Cons of Resistance Machines

    The late Arthur Allen Jones sold the first exercise machine in 1970 and revolutionized the fitness industry. Since then, physical trainers on gym floors have been replaced by dozens on dozens of weight lifting machines. Gym memberships are no longer exclusive to big bulky men but open to recent moth…Read More

  6. How to Jump Rope for your Workout

    Many aspiring athletes don’t think of a jump rope as a good workout tool or try it for a day before giving up; however, jumping rope is one of the best cardio exercises you can add to your workout because it is cheap, flexible, and easy. The trick to jumping rope is knowing some basics to prevent …Read More

  7. How to Stay Fit on Vacation

    Even when the holidays are over, winter is still the most active time for families to go on vacation. Holidays can mean long periods of rest, lots of food, and a more relaxed schedule than what you may be used to. These aspects are great; it’s good to have a change of pace! However, if you’re on…Read More

  8. Keeping Fueled Throughout A Workout

    If you are working out, chances are your goals fall into one or more of three categories: losing weight, building muscle, and trying to feel healthier. Regardless of which of these goals best matches your goals, staying properly fueled is key to achieving them. When we say “fueled” we primarily …Read More

  9. The Importance of Sleep to Fitness

    Sleep is a much too often overlooked component of health. Whether you are trying to lose weight, build muscle, increase your energy, or simply feel healthier in general, sleep can be a critical factor. In fact, depending on your individual body, you may end up doing everything right and still not se…Read More