Lifting can be a hard part of working out to take up. Without introduction to proper form and guidance through a workout, it may lead to injury and lack of results to show for the hard work one has put in. This is a guide to some easy lifts and workouts to help save your limbs and muscles and help you maintain proper form.
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A good level of joint mobility allows a person to perform movements without restriction, while a person with good flexibility may not have the strength, coordination, or balance to execute the same movement. A good point to remember is good flexibility does not always denote good mobility. Continue reading Joint Mobility – Use It, or Lose it!
We’ve all seen them, from Google Search to our Facebook Newsfeed, absurd health myths aren’t hard to stumble upon. Unfortunately, not all of them are as transparent as we’d like them to be. So, here’s just a few that we wanted to make sure to call out. Continue reading The Most Absurd Health Myths We’ve Seen Online
Fake news is everywhere. The saying used to go, “You can’t believe everything you see on TV.” Now the old adage is more like, “You can’t believe everything you see on TV or find online.” This unfortunate truth doesn’t just apply to the news. It also applies to exercise information. You really can’t believe everything you read or watch online, and it can be quite the challenge ciphering out the good information from the bad. This post is meant to help you identify quality resources for online exercise information.
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Now that you have been able to slowly start adding various parts of fitness into your lifestyle, we want to make sure that what we are doing feels enjoyable to us too. Having an enjoyable routine will make your journey much more productive. This enjoyment allows you to increase your effort level vs. a routine that you dislike which feels more like work. Continue reading How to Make Your Workout Feel Less Like Work