• Comparisons are Key

    Training for a competition? One size (or training method) does NOT fit all. It is essential that if you’re building your physique, that you seriously take body composition into consideration… especially when it comes to preparing for a contest. Body proportion influences symmetry, and it also dictates a training style. Here’s how to knock it […]

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  • Harsh Gym Equipment Demands

    You can’t deny it: if you’re looking for a weekly workout plan, the gym is the place to be. Affordable and convenient, it offers equipment, classes and encouragement to help you reach your goals. But is it demanding too much? We examine whether the accessibility of your gym overrides convenience.   The Demands of Your […]

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  • Informing Your Family of Your Need to Get Fit

    Why does support from your family matter when it comes to your fitness journey? Because accountability works. But there are other reasons why making your fitness a family affair works so well. We’ll share all of them, so read on!   Accountability Counts   Taking your health seriously is step one. But step two? Learning […]

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  • Observing Media Personalities

    The lean, fit and rockin’ bodies of A-list celebrities – it’s tempting to want it, but how realistic is it to achieve it? Nearly everyone with a national media spotlight seems to be fit. In this article, we’ll examine the habits and training regimens of high-profile personalities, and answer the question of: “Is it doable […]

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  • Are You A Fan of the Lunk Alarm? 

    Can you handle someone screaming as they pursue a personal goal?    What is the Lunk Alarm? The lunk alarm, a loud siren, is used by a national fitness chain to discourage unwanted behavior. Do you grunt when you lift or drop the weights? You could set off the alarm. The chain says it wants […]

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  • Trading Addictions for Gym Habits 

    Some people claim that adopting a fitness lifestyle cured their chosen addictions. What exercise elements are best for someone emerging from addiction recovery?    Exercise for recovery There is no doubt that exercise has several health benefits. Countless studies have proven that regular exercise yields better health outcomes such as reduced risk of certain cancers, […]

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  • Ageism in the Gym 

    No one should judge a fellow gym member because of age. So how do you spot ageism that has a negative effect on a fellow gym member? And what are the benefits of having a workout partner with many more years of fitness experience? Read on to learn more.   Use names A common way of […]

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  • Are Leggings Distracting? 

    You probably didn’t need another excuse to slack off at the gym, but naked-style leggings are here to provide one for you anyway. Here are some of the head-turning styles that may just have you working up a sweat, even when you’re not working out.   David leggings – You don’t need to head to […]

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  • Unveiling Gym Mysteries

    The locker room is one of the highest traffic areas of a gym. People are showering, talking, shaving, and comparing themselves to one another. There’s a lot going on! Learn the differences in male and female locker rooms and protocol for staying on your best locker room behavior.   What We’re Dealing With   Do […]

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  • Personal Giant Sets That Work

    When it comes to work outs that actually make an impact, which ones actually work? Design your own circuit to meet your fitness goals. Don’t worry if they fail to meet the standard mold. This blog post will show you how!   What is a Giant Set?   Whether you’re used to lifting hard and […]

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