• 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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  • Is Fashion Important at the Gym?

    When it comes to working out at the gym, everyone is different. From their workout style (weights vs. class) to the time of day they’re most effective, it varies. But where does fitness come into play? For some people, gym attire is essential to a workout. Learn how to know when your gym attire is […]

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  • Gyms Are Businesses After All

    Now that you’re done with your workout, it’s time to fuel up at the juice bar! Some drinks have fillers, and they are geared toward profit while others are the real thing.  How can a gym member order a juice bar item that is genuine? We dive into this common issue to find out.   […]

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  • A List of “Healthy” Foods that are Actually Fatty

    A List of “Healthy” Foods that are Actually Fatty

    Eating healthy is important for weight loss and living an active lifestyle, and surprisingly, many of the foods thought to be healthy are far from it. Many foods considered to be healthy have high levels of sodium or sugar, and even food labeled as “organic” or “low-fat” can be far from healthy because of the […]

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  • What is the Minimum Comfortable Distance in the Gym? 

    The standard for gym comfortability is a radius of 10 feet. With more and more people joining the gym, certain behavioral standards are more important than ever.    Be the example Most would agree that the rules of civility are on the decline. Questionable behavior is popping up everywhere – including the gym. Here the […]

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  • Protein Needs – What is the controversy with eggs. Are they healthy, or are they harmful? 

    Dietary advice changes so frequently it can be difficult to know when you’re making the best choices. One minute, eggs are in as a healthy source of protein. Next, eggs are out because they are thought to increase the likelihood of heart disease. What’s the bottom line? Read on for helpful advice   How much […]

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  • Reducing Finger and Hand Fatigue During Workouts 

     Many excellent programs require using gym equipment like kettle bells. Sometimes, fingers give out before muscles. Here are tips to protect the hands.    Be strong…and gentle Go ahead and use equipment that helps you build muscle and feel strong, just don’t forget to be gentle with your hands. Start by keeping them covered. Experiment […]

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  • The Universal Element in Fitness – Why is water consumption important? What are the proper amounts to consume? 

    There are lots of reason to hydrate adequately with fitness. On the most basic level you should drink enough water because dehydration hampers performance and can adversely impact health. You can’t nail your personal best if you’re dehydrated. Beyond ego, water is good for the body. Water aids digestion, regulates internal body temperature, cushions organs […]

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  • What is “the Pump?”

    Can non-bodybuilders experience muscle excitement in the gym?  Maybe you’ve heard the lingo at the gym and wondered what the hype was about. Remember the expression, “bigger, better, faster, more?” The pump is the bodybuilders way of achieving that. In other words, muscles look bigger, sometimes even half an inch bigger, with the pump. Can […]

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