strength training

Rotator Cuff Struggles

The rotator cuff is a group of muscles and tendons in the shoulder that hold the upper arm bone into the shoulder socket, providing effective movement and function. As a […]

Progressing Your Pushup

Regardless of age or fitness level, we could all benefit from the ability to push against and support our own body weight. In fact, longevity has been linked to our […]

Build Your Bones

Bone density decreases at a rate of 1% per year after the age of 35 and bones can become brittle, porous and weak. For a woman, the first 5 to […]

Options When You Can’t Do Lunges & Squats

Most diehard gym enthusiasts resort to lunges and squats to train their lower body. However, many new exercisers may find these exercises too challenging and may even experience knee pain […]

Standing Core

Most people work their core from the floor performing crunches, sit-ups, planks and other variations. The core is extremely important because it’s the foundation for all your movements. When your […]

Quick Bodyweight Workout

Summer months often have us busy with kids, holidays, vacations, camping, and BBQs and many struggle to find the time to get to the gym and maintain their workout routine. […]

Workout Less and Get Better Results!

When you are juggling work, kids, friends, family, social responsibilities, personal tasks and more, it’s easy to understand why a lack of time is the number one reason people don’t […]

Lift Your Hips & Reap the Benefits

The strength of your hips is critical to stabilize your pelvis while walking, running or playing sports. If your hips aren’t strong, your knees and back will suffer. Bridging is […]

Runners Must Strengthen Their Hips

Many people start a running program in January to help achieve their resolutions to get in shape. The unfortunate result is many will soon experience knee pain.  There is an important […]

Is Single-Leg Training Better for Athletes?

Strength and Conditioning coaches argue whether Single-leg Training is superior for athletes compared to Double-Leg Training. During sports that involve running and cycling, you are typically driving with one leg […]

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