Just Keep Going! – Train, Fuel, Sleep, Repeat (TFSR)

The New You

For the longest time the gym was thought to be the place to finally firm those lazy muscles, and tend to all that flab, chores that have been put off for so long. There are countless other reasons why we venture into the uncharted waters of physical exercise. Though in recent years, the local gym is a great place to get in shape, and find that special someone in the mean time.

How Sports Supplements Aid Performance

Sports supplements are a perfect source for all the micro and the macro nutrients that are required by the body in order to stay fit and healthy. They increase the performance and help an individual to acquire the desired goals like building muscle, increasing strength, stamina etc. with ease.

The Quitter and The Attacker – The Two Training Minds

The quitting mind is telling you your body is tired, stop you can’t go on, you might fall over and die. The attacking mind will stop at almost nothing to accomplish what is set in front of it. Pain won’t stop it! But the quitter mind is the mind most people tend to let control them. The quitting mind tells them they are tired they believe it and quit.

Workout Tips and Tricks to Stay on Your Exercise Routine

Thousands of people start an exercise routine every year and stop before they even reach their fitness or weight loss goals. Why do they quit before reaching their potential? Some think its too hard, they don’t see the results they want and get discouraged, while others have unrealistic expectations. If you are starting a new workout routine or you have reached a plateau in your current fitness routine, use these tips and tricks to keep yourself going on a path to success.

Cardio Bunnies

Are you a cardio bunny, slaving away on the treadmill? You may be and don’t realize it!

Bodyweight Training Builds the Mind and Body

Sometimes I plan my workouts sometimes they just happen, depending on the kind of time I have. So for the last three days I have done 5,500 bodyweight reps Tuesday 2,500 bodyweight squats, Wednesday 1,000 cargo strap (Atlas Style) pushups and Thursday 2,000 bench dips. The rules I use on myself for the last 3 days was drink water and eat nothing all day while I worked and not until I completed the number of reps I set for the day.

Tennis Elbow and Golfer’s Elbow

Elbow injuries are very common, especially in the summer when people are playing more golf and racquet sports. In this article two very common elbow conditions; Tennis and Golfer’s Elbow. We will discuss what these conditions are, what’s going on in the body and how you can prevent them from happening as well as what to do if you are already suffering with pain.

Top Secret for Sustaining a Fitness Habit

Working out at the gym is great but relying on it is not. Learn the top secret to sustaining a lifelong fitness habit and other helpful suggestions.

Things to Consider When Adding Squats to Your Training

There are two things that we advocate with strength training, and those are that they create functional strength and they are not done with machines whenever possible. This is why squats are an exercise that should be part of every routine. But they have the reputation of causing injury, so you should know a few things before you start, especially if you are new to exercising.

Introduction to the P90X Routine, How To Achieve Extreme Fitness

P90X stands ready to bring you up to the next tier of fitness and beyond. When you’ve done P90X you will be able to run with the fittest people around. P90X will bring lasting change to your life and fitness.

Start Walking, Here’s How!

One of the best exercises is walking. How much should you walk? How do you get started?

Passive, Active-Passive, and Active Exercise Following a Stroke

Strokes affect people’s brains, causing paralysis based upon what part of the brain is affected by a stroke. There are exercises that can be performed following strokes that allow victims to improve their movement and speech abilities.

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