A question that come up a lot is some iteration of “is it okay to miss a workout?” I’m answering that question in detail here.
There are definite benefits to using machines, especially if you’re trying to target and isolate a specific muscle group. Here are three I recommend using.
If it’s hard for you to stay consistent and develop a sense of discipline around your workouts, these four tips can help.
Here’s a quick workout that requires just one kettlebell. With this workout, you can work all the major muscle groups in just 15 minutes!
Gym intimidation is definitely normal, and you’re not alone if you feel it. It is possible to overcome this feeling, though, with these five strategies.
There are lots of different opinions on what makes a workout count, and mine is different from many of them. Click here to find out what I think.
If you’re sick or injured and are having a hard time deciding between exercise and rest, here are some questions you ask yourself to make the right choice.
I’ve been including a lot of overhead exercises into my workouts lately (like this one, for example) because I’m trying… Read more Overhead Mobility Drills
This is a full-body kettlebell workout, but you could easily modify it to make it a bodyweight workout or dumbbell workout. Check it out now!
Americans, as a whole need help when it comes to making exercise a habit. Here are five tactics you can use to establish a healthy habit.