Ah, the infamous debate of whether or not fruit is a “better” source of sugar than, lets say, an equivalent serving of candy. This is an argument that will probably always have a presence in the fitness industry and among the general population, but my goal today is to at least clarify some of the myths and misunderstandings that stand behind these claims.Read More
The most common movements performed are the classic GHR curl and the back extension. Both are wonderful exercises if you want to build substantial strength in your posterior chain (primarily glutes and hamstrings) with only your body weight, and you can vary the resistance with bands and free weights.Read More
Now, while all of these tendencies can cause temporary discomfort, they are pretty easy to fix with a few simple cues and alterations in the starting position. Listed below are some simple tips that can help improve the performance of this exercise, and ultimately put the “glute” back into your glute bridge.Read More
Here are some tips to make this exercise incredibly effective and get the job done correctly.Read More
We all know that among the good fitness advice out there, there is also a lot of BS. There are some CRAZY health claims backed by “fitness influencers” that appeal to the consumer looking for a quick fix, and there are some perspectives that may or may not promote a healthful mindset or prioritize the important things that you should be getting out of your new active lifestyle.
When constructing a training program, sometimes it can be confusing when coming up with a plan. “What exercises should we do? What exercises are best for us? What should our training split look like?”Read More
Is one better than the other? Should we only do compound exercises? Or should we only do isolation exercises? Does it really matter?
If you’ve ever wondered these things, I hope to clarify any uncertainty in this article.