covid-19

Revisiting advanced training tactics for regaining more strength and muscle because gym openings and closing are a rollercoaster ride.
Amanda Thebe, a force of nature in women's health and coaching, as well as a serious fitness enthusiast in her own right, talks about her long-term symptoms from Covid-19.
Keep active and take this opportunity to rest and recover, take up a new hobby, and let your passion re-ignite.
Post-lockdown, and just because it makes sense as a paying customer, do an inventory of the confined spaces where you exchange moisture droplets with strangers.
The more you can train without exceeding your capacity to recover the better your results.
Not everyone is rushing to get back to the gym.
The box gym world needs a reset and there's no better time than now.
The future of training and coaching came quicker than we anticipated but we knew it was coming.
Breaking our patterns can become the necessary driver that we need for our lives, even during a pandemic.
Fitness pros, like many people with no safety net in their businesses, are feeling the severe economic effects of coronavirus.
If your coach and trainer had never made you do a push-up ever before, you're probably beginning to think like it was only just invented.
With three to 8 weeks completely off training, you will lose some muscle. The good news it only takes 2-3 weeks to retain it.
Stuck at home while the gym is closed? Check out these exercises and workouts. Some require no equipment and others would be make-shift by design.