daily exercise

Sugar, thou art a villain, but is sugar truly the bane of our existence?
If you stop having an emotional relationship with your style of training, then you’ll achieve more success.
Increasingly, functional versus nonfunctional training looks like a distinction without a difference.
Strength training is still quite new to many older individuals. We need to change that.
It’s that feeling of tenderness, and stiffness post-workout that some of us love, but for others it's the reason why we struggle to get out of bed the next morning.
Have you ever shown up for a workout and aren't feeling it? What do you do? How do you make adjustments? Intuitively. That's how.
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The space in your bedroom, your living room, a hotel room, a small garage or a crowded gym is usually cramped and limited. Here's how you rise up to the challenge.
Get yourself a promising amateur or an established professional to help you understand your body and how it best responds to exercise.
With everything you are going through physically and mentally, the last thing you need is a trainer who isn’t being considerate of the new realities you're facing.
Make your daily workout more enjoyable by training at the right place, with the right people, and with the right music.
Rip away your old beliefs that food makes you fat and that lifting weights is for The Hulk.
When it's hot out, do you workout at the same intensity as you would with cooler weather or do you take it down a notch?
A large majority of us—yes, even your coaches and fitness idols—have to dig up that motivation in any way we can.
The hardest part of getting in shape is getting started.
Whether you work with kids professionally as a teacher or coach or are just a concerned parent, it’s your responsibility to show kids how to incorporate, enjoy, and crave movement.
Streamline your supplements and then pay more attention to smashing it in the gym and eating right.