Tag Archives: Workout

Sports nutritionals 101: What you should know about supplementing your workout

(BPT) – Whether you’re an athlete looking for an extra competitive edge or would just like to increase the effectiveness of your daily workout, you have most likely considered adding nutritional supplements to your fitness routine. Diet, exercise and everyday lifestyle are all factors that can help determine the right supplements for Read more

A senior-friendly workout to improve movement and prevent injury

(BPT) – Exercise is good for everyone, but seniors with mobility or balance issues may wonder what kind of exercise they can do that will be safe, easy and effective. Jogging outdoors, running on a treadmill or lifting weights at the gym aren't always practical -- or enjoyable -- activities for everyone. However, one type […] Read more

The Renowned Conditioning Styles Of The The Latest Mari Winsor’s Pilates Method Workout

With Mari Winsor’s Pilates Method becoming 1 of the greatest maturing types of exercise methods it has picked up oodles of attention on television, Radio and even from movie stars like Daisy Fuentes. In view of the fact that Mari Winsor’s Pilates Method was initiated by Joseph Pilates, a German National, there have been a […] Read more

Making Time For Exercise

As a certified personal trainer and editor of a popular fitness site, FitnessGear101.com, I’ve heard every excuse in the book when it comes to why people don’t exercise. However, the one that takes the, pardon-my-pun, “fitness cake” is lack of time. Read more

Some Tips To Help Shorten Your Daily Workout

Does it seem from time to time that when you go to the gym and do your workout routine, it just takes too long? Maybe you’ve been noticing that you seem to be spending 20 to 30 minutes longer than you would like to. Well, what you need are some little things you can do […] Read more

Complex Training: Strength and Conditioning Workout for Athletes

March 26, 2015 | Fitnovatives Blog Up until about 40 years ago, most athletes were told to avoid resistance training because the misperception was that strength training would actually reduce their athletic performance. Of course, we now know that a proper strength and conditioning program is essential for athletes who want to reduce their Read more

6 Exercise Swaps That Will Kick up the Intensity of Your Workout

Plateaus are a common obstacle in any kind of fitness program. After weeks and weeks of training, the body adapts and what was once hard is now easy. Exercise programs need to be changed regularly to continue to see progress and results, but it can be difficult to learn a new series of exercises […] Read more

5 Compound Exercises You Should Add to Your Workout

Sometimes when we train we try to get too fancy. We forget the simple exercises that can hit multiple body parts at once. Compound exercises, for example, allow you to "use the heaviest load possible, involve multiple joint articulations and stimulate a large amount of muscle mass," explains Eric Cressey, president of Cressey Sports Read more

Personal Trainers From The Co-rec Offer Workout Tips For Winter

Jawbone, a consumer technology and wearable products company, analyzed hundreds of thousands of their consumers steps every day for a year and correlated them with weather conditions in their users area. Not surprisingly, they found that as temperatures dropped, so did the level of physical activity. As temperatures in the area continue to slump Read more

Amp Up Your Workout with These Metabolic Drills

It's that time of year again...holiday parties, cookies, pies, eggnog, spirits, mass consumption. Even for those of us that make fitness our business, we can--and do-- overindulge. So, just in case you or your clients happen to overindulge at this time of year, here are a few metabolic drills that can raise your regular […] Read more
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