If you’re tired of using machines that target only one area of your body and are eager to try alternative methods to simple free-weights, then kettlebells are the perfect tool to sculpt, tone, and tighten muscles.
The gluten-free diet has become one of the hottest crazes in the United States, and if a number of gluten-free bakeries surfacing, the myriad of gluten-free foods and recipes to choose from, and the surplus of research studies from the academic community are any indication: the gluten-free diet is here to stay.
Whether your day in the gym consists of super-setting curls or perfecting the second pull of your clean, you may have some idea of how barbells and dumbbells can be used.
Summer is nearly here and your busy schedule at work may not coincide with your plans to get ripped before your beach vacation, but luckily using one piece of equipment, the kettlebell, can transform your body during a short workout.
Kettlebells can challenge your whole body and give you quick muscle gains in half the time of other weight machines and free weights.
Kettlebell exercises have immense physical benefits but the ease of use and ability to get a full body workout in anywhere makes it extremely practical, separating it from other exercises.
If you’re anything like most gym-goers, chances are you’ve been programmed to think of fitness in a very strange and unnatural way.
When you hear about having a “strong core”, you might think of six-packs and Men’s Health magazine covers.
CARDIO! For some, this word inspires a feeling of dread with the mental image of hours upon hours spent on a treadmill as a cardio bunny.
If you asked 90% of gym goers why they train they would answer that they either train for health or for body composition – to lose weight or gain muscle.