Want to add some brightness to your life? Boost your brain with exercise. Regular workouts over the long term can improve brain health. Single bouts of intense exercise can render immediate feel-good gratification and boost many people’s moods. Read More
If you’re short on time, don’t waste a single minute worrying about the fact that you don’t have “enough” time to workout. Whether you have 10 minutes or 30, a short blast of movement can boost your fitness. Heck, simply standing up every hour and shrugging your shoulders can get your blood flowing and improve your health. Read More
The benefits of regular core work are clear. Strong muscles in your middle support better breathing and improve the quality of your movements from head-to-toe. But, all core can be a bore if you find every workout is an endless array of floor-based sit-ups, back-lifts, and crunches. Can you get it done without rolling around on the ground during your workout? Abs…olutely. Read More
Performance-inspired moves are the new must-haves in the gym. By performance-inspired, we’re talking about exercises that either mimic skills typically required in athletic activities and/or are used by athletes in training. These challenging compound movements are great for developing power, speed, strength, coordination, and endurance, plus they’ll help you burn calories without getting bored. Read More
You have 30 minutes to work out. Is it worth it? Heck, YEAH! You have 30 minutes to work out! If you choose your workout wisely, a half-hour is plenty of time to get in an extremely productive head-to-toe workout. Another perk is that the time allotted takes the guesswork out of what the focus of your workout should be. Endurance is out of the question. It’s time to satisfy your need for speed, power, and strength. 30 minutes is perfect for cardio and strength intervals!