If you are a person who suffers from chronic lower back pain or have recently suffered trauma to your spinal cord or back because of an accident, you will need to do some stretching and therapy to get back to the way you were, pre-trauma. Even sitting at at desk all day or being more sedentary can have a negative effect on your spine and back. Knowing the right way to care for, exercise, and stretch this area will help you to feel better and have more mobility.
Working out, increasing strength and flexibility does not have to take place at a gym. Save yourself the hassle of packing up a gym bag, traveling to the gym, and paying for an expensive membership, and exercise in the comfort of your own home… Here’s some super simple tips to get you started! Read The Full Article
We all want to feel and look our best, right? Well, it can simply start with improving your at home fitness via weight training and stretching to increase flexibility and strength. Here’s how! Read The Full Article
Chronic neck pain and back pain is often debilitating, making it difficult for sufferers to handle even the most common activities. Check out these 3 stretches to improve your neck strength and decrease neck pain! Read The Full Article
Obviously, no one wants to get injured but there are ways to prevent everyday injuries and it starts with strength training! Here are 4 can’t miss tips to help avoid and keep you in the game! Read The Full Article
How often should I lift if building muscle is my end-game? We get this question all the time and for good reason – it’s central to everything we do when it comes to working out (frequency). Check out these simple tips to help you get started. Read The Full Article
In our next installment of the at-home workout series we are going to do a chest workout. You always hear muscle-heads talking about how much they can benchpress because this is one way to gauge upper body strength. Having a strong chest greatly increases your functional strength such as picking yourself up or getting out of bed. Check out this chest workout with simple exercises that can be done with either dumbbells or resistance bands. Read The Full Article
It doesn’t matter whether you are trying to lose weight, bench-press 300lbs, or run a sub-seven minute mile, your main fitness goal should always be to improve your current and future quality of life. If you don’t have your health, you really don’t have anything!
This is the Golden Rule – no matter what training method you employ, you need to increase your functional strength to improve your quality of life! Read The Full Article