When you’re a high-level athlete where a fraction of difference in your performance can be the difference between silver and gold your training needs to match with incredible specificity and consistent intensity. For the rest of us, it’s important to assess why we're working out and what results we’re looking for. In this world of fitness it’s common for people to draw lines in the sand and designate something as a waste of time. Slow, low intensity cardio, walking, flow, kettlebells, isolation exercises, HIIT, and the list goes on.
What about if you can get better results doing something else? What if all the research indicates that type X cardio will give you what you want at a faster rate than type Y? Most people will go all in at least for a little while. What’s more important is which cardio or type of training will get you results even if it takes a little longer IF it’s something you enjoy and will actually be...
Aaron Guyett, our Education Director starts off a little crazy with curling in the squat rack, or squatting in the curl rack, but it soon finds practical ground as Marcus, Julia, and Aaron talk through aesthetics and training.
This show is a blast, because it is all about that space where functionality meets aesthetics.
Whether you are after performance, strength, power, endurance, fat loss, or muscle growth, we all have exercises that can be misunderstood.
Aaron, Julia, and Marcus breakdown training to look good, even if we are training with other goals in mind.
Whether you are curling in the squat rack or you are squatting in the curl rack, we have something for you in this video.
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The Clean is a deceptive exercise. It looks like a curl, but moves from the ground to your shoulder in an entirely different way. The key thing for those new to the clean to understand is the trajectory the kettlebell needs to take and the primary movers.
Here are a handful of regressions that will help you on that path!
In recent years, Intermittent fasting has become extremely popular - and for good reason.
There has been exciting findings and strong evidence supporting the positive outcomes of IF and how it can be used as a sustainable strategy for:
- Weight loss
- Lowering inflammation
- Improving digestion
- Increasing fat burning
- Reducing insulin (your storage hormone)
What is intermittent fasting?
Intermittent Fasting (IF) is a term used to explain an eating pattern where you cycle between periods of eating and periods of fasting (abstinence from food and caloric beverages). The therapeutic benefits have been documented for thousands of years and have shown that this way of eating is deeply rooted in our biology.
Philosophers like Socrates, Hippocrates, Plato and Paracelsus even believed in the health benefits of regular fasting.
Not only was fasting used...