• At-Home Workouts and Tips to Stay Healthy
    At-Home Workouts and Tips to Stay Healthy

    You don't have to go to the gym to get a great workout, as there are great at-home workouts that can reap some serious benefits. Many people find themselves in situations where they can't get to a gym or don't have a home gym to allow them to work out with equipment. The good news is, there are a number of ways to workout at home with minimal or no equipment at all. Working out at home still provides a ton of health benefits while also saving a lot of money. The following are some great tips for how you can have an amazing at-home workout experience. 

    Walking Stairs 

    One of the best at-home exercise options to consider is stair-stepping. You don't have to live in a multi-level home to make this happen and can do this while watching television, or listening to music to help the time go by a little faster. This is a very simple

  • How to Ask for a Spotter When Recovering from an Injury
    How to Ask for a Spotter When Recovering from an Injury

    For most athletes and busy professionals, injury recovery doesn't get to slow you down. Sure, you spend a few weeks staying off the knee or ankle, but you don't actually stop exercising or working. As you heal, you expand what can be done safely, especially with the help of a spotter. 

    In athletics, a spotter is someone who provides oversight and support while an athlete pushes themselves to the limit. Consider, for example, lifting a barbell on a bench. The lifter loads up as much weight as they can possibly manage and pushes themselves until their arms collapse. Right before they collapse, the spotter catches the bar and helps dock it on the bench, which prevents the lifter from being crushed when they push past their breaking point.

    In less dramatic terms, the spotter often provides advice and guidance to help the athlete

  • How to Achieve Your Health and Fitness Goals in 2020

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    Looking for tips to create a New YOU in the New Year? Need help on how to set inspiring goals in 2020 —and follow through with your game plan? 

    Whether you're new at starting a fitness/exercise program, or you are a seasoned athlete ready for an upgrade, we've got your covered here. We're sharing insightful tips and proven strategies to take your health and fitness program to the next level.

    Dreams With Deadlines: Goal-Setting Basics

    Let's start with some goal-setting basics. Before it's anything else, a goal is just a thought, a desire, an idea in your mind. It's like a dream: intangible and ephemeral. As vivid as it may seem, it has no existence in the external world.

    In order for the goal to have the power and momentum to actually manifest an

  • How to Crush Your Goals in 2020
    How to Crush Your Goals in 2020

    hero image 2020 New Year goals

    The beginning of 2020 is the perfect opportunity to start fresh and set new goals. Whether you fell off the wagon over the holidays or you're hoping to improve your diet and exercise routine for the first time, the beginning of a new year is the perfect time for a brand new start. For many people--new fitness enthusiasts and athletes alike--those "fresh starts" will disappear in a matter of weeks. As many as 80% of New Year's resolutions fail by February. Do you really want to do something different this year to revitalize your fitness strategy and experience increased levels of success? Try some of these tips to crush your training for the New Year. 

  • How to Crush Your Training in 2019
    How to Crush Your Training in 2019

    Young woman curling a dumbbell at a gym

    The beginning of 2019 is the perfect opportunity to set new goals and start fresh. Whether you fell off the wagon over the holidays or you're hoping to improve your diet and exercise routine for the first time, the beginning of a new year is the perfect time for a brand new start. For many people--new fitness enthusiasts and athletes alike--those "fresh starts" will disappear in a matter of weeks. As many as 80% of New Year's resolutions fail by February. Do you really want to do something different this year to revitalize your fitness strategy and experience increased levels of success? Try some of these tips to crush your training for the New Year.