Fitness

So, you want to learn about everything related to improving your physique and body composition. Or, maybe you just want to find out how the body works when you’re in the midst of a workout. Either way, there’s a lot to learn. Here’s to improving your body and health through exercise!

These post will focus on all things related to FITNESS. That includes:

  • Exercise Principles
  • Health-Related Fitness Components
  • Skill-Related Fitness Components
  • Aerobic & Anaerobic Exercise Principles

Our Latest Posts

13 Resistance Training Myths That Are Keeping People Out of the Gym

There are plenty of resistance training myths out there. For instance, some believe that women shouldn’t lift weights because it’ll make them look bulky or too masculine. Others believe that weightlifting is dangerous or that doing any type of cardio will slow your strength gains.

Is Weightlifting Harmful?

Weightlifting is not harmful if done carefully. Take 72+ hours of rest between workouts, choose a reasonable weight, perform lifts slowly and with good form, and perform a 5-15 minute dynamic warm-up. These strategies can help prevent strains, sprains, overuse injuries, or even rhabdomyolysis.

The Complete List of Benefits of Jumping Rope

The benefits of jumping rope are extensive. This activity can give you a full-body workout while also building stamina, endurance, and coordination. It’s a great way to add variety to your routine and lower your risk of lower-body injuries. Plus, you can do it anywhere at and at a low cost.

7 Tips for Walking 10,000 Steps a Day

There are a few easy ways to walk 10,000 steps. Using a fitness tracker can help you keep track. You can take short breaks during the day, do chores around the house, use your commercial time to exercise, and walk more than you need to (park further at the store).

5 Ways to Know Your Workouts Are Working

There are a ton of ways to know your workouts are working. Measuring your heart rate and keeping data can show improvements in strength and endurance. Taking body measurements can help to visualize fat loss and muscle gain. Weighing yourself is important, but it’s not always an accurate judge.

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