As the previous article (Integrated Training for Improved Cycling Performance) looked at how cycling uses a repetitive motion and position that can lead to muscular imbalances, this article will take ...
Most people like to exercise in a comfort zone. They do the same activity at the same intensity and for the same amount of time each time they workout. Eventually, this can result in boredom, exercise...
What is the difference I hear you ask? For most people the answer would be nothing. Whether you sit on a shoulder press machine and press your equivalent bodyweight above your head or kick up into a h...
It's no secret that our bodies change as we age. Some changes are obvious, while others are more subtle. Many people age comfortably and remain active, alert and vibrant while others experience the ef...
How a 50-Year Old, Former 2-Sport College Athlete got in the Best Shape of His LifeTodd Thompson emailed me 4 years ago with the goal of getting back into shape by losing a lot of body fat. Since then...
Staying in shape on the road can be tough, there's no denying that. Between poor facilities in hotels and unfamiliar gyms chances are you're not going to be able to do some of the exercises you're us...
The 5 components of physical fitness are often used in our school systems, health clubs and fitness centers to gauge how good a shape we are truly in. The 5 components that make up total fitness are:C...
Essential Key One: You must change your mindsetYou must think positive. If the only thoughts that go through your mind are about being fat or having to lose weight, your thoughts will transform into...
As recently as 1974, scientists believed that the immune system was a self-regulating body system outside the realm of conscious control. This belief was strongly questioned after Robert Ader found th...
New Year's Day has come and gone. Perhaps you resolved to make some changes in your life:"I want to get into shape." "I want to eat better." "I want to reduce my stress."Such resolutions are stated wi...