At some point in our fitness journeys, we've learned to associate soreness with a productive workout.
Fitness Professional, CSEP-CEP, MSc (c), KiaKhadem.com
Kia is a personal trainer and online coach based in Toronto, Canada. He is a former collegiate-level tennis player and physique competitor. He earned a Bachelor's degree in kinesiology from York University and is currently completing his Master of Science degree in kinesiology with a focus on sports psychology at A.T. Still University. Kia is Precision Nutrition certified and is a Certified Exercise Physiologist through the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology. He can be found at his <a href="http://www.KiaKhadem.com" rel="nofollow">website.</a>
Working out at home might be just what you need to get back into the workout groove if work or life has started to get in the way. The convenience, privacy and comfort it offers kick a ton of "can't workout because X" excuses in the can and lets you take control of your health on your own time.
02/06/2017 01:12 EST
Osteoporosis. It's the cause of over 80 per cent of all fractures in people over 50 That's more common than having a heart attack, stroke, and breast cancer -- combined. It affects us all at some point. Most of us think it's a problem that only women should care about. Not true.
11/29/2016 01:41 EST
Expect your warmup routine to take a little longer at first when you start adding in these exercises. But after you run through them a few times it will take you no longer than 10 minutes to complete. If 10 minutes is still too long for you to spend on a proper warm-up, think about this:
10/12/2016 09:56 EDT
Storage Wars, Parking Wars, Shipping Wars. Those are all great shows to watch on TV. Diet Wars, however, is not a TV show, but rather a social media phenomenon I see daily. It's people arguing about the best approach to weight loss -- counting calories versus intuitive (mindful) eating.
01/11/2016 14:03 EST
These women actually coach and don't just call themselves one on Instagram and Facebook. They help people like you and I (people with kids, full-time jobs, students etc.) look and feel awesome and get incredibly strong.
12/09/2015 04:01 EST
A strong core not only looks good but also helps you get more out of your workouts. You're only as strong as your weakest link. So when you're core is weak, you're weak. Getting tight, strong abs doesn't need hundreds of sit-ups and five minute planks. I'm all about efficiency and I don't want to spend half a workout just working my abs.
09/21/2015 05:20 EDT
When the topic of glute training comes up, the majority of people think that squats and lunges are the go-to exercises. Especially with all the #squats on Instagram. While those are great to do, they're not the <em>only</em> exercises you should do.
07/21/2015 12:25 EDT
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