One of THE greatest fitness challenges is staying on your game when your life requires lots of travel. Here are five tips to keep your health and hotness in check the next time you find yourself away from home.
It can be all too easy to skip out on your pre-workout warm-up. But much like paying attention to foreplay can make sex infinitely more enjoyable, investing in a proper warm-up can help get you stronger and hotter. Here’s why.
Wondering how the recent travel ban affects you and those in your life or how you can get involved to make your voice heard? Join Michael Littig at the next MFF Salon where, as a community, we’ll begin to unpack the refugee crisis.
80% of weight loss and body transformation is what you eat, but most of us spend more time at the gym than in the kitchen. What gives? Here are some common detours that might be keeping you from nailing your food prep game and some ways to avoid them.
We’re fucking pumped that the insanely talented (and batshit crazy) Rog Law will be joining the MFF Bowery team from the Boston area. He hits the floor mid-March, so get ready to show him some love!
At MFF, we create individualized strength training programs for our Ninjas that burn calories, promote muscle mass, and elevate metabolism. Here are the four components we include in every one of our massively effective semi-private training programs.
Of the many pieces of tech making their way into mainstream fitness, heart rate monitors are some of the most ubiquitous. But is heart rate training actually useful if you’re seeking general health and hotness?
Here at MFF, we’re used to building up our muscles… whether that be with kettlebell swings, squats, or bench presses. As we each continue on our health and hotness journeys into February, I’d love to introduce another “muscle” for us to flex: our kindness and compassion muscle.
If you’re a living, breathing human being, you have undoubtedly sabotaged yourself. Self-sabotage represents a special kind of pain that, over time, I’ve come to recognize as a gift. Here’s why.
When you don’t make the time for fitness self-care, you’re not able to live your best life. In this article, Mark breaks down the easiest approach to begin making fitness a core part of your life OR to get back on the wagon if you’ve fallen off.