Strength training is a mirror for our minds as much as it’s a method for building our muscles. And we rarely talk about the increased confidence and self-efficacy that comes with making our physical bodies stronger. Let’s get metaphysical, shall we?!
So you just did one of the most miraculous things in the universe, you gave birth to a tiny little Ninja. Congratulations! After a seemingly never ending series of changes in your body, are you ready to dive back into your fitness routine? Here’s what to expect…
Your diet should never have so much power over you that you feel like you’re cheating. But we can’t escape that fact that, depending on the quantity and frequency of your indulgences, you might be stalling or even setting back your weight loss progress. Here’s what to look for!
If you missed your training session or just can’t make it to the gym, here are two awesome bodyweight workouts you can do at home that cover all of the key movement patterns and will keep your body balanced, strong, sleek, and sexy.
What if you knew YOU held the power to wake up excited, to feel confident and refreshed in order to tackle your early morning workout, and to bound into your 12-hour day with energy to spare? Welp, you do. And all it takes is 60 minutes.
The difference between exercising and not exercising isn’t actually about choice – it’s about vision. And there’s one word that has the ability to help you cast a completely new one for your fitness life.
Away from the gym for the holidays? No problem! Chris Crowthers is back with another bodyweight only workout to keep you feeling fit and fabulous while you’re away from your home gym. It’s a Chris-mas miracle!
All too often, we get caught up in using the scale to measure progress. While there’s nothing inherently wrong with that, there are a ton of other ways to measure progress that are more empowering.
Don’t be a noob when it comes to gym etiquette. Follow these tips and you’re sure to be the classiest fitness Ninja in town.
If your goal is to lose fat, your training plan should be designed to help you do so. When it comes to developing strength, muscular size, or aerobic fitness, it’s best to focus on one goal for a set period of time.