Ready to take a deep dive into benefiting your future self? Today we’ll be chatting about the benefits of using a heart rate monitor to monitor workouts and track progress, why we’re using heart rate monitors as part of our brand-spankin’-new class called Heart and Swole, and why we’re adding this new class and technology to the mix to help you get 1% better.
Weight gain on vacation isn’t necessarily a big deal. If it happens to you, don’t worry, it’s not all doom and gloom. The majority of vacation weight gain can be attributed to three primary factors.
Wondering what part of your body to give some TLC to on your next date with your foam roller or lacrosse ball? Here are the top 5 muscles or groups we get asked about most frequently!
What better place to start applying greener, more eco-conscious practices to your life than in your pursuit of health and hotness?
What if you could improve your lifts and burn more fat without changing what you’re actually doing at the gym? Here’s a small but important modification to make to the way you’re approaching your reps.
When it comes to the quality of your movement, flexibility matters. But what if you have a limited range of motion or you feel like the stretches you’re doing aren’t working at all? Dr. Ting’s got you covered!
Everyone likes to get after it during a workout, but not every training session has to involve running yourself into the ground. The key to finding balance in your fitness is all about embracing moderation.
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.
Originally posted 6/20/16 on HaroldGibbons.com
You need to eat carbs, and you need to eat a lot of them. This is a bold statement, I know. Especially when we’re inundated with articles and information claiming, ranging from “Carbs make you fat” to “Carbs cause cancer.” No, carbs didn’t cause the drought in California, and no, butter is not a carb.