If someone were to see Caitlin on her mat at Mark Fisher Fitness, it might not look like the “deep work” one usually associates with healing, moving forward or finding your voice. But it is.
Have you ever struggled with hitting higher intensities in the gym or feelings of sluggishness around your period and wondered why? You’re not alone. Elizabeth Stacey Ellis has three strong AF workout templates to meet womxn where they’re at!
Ever feel overwhelmed by the onslaught of advice about how to get better at your workout? Sometimes it’s easier than you think. With a few simple ideas and some hard work, you can get there. Tanner’s got some common sense tips about how you can improve your lifting and get yourself stronger.
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.
Ladies! Is there an optimal way to train based on where you are in your monthly cycle? Should men and women really train and eat differently? Fitness femme fatale Elizabeth Stacey Ellis is here with some answers and bonus tips for achieving your ultimate health and hotness.
There are so many ways get a good workout, but few can offer the benefits PLUS convenience. The kettlebell is a one-stop shop for all your fitness needs. Geoff Hemingway is here to give you a crash course in kettlebell education, along with a bonus tip on how to create your own workout using only one kettlebell.
You already go to the gym, so YAY you! But now you’re ready to step up your game. What do you need to do for optimum health and hotness? Harold Gibbons is gonna teach you how to diversity your workouts for maximum results.
With so much information out there about strength training, how do you know what’s real and what’s #fakenews? In the second of our two-part series, super trainer Robbie Farlow will help you set the record straight.
Wondering if that new strength program you read about will really work? There’s so much information out there about strength training, how do you separate fact from fiction? In this two-part series, super trainer and King of Gingers Robbie Farlow sets the record straight.