Get-Fit Guy explains why core strength is crucial and provides a core workout that will keep you fit, healthy and mobile
Bestselling author and fitness guru Brad Kearns joins Get-Fit Guy, Brock Armstrong, to explain how we can stay fit now, and well into the future
You've probably heard the word "metabolism," especially as it relates to weight loss or gain. But what is your metabolism, what does it do, and do you have any control over it?...
It has been shown to result in skeletal muscle hypertrophy, increased strength, and increased endurance
Before you set your fitness goals in stone, here are a few wishes from some fitness professionals that you may want to keep in mind
Although EMS devices will not allow you to sit on the couch eating bonbons while you build biceps like an Avenger, it can help with recovery, relaxation and even burning some fat
A nicely aligned body is a nicely stacked body
Whether it is a full marathon or a 10K, training for a race can have less than desirable consequences if you are not prepared
Scientists are continuing to showing that everything from the “runner’s high” to the “yogi’s tranquility” can have profound effects on your brain
Researchers at Harvard University have gone as far as to say that measuring your Heart Rate Variability is “a visual insight into the most primitive part of your brain”
Balance is something we don’t think much about after we learn it (as a child) or start to lose it (as a senior), but balance is crucial to healthy living
If all of your workouts involve some type of distraction, it may be time to add some mindfulness into your workout regimen
Cryotherapy is a recovery method that some pro athletes use nearly every day
Including cross-training in your fitness program allows you to vary the stress placed on specific muscles and your cardiovascular system
They share similar signs and symptoms, but the difference comes down to ligaments versus tendons
By rethinking our running habits we can maximize running’s benefits and minimize its shortcomings
While it is true that we should definitely warm up before exercise, holding a static stretch is definitely not the way to go about it
The optimal time to exercise is when your body temperature is at its highest
Being outdoors can lower our levels of stress, our pulse rate, and even our blood pressure. But what happens when we exercise in a green space?
But how long does it take to lose fitness?