1. Best Foods for Muscle Recovery

    One of the most classic fitness lines you’ve probably heard is “Feel the burn,” stemming from the slight burning sensation you get in your muscles as you’re working out. While a little bit of that can feel good — a sign of a good workout — when it gets severe it can make exercising a pai…Read More

  2. Plyometrics 101: What You Need To Know About Plyo Workouts

    Plyometric workouts (or “plyo,” for short) have been espoused by elite athletes for years, and they’ve recently gained traction in the general fitness world. Plyo workouts essentially involve jumping, skipping, hopping, and one-legged bounces. If your mind immediately harkened back to your pla…Read More

  3. Tips To Protect Your Joints During a Workout

    While there are innumerable benefits to working out and establishing a dedicated fitness routine, there are only a few downsides. One potential obstacle, if not preempted, involves joint pain associated with high-impact workouts. If your body isn’t used to running on a treadmill, you might notice …Read More

  4. How to Prepare for an Anti-Gravity Fitness Class

    When you think of an anti-gravity fitness class, do you picture NASA-esque space simulators where your body is floating through the air? Or maybe you’re thinking of the moment in Harry Potter when Harry experiences flying on a broomstick for the first time. Either way, the concept of “anti-gravi…Read More

  5. The Benefits of Sports-Specific Off-Season Training

    As the parent of an athlete, you know first-hand the role that sports play in positive development. Sports are the way your kid stays active, gets outside, makes friends, has positive role models, develops discipline and passion, takes on leadership roles...we could go on forever. Athletics are trul…Read More