training research, trends and resources
Meet 2016 U.S. Olympic Marathon hopeful Andrea Duke How she uses a weight vest for running Andrea competes on Saturday February 13th, 2016 for the
Hyperwear ambassador, Julie Foucher, is not your average athlete. A 4x CrossFit Games competitor, who placed 2nd in 2012 and 3rd in the 2014, is also a fulltime medical student at Cleveland Clinic.
SteelBell® is the best tool for obstacle course racing and training. The flexibility can’t be topped and it’s unique design is easier on joints and bones than the other options available on the market. Train better, do better with SteelBell®!
There seems to be a lot of misconceptions about how long you need to spend working out to get results. What is the optimal workout time and how long is too long?
When it comes to strength (weight) training there is a good amount of research that shows working out for more than 45-60 minutes may actually be detrimental and counterproductive. There are a few different factors that may contribute to this.
Winter is behind us and Summer is just around the corner. The days are longer, the temps are rising and people are spending more time outside. There’s nothing better than going for a run, a hike or a bike ride on a nice sunny day. But before you head outside into the sun for that workout, here are a few things to consider to stay safe while exercising in the heat.
Boot Camps are a great way for personal trainers to maximize their income while providing participants with a physical challenge, camaraderie, and most importantly results.
While working out in a gym gives trainers easy access to a plethora of equipment, training in a big open field, well that’s another story. While it might be a liberating experience to workout without the constraints of four walls, practical equipment options thus far have been limited.