Posts tagged "dumbbell"
Little Changes, Big Results

Little Changes, Big Results

It might be hard to swallow, but you can’t expect different results if you keep doing the same. Easy to accept, but it’s still tough to practice. It can be difficult to shake up the status quo when you juggle daily life, so it is much easier to stick with the same exercise routine you...
Kids Stuff: Should Teens Strength Train?

Kids Stuff: Should Teens Strength Train?

I still remember when I was 13 and doing my first barbell squat. I felt like the female version of Arnold Schwarzenegger on muscle beach. Yet, when I shared my achievement with my parents they were worried about me harming my spine and bone mass. Twenty five years after that initial barbell squat, I am...
MBP: A Most Valuable Workout

MBP: A Most Valuable Workout

That is not typo. This is not the MVP workout, but rather MBP (Movement Based Programming), which may be a valuable addition to your exercise routine. MBP is an exercise plan that at its core is based on the fundamentals of training for functionality. However, why everyone relates functional training with the ability to perform...
Take Five: Avoid These Exercise Injuries

Take Five: Avoid These Exercise Injuries

Blame the squat for your back pain or the lunge for your knee ache. If you exercise, odd are you have experienced some kind gym injury. Sadly, most people play the blame game and never find out the real cause for their injury. Or they simple cross off the “bad” exercise from their workout list....
Bike Right: Fix Cycling Neck and Back Pain

Bike Right: Fix Cycling Neck and Back Pain

Whether you spin your wheels indoor or outdoor, cycling is a great non-impact exercise. Yet, while this activity can make your knee and muscles happy, can make others not so happy. At times, cycling can be a literal pain in the neck and/or back. “Neck and back pain are common in cyclists because of the...