1. How to Improve Your Chest Workout

    Since summer is coming to an end, it’s time for people to start bulking for the winter and putting on some serious mass. It’s never too early to start prepping for Spring Break. Everyone knows that having a big muscular chest shows off your hard work and how strong you are to the ladies on the b…Read More

  2. What is Cupping?

    What is Cupping? Cupping is a technique practiced by using heat or air vacuum by placement of cups to muscles or tissue. It is commonly used in conjunction with massage, acupuncture and chiropractic care. It has been practiced in ancient and traditional Chinese Medicine for over 3000 years. Chinese …Read More

  3. Common Misconceptions of CrossFit

    CrossFit is Dangerous: People believe each CrossFit gym is the same. Well, that’s bologna. Just like any fitness facility there are going to be good and bad ones. The best way to find the right gym for you is to go gym shopping. Make sure the coach is knowledgeable, puts you through a movement as…Read More

  4. The Myth about Damper Settings on a Rower

    True or false? Putting the damper setting at a 10 makes it harder, therefore guaranteeing better results.. First, I’d like to point out that as I was watching the 2016 CrossFit Games this past weekend in the “Rope Chipper” which involved Airdyne, Double Unders, Rowing and Heavy Rope Sled Pulls…Read More

  5. Keep it Simple and Stick to the Basics

    We live in a world made up of short attention spans. It has become place over run with gimmicks, shiny new objects, and Apple’s ability to sell anything outside of a big bag of dog poop (actually they could probably sell it if they wanted to). We don’t just drive cars anymore, we have to have a …Read More

  6. High Blood Pressure and Hypertension

    High blood pressure (Hypertension) is a significant risk factor for heart attack (Myocardial Infarction), stroke (Cerebrovascular Accident), and sudden death.  It is frequently asymptomatic, and if left untreated for several years, can lead to congestive heart failure and kidney failure, chronic co…Read More

  7. Exercise and Health Goal Setting

    What is the purpose of setting goals? Goals allow you to stay focused and motivated throughout your journey. Here are some goal setting tips to get you moving in the right direction to your desired results. Be SMART! Specific- Set specific, detailed goals. Saying, “I am going to drink more water,…Read More

  8. Drink More …Water

    We all know we need water to survive (just one of the big reasons we have life here on Earth). But are you drinking enough? I’m sure you aren’t the only one. With America being one of the largest consumers of soda it’s not surprising that so many people are lacking in the whole “drinking eno…Read More

  9. Re-thinking Your Training

    People train for one reason, and that is to get better. Rather they are hoping to lose weight, gain muscle, become a better athlete, or get the girl they are afraid to talk to in class, they all have one thing in common, and that is the desire to get better. However, many people often associate gett…Read More

  10. Overcoming Stress

    Overcoming Stress the Healthy Way Stress Stress is a state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or very demanding circumstances. Causes of stress There are three different types of causes of stress we will discuss. They are work stress, life stress, and stress from the ins…Read More