Why You Should Incorporate Coffee In Your Fitness Program It is estimated that almost 90% of the world has had some form of caffeine at least once, and keeps using it according to the Modern Cyborg blog. In London, it is said that 50% of citizens take it on a daily basis.
4 FUN WAYS TO USE PERSONAL TRAINING TO HELP WITH TEAM BONDING 4 Fun Ways to Use Personal Training to Help with Team Bonding The best way to have success in the workplace or in the weight room is to achieve some form of synergy. When you have synergy, you
How to supercharge your workouts through suspension training Are you getting tired of your usual workouts? Do you feel like you are not getting any gains from your normal routine? If you’re looking for more challenge to your fitness regimen, suspension training may be the answer to your needs! Before
Intermittent fasting: a longer way of life For many of us, the idea of having a toned, fit physique is appealing, but so too are generous helpings of our favorite foods. And there’s usually only one winner. But what if you could have the body without having to eradicate the
What you need to know about calisthenics training If you don’t have the money to get a gym subscription or can’t build your own at home because you don’t want to spend a fortune on exercise equipment, calisthenics might be the right solution to all of your problems. One of
There once was a time when Batman was portrayed as an average-sized human being, with nothing particularly super about his physique (think Adam West in a leotard in the 1960s TV series). However in comic books, his body would give real-life body builders a run for their money, but when
PNF (proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation) stretching is one where muscle group is passively stretched, then isometrically contracted against resistance while in the stretched position, and then is passively stretched further on. Basically, it is a combination of passive and isometric stretching. PNF is the most effective currently known way to increase
I’ve discussed dynamic stretching in the previous post. Let’s see what static stretches are. First of all, they are great for cooling down after weight training or other kind of intensive training. Static stretching – can be classified to active, passive, isometric and PNF (proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation) stretches. Active static