For the most part, every fitness journey will have it's ups and downs. NOBODY IS IMMUNE.
Let's face it. If you're aware that Sunday is the Super Bowl, you can count on eating a lot of food.
During Tuesday morning's Hi-5 FitCamp, I was talking with a few of the clients and we somehow got on the topic of commercial gyms.
Lunch is often the most confusing part of a young athletes day.
Girls as young as 12 years old are being subjected to one of the most traumatic injuries in sports: an Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) tear.
The question of how much work do I need to do to get a 6-pack is a pretty common one. Unfortunately, it also has a very unfriendly answer. Why?
Far too often athletes wait until the season starts to begin getting ready for it.
The first thing most people want to know when they want to lose weight is "What should I eat to lose weight?" This is a really good thing! Why am I&nbs
Recovery is quite possibly the most overlooked aspect of fitness. It's not appealing, it's not attractive, it's not exciting.
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