You don’t need to spend a fortune on the latest Under Armour fitness line (although soon you may find yourself eyeing them), but being conscious of what you wear to the gym can help you lift more and run longer with fewer injuries.
The favors are long and includes improved cognitive ability, higher happiness quotient, enhanced productivity, and the perks of feeling strong and looking good.
With age comes wisdom, not to mention wrinkles, pains, and aches. Aging can be daunting, and most of us try to keep up a younger appearance. While it’s impossible to turn back the clock, you can still focus your efforts on making yourself feel young again.
Even though you might like the way that you feel when you work out, you probably don’t like the way you smell. After all, when you’re getting in a good workout, it’s totally natural to get sweaty. And sweating is actually really good for you. But when your clothes start to broadcast those workouts to the world, you need a new laundry plan.
For some folks, myself included, Halloween means the beginning of the holiday season! Christmas carols anyone?!? Unfortunately this also means the occasional candy binge on bite Snickers and tiny boxes of Nerds.
Disclaimer: This is not an endorsement of candy as a CrossFit Black Bear approved pre-workout supplement 🙂
Do you fear any workout involving the rowing machine? Do you see people on the machine and wonder how they are able to look so smooth and deliberate? This seminar is for you!
Statistics show that 58 million Americans visit the gym every year. Whether it’s to build muscle, burn body fat, or simply to promote better health, a gym membership is an invaluable tool that helps an individual achieve their personal goals.
If you’ve been checking out our website, reading our blog, and emails and you are getting bombarded with “WODs”, “AMRAPs”, and other crazy language, then this is for you!
Whether we know it or not, our mindset towards a workout and the thoughts we have before, during and after a workout affect our abilities to perform.
In the simplest explanation, functional fitness is a method of using functional movements to train for everyday life. In our gym, we combine that with a level of intensity to ensure we are achieving results and maintaining health.