If you’re like most people, you’ve probably fallen into the pattern of setting new goals in January that die by March. For many, this never-ending cycle occurs year after year, but in the end, nothing really changes. Read 3 tips to help you break this cycle.fbig
As the popular lyrics go, “Mo Money, Mo More,” but perhaps it should be, “Mo Muscle, Less Problems.” Muscle fixes many things in life, but building it takes time – exponentially more time than losing fat. These 10 commandments help set the foundation for building muscle.
Muscle takes years to build, yet seemingly months to lose. If you don’t know what you’re doing, you may be left endlessly spinning your wheels. Focus Personal Training Institute’s 10 foundational commandments will ensure that you keep your hard-earned muscle for many years to come.
If you’re like most people, the quarantine has hit hard. Gyms are closed, and most are stuck at home. With a new routine comes new challenges and unanswered questions about staying healthy. This article walks you through the process so that you can stay on track even without a gym!
If you’re like most gym-goers, leg day is probably not the way you want to kick off your week. But when it comes to your long-term health and performance, it may be time for your legs to take the spotlight on Monday morning.
There’s no better feeling than locking out a heavy deadlift after a never-ending struggle against gravity. But sometimes our backs don’t always enjoy deadlifts as much as we do. These cues will help you refine your pulls and keep your back in one piece!
Walk into any gym at 5 am or 5 pm, and you’ll find a dedicated crew of trainees who are hard at work sculpting their bodies and building muscle. But when it comes to your workouts, which is better: mornings or evenings? Turns out the answer might surprise you…
Since the dawn of time, humans have been looking for that secret “edge” that would put them ahead of the competition. Society has pitched us the idea that supplements are the “silver bullet” to muscle growth. If you’re not growing, then you’re simply not taking enough. But is that true?
If you’ve been in the fitness world for any time, you’ll notice that there’s a cycle that seems to grip dieters year-round. Thanks to marketing, the media, and the unsuspecting consumer, you’ll see people endlessly spin their wheels trying to change their body composition throughout the seasons.
Pain is much more complex than we realize. Everyone correlates pain with injuries, but the data simply doesn’t support this. So, be very careful when someone tries to sell you on absolutes because human bodies are exceptionally good at defying the odds.