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The Definitive Guide to Full-Body Workout Routines

Key Takeaways Most full-body workout routines involve training two or more muscle groups per workout and each muscle group at least twice per week. The main benefits of full-body training is it may reduce muscle soreness and fatigue and improve your workout performance and thus strength and muscle gain. Keep reading to learn whether you should...

Is It Safe to Go Back to the Gym? What Science Says

Key Takeaways In a recent study, Norwegian researchers had 1,500 former gym goers return to the gym during the lockdown, and another 1,500 former gym goers stay home. None of the participants caught COVID-19 from the gym, and on the whole, all of them had a much lower risk of becoming infected than the average...

Can Hyperventilating Make You Stronger? What Science Says

Key Takeaways In a recent study, researchers wanted to see if hyperventilating before weightlifting would help people get more reps in each set (which could lead to more strength and muscle gain over time). After hyperventilating, the weightlifters were able to get significantly more reps in each set and became less fatigued throughout the workout...

How to lose weight by walking

Running, spinning, yoga and Pilates might all get the glamor and attention when it comes to stripping fat, toning up and getting healthy. However, the humble and simple workout of walking isn’t too shabby either. Though walking may not get any of the glory, it sure punches above it’s weight. Research suggests that...

Get Stronger Now with these 9 Weightlifting Cues

Key Takeaways A weightlifting cue is a simple reminder, usually in the form of a phrase, that directs your attention to a particular aspect of your exercise technique. One of the best bench pressing cues is “break the bar in half,” one of the best cues for squatting is “spread the floor with your feet,”...