Returning to the Gym After Rehab

Returning to the Gym After Rehab

As an athlete or gym-lover, an injury can throw your goals and training schedule off track. If you had to take four to six weeks off from the gym or were lucky enough to still be able to train with modification, it’s important to take into consideration the direction...
Recovering from Tendinopathy

Recovering from Tendinopathy

Tendinopathy is a common injury caused by the over or incorrect use of a tendon, which is the band of tissue that connects your muscles to your bones. Any sort of repetitive injury or putting too much load or stress on a tendon can cause inflammation and pain. This...
Is Sitting Really The New Smoking?

Is Sitting Really The New Smoking?

In recent years, the media and newspapers have been circulating the news that sitting is the new smoking. Our thoughts? It’s not that serious. Let’s take a look at both sides of the argument. Against Sitting Dr. James Levine of the Mayo Clinic coined the eye-catching...
Core Training Basics

Core Training Basics

When you think about training your core, you’re probably thinking about finally getting that six pack you have always dreamed about. In reality, the core is about more than washboard abs. The muscles in that part of your body control and stabilize most of your...