Blog posts with tag: strength

Humble Home Gym Experts Worth Getting to Know

Humble Home Gym Experts Worth Getting to Know

Meet three experts who’ve spent years building up amazing home gyms. They’ve found some great fitness equipment values and made their share of mistakes. Now they’re helping thousands of followers make wise home workout choices.
Home Gym Healing: An Online Expert’s Story

Home Gym Healing: An Online Expert’s Story

Meet a home gym expert who’s overcome physical pain through exercise, learned from his gym-building mistakes and triumphs, and now lends his experience to a growing base of online followers.
More Home Gym Advice Worth Checking Out

More Home Gym Advice Worth Checking Out

Whether you’re looking to start small with your home gym plans, are building up around existing equipment, or have a sound plan for a bigger home gym project, these sites, pages and YouTube Channels offer some great experienced-based advice.
How to Make the Most of Your Home Gym Space

How to Make the Most of Your Home Gym Space

Optimizing space is often the first consideration of a  great home gym. Whether you have a small corner or a full garage, a properly measured, planned, and equipped workout space can make your exercise time comfortable, productive, and rewarding.
Coming to Terms: Pump Up Your Fitness Literacy

Coming to Terms: Pump Up Your Fitness Literacy

Fitness jargon can make some of us feel like exercise outsiders. But understanding these terms could be the key to finding the workout plan that keeps you safe, motivated, and on the fast track to your goals.
Superset Pretenders or the Real Deal?

Superset Pretenders or the Real Deal?

What is a true superset? Fitness purists say only one type of intense two-exercise combo qualifies. Other experts embrace a broader definition. Which of these candidates do you think deserves the super distinction?
Why and How Strength Training Can Make Your Cardio Workout More Effective

Why and How Strength Training Can Make Your Cardio Workout More Effective

  For years, cardio has been about losing weight, gaining energy and improving the length and quality of our lives. Strength training has been about the weight we can lift or resist and the muscular physique we can show off doing it. But now the idea of adding strength training to our cardio routines is catching on.