The goal of suspension training is to offer strength development, flexibility, balance, and joint stability simultaneously. Suspension training develops physical strength while using functional movements and dynamic positions.
th the new year, comes new gym memberships and with new gym memberships comes…new gym members.
You are the tried and true gym veteran who was there at the inception of the gym’s existence. How dare others to invade YOUR SPACE! Or you are the newbie just trying to find the men’s locker room to put your shorts on.
Each of us has felt one of these ways, especially toward the beginning of the year. Instead of getting territorial, grumpy and upset, CHANGE YOUR PERSPECTIVE!
“I just don’t have the time to work out, my schedule is way too busy”. “I just don’t have the time to dedicate to working out the way I want.” Can’t seem to fit exercise in? Then you may be going about your approach the wrong way. Exercise should be treated as something you do for your …
As this year begins, many of us are looking for the next step in our progression through life. New gym members flood our familiar space, cookies fill our shelves and the post-holiday blues drag us down.
Fret not dear readers, because you can win this new year wellness game. Do you know how? Well, you set the rules.