WHAT IS YOUR MOTIVATION TO EXERCISE
Written by: Nem
Motivation is the drive or desire to make a change. As we explained in one of our previous articles, we don't need the motivation to act. We can still go about our day and do things that we are not really motivated to do.
STRENGHT TRAINING PRINCIPLES
Written by: Hatem
Reviewed by: Nem
When designing a training program, there are several key principles which must be kept in mind. We will explain these key principles and give real-life examples of how they should play a part in designing your own resistance training routine.
written by: Nem
Low back pain is one of the most common health complaints. As much as four out of five adults will experience significant low back pain at some point in their lifetime. There are many causes of low back pain, however, the most likely cause of low back pain is muscle or ligament strain and a general lack of movement.
STRESS FRACTURES - CAUSES AND TREATMENT
written by: Nem
Just like any other tissue in our body, bones adapt to stresses that we put them trough. When we walk, run or jump, forces that go through your body can be as high as 12 times your body weight.
Written by: Victoria Khounborinh
Foam rolling has become an increasingly popular practice among fitness enthusiasts and athletes. This may be due to its easy and cost-efficient applicability (as it requires the use of one’s own body weight and a type of foam roller); as well as its similarity to massage which is presumed to enhance performance and recovery.