To suggest a lighter weight or a different exercise is met with trepidation. The mindset is so often that the regression is a step back, when in actuality, it is a step forward.
Last week findmefitness featured a blog article by Tawanda Adaarewa and Steven Inglefield called ‘Stop Stetching’ – this can be viewed here. Due to the high number of comments and questions this article received, they have decided to write a follow up post to further clarify their article
Training gave me the motivation, drive, inspiration, and courage to be the best I could be and to keep working at it and I want to give that back to others
Is it good to stretch? There is not a shred of evidence from good science, to suggest that stretching helps. All it serves at the moment, is the ritualistic purpose of wasting valuable training time.
Learn more about local trainer Brad Prettie in this weeks spotlight interview! What made you become a personal trainer? I have seen both sides of the “coin” , I was once a competitive athlete turned workaholic. After many years of late night eating drinking, I decided I wanted my former
The findmefitness team share their top 5 reasons you need a personal trainer that you may not know!
What made you become a personal trainer? For most of my life I was an athlete until my father died and I went on a self destructive path eating bad food, drinking and staying away from the gym. After a trip to whistler I realized I wasn’t myself anymore, standing
I was afraid of making up my mind to do it. It is scary to accept this part of myself, scary to be unaccepted by others, scary to show myself to the world
Over 50 and looking to be in the best shape of your life – meet Ron Cain