Author Archives: Andrew Goring, CSCS

Bored of your Cardio Routine? Give the Stairmaster a Try!

Take a look around the cardio section of any fitness center and you’ll likely see rows upon rows of treadmills, ellipticals, and stationary bikes, most of them occupied. You then turn around and head back over to the stretching section, … Continue reading

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Soft Tissue Work on the Go!

By now, most of us are aware of the many benefits that myofascial release can offer: increased circulation, improved muscular range of motion, and reduced muscle soreness, just to name a few. Whether you maintain an active lifestyle or not, … Continue reading

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Get Your Glutes Up!

Glute training is all the craze nowadays and for good reason! The largest and most powerful muscle group in the body, the glutes work to abduct, rotate, and extend the hip. Having strong glutes will help improve posture and enhance … Continue reading

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Core Workout

Perform 3 sets of 15-20 reps of each exercise: Bird Dogs: On all fours, keep your spine and neck in a neutral position. Slowly extend your left leg behind you while reaching your right arm forward. Keep your hips and … Continue reading

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Looking Past Six Pack Abs

When we think of the word core, we usually think of having a six pack or abs.  But your rectus abdominis muscles are only one part of many that make up your core.  There’s also your pelvic floor muscles, transverse … Continue reading

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Want More Gains? Get More Sleep!

Most of us have every intention to wake up early and go workout whether it is going for a run, taking a group class or walking the dog.  But some days when the alarm goes off, exercise is the furthest … Continue reading

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Exercises For Prevention and Managing Symptoms

The carpal tunnel is a narrow passageway on the palm side of your wrist made up of bones and ligaments. The median nerve, which controls sensation and movement in the thumb and first three fingers, runs through this passageway along … Continue reading

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Finding Time to Fit in Your Fitness

Do you have a strong desire to start exercising, but just can’t seem to find the time? Due to our hectic schedules, it seems that our lives are consumed by our careers, family obligations, social life, etc. Because of this, … Continue reading

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