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Monthly topics to improve your health & wellbeing

A Vegetarian diet
A Vegetarian diet
The vegetarian diet has gained popularity in recent years with estimates that vegetarians now account for 18% of the global…
Anti-Inflammatory foods you can eat
Anti-Inflammatory foods you can eat
Inflammation can be both good and bad. On one hand, it helps your body defend itself from infection and injury.…
Strength Training: 7s/21s
Strength Training: 7s/21s
This is an advanced method of training that the working muscle group in three different ranges of motion within a…
Low Intensity Steady State Training
Low Intensity Steady State Training
Low-intensity steady-state, or LISS, is a method of cardiovascular exercise in which you do aerobic activity at a low-to-moderate intensity…
Glutes
Glutes
The muscles in the group are: Gluteus Maximus Primary function is upper leg (thigh) extension. (i.e., moving the upper leg…
Facts about Alcohol
Facts about Alcohol
There are many mixed messages out there about alcohol. On the one hand, moderate amounts have been linked to health…
What is a balanced diet?
What is a balanced diet?
A balanced diet gives your body all the nutrients it needs to function correctly. A balanced diet is a diet that contains…
Benefits of HIIT Training
Benefits of HIIT Training
HIIT involves short bursts of intense exercise alternated with low-intensity recovery periods. Interestingly, it is perhaps the most time-efficient way…
Benefits of HIT 100s Training
Benefits of HIT 100s Training
If you want to get a serious pump in a short period of time, this is a great way to…
Triceps
Triceps
Triceps brachii comes from the Latin for “three-headed muscle of the arm”. It is the large muscle on the back…
Tri-set Strength Training
Tri-set Strength Training
Tri-sets are doing three exercises back-to-back with no break. During these sets you can either pair exercises that are non-competing,…
Calves
Calves
The calf muscle, on the back of the lower leg, is made up of two muscles: THE GASTROCNEMIUS This is…