As the fitness industry grows in popularity and importance, it is of the utmost importance that we as fitness professionals continue to develop a growing knowledge of the exercise sciences to communicate effectively with the established health professions and sciences on "common ground". The following article, while at times technical, provides an integral part of that knowledge base necessary to facilitate such communication.
As fitness professionals, we accept the premise that most serious strength-training athletes and bodybuilders will experience injuries at some point in time. Within a 1-year [...]
Exercises like pull-ups, rows, kettlebell swings, and bicep curls all involve a certain amount of forearm strength. Rock climbing, one of the fastest-growing sports in [...]
When it comes to exercise programming and workout design, the basics still work despite what fit-influencers want consumers to believe. As exercise professionals, we should [...]
Serratus anterior is often referred to as “the boxer’s muscle” because it is largely responsible for protraction of the scapula– the forward movement of the [...]
For those of you who read the word "physics" and still opened this blog, I applaud you for being fitness professionals willing to challenge the [...]