• Key Cardiovascular Workouts For Your Health and Fitness

    Do you have cardiovascular intelligence?


    We all know how to get on a treadmill and hit "quick start". We often tend to gravitate toward our favorite classes or machines. This becomes like autopilot at times, right? This is where, with a little bit more effort, you can develop cardiovascular intelligence. The meaning of this is simple... You take care of your body the best way you know how...

    Continue reading

  • Six Essential Moves to get the Most from Your T3

    Don’t let the size of the BodyCraft Total Training Tower (T3) fool you. It has a small footprint but is very versatile. The T3 allows you to take the same exercise and modify the angle for a different workout and an even stronger muscle. Our bodies are not like the pictures you see in the anatomy books. We have dimension and shape to each of our muscles and they can be worked in so many different ways/positions to create a stronger body. The T3 can help you simplify this mission.

    Continue reading

  • Home Gym vs Gym Membership: What Suits Your Needs Best?

    HFT Fit ProAnother day at the gym. Part of you is excited to try out the new machine they just got. But secretly, part of you is dreading the crowd, the drive, that random sweat. Belonging to a gym can be a great experience for some, a place where people are collectively working towards their fitness goals. For others, gyms can be intimidating or just flat out annoying.

    For those in the second category, a home gym could be a perfect solution. You’ll never have to wait in line to use it. It’s available to you at any time of day, with no drive required. If that sounds good to you, keep reading for five more reasons why a home gym would make sense for you.

    Continue reading

  • 4 Moves to Craft Your Core

    Everyone and everything says to work out our core, but do you truly know the definition of core? The core is your lower back, your abdominals, your hips, your glutes and your pelvis. Most exercise enthusiasts think if they lie on the floor and complete a few crunches and maybe F670do a few super-mans they have engaged their core enough. Crunches and super-mans will work a few of the core muscles but not all of them. One way to engage every muscle group of the core is to use a Hyper-Extension/ Roman Chair. Your hips are the pivot point for the whole piece but your body can be positioned so many different ways. With a simple 10-15 minute program, you will develop a strong core. Continue reading

Items 53 to 56 of 85 total

  1. 1
  2. ...
  3. 12
  4. 13
  5. 14
  6. 15
  7. 16
  8. ...
  9. 22