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This Christmas, give the fitness enthusiast in your life the gift of knowledge. A fitness book is a great way to show you care about their quest to improve themselves and help them do it at the same time. Or treat yourself to a workout book. There...

Fitness training can be broken down into three main components: cardiovascular, strength and flexibility. Care to guess which one gets overlooked the most? Or is most often done wrong? I think most people would agree it’s stretching, which many don’t do much of at all, but is...

One of the most important things you can do to stay physically fit is write about it. No, I’m not talking about typing an exercise column, or a blog like this. I’m talking about something much simpler - keep a detailed workout log. There are three main reasons...

There is nothing more natural than breathing. It’s the first and last thing we do in our lives because if we’re not taking in and exhaling air, well, we’re not going to last long. However, it’s surprising how much confusion some people have when it comes...

If you’re not one of those rare people who can spend 1 ½ hours at the gym day after day, then it’s important to be as efficient as possible when you do work out. Here are three weightlifting splits to keep you in the gym for...

“Curls are for the girls” is a common expression heard in weight rooms. It basically means that excess biceps curls don’t do much that benefit people in everyday sports or activities, but will result in big arms that the ladies will like. It is important to incorporate...

When I say “Thanksgiving” what are the first two words that come to mind? For many people like myself, it’s Turkey and then Football. Oh yeah, family, too, sorry mom. For the vast majority of the people out there, they’ll at least see some of an NFL...

There is probably no single holiday more centered around eating than Thanksgiving. It’s other name is Turkey Day, so that right there tells you something. At the end of the day you could come out stuffed like a turkey yourself, but it doesn’t have to be...

You know your calorie count is likely to go up - OK, maybe way up - during the Thanksgiving Holiday. That’s OK to over-indulge a little bit, but you’ll feel a lot better about yourself if you find time for a little fitness during the...

The average person consumes around 2,000-3,000 calories at a Thanksgiving dinner. If you snack and drink throughout the day, that total can easily rise to 5,000 or more calories. A lot of people would be surprised to know exactly how those calories are broken down. Below...