Getting stronger usually links straight to heavy weights low reps, which is correct! But only one avenue to do so, so how do you gain strength without using heavy weights?
With the new year upon us, some of us find it harder and harder to actually get back to the gym, and for most people, actually finding any motivation to get started. This is where home workouts can come in very handy.
It's the festive season, and you still want to keep fit, great! This workout a can be done in an gym or at home. Some exercises are optional to either add or take away equipment to suit your environment.
Check out this wicked upper body workout, aiming to work arms, shoulders, chest, back and core!
With such a variety of workouts and classes to try it's hard to know what's best and how much of each you should be doing. Gym workouts allow you to do whatever you want personal to your goals and aims whereas classes give you a generalised workout with others to usually raise heart rate and work full body. So what is better? Let's find out the pros and cons of both.
Machines are used in the gym every single day by millions of people, these days there is a machine for every muscle group! This both a good and a bad thing, but should you really be using them?
It’s heard all the time, some people use genetics as their key to why they look so good, but on the other hand, some people use it to explain why they find it hard to reach goals. But does it really make a difference?
It's always hard to know how much you should be training. Are you doing too much? Are you doing too little? You should definitely be aware that sometimes to can train too much which can be dangerous, but what's best for you?
I know what you're thinking, cardio machines, stopping me from gaining progress? No way! Sorry to burst your bubble but there are many people who are putting their gym results to a standstill by using cardio machines! So how does this work out? Let's find out!
All articles are written by Luke Teuma, Founder of Lean With Luke.