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Apr 5th 2022 | Jay Honstetter

Conditional Exercising - Different Workouts for Every Season

Every season is an opportunity for change, and a chance to freshen things up. Every three months (or about that!) the weather changes, the color of the leaves go from green to red to yellow, the food we eat is altered by the shifts in temperatures, and our bodies need to adjust to all of these modifications, as slight as they may seem.So why not adjust your exercise habits with each season? This is a great opportunity for people who feel their routine is getting stale, or for anyone who spends a …
Mar 11th 2022 | Jay Honstetter

Is it Leg Day? The Best Exercises to Maximize Your Leg Workout

Skipping leg day is so common it almost comes off as a joke when someone mentions it. But there are so many people hitting the gym, trying to lose weight or build muscle, that ignore the fact that there’s a whole other half of their body below the waist that requires the same amount of attention when you’re working towards your fitness goals. It’s comical when you’re at the gym and you see someone lifting heavy weights until their arms look like they’re going to burst, but then they have twigs f …
Jan 12th 2022 | Jay Honstetter

Workouts to Build Your Biceps

It’s essentially the cornerstone of every fitness fanatic’s workout - building up biceps. It implies strength and good health, and everyone who's got them loves to show them off! From WWE wrestlers to bodybuilders to the tank top wearing sunbathers at the beach, they look good and feel great.They’re also good for your health. Studies have shown that people with stronger biceps and leg muscles, and less belly fat, are way less likely to succumb to cardiovascular disease. The muscles provide bette …
Jan 4th 2022 | Jay Honstetter

​Exercises for a Stronger Back (And Decreased Back Pain!)

Back pain is the bane of existence for so many people, and the solution for the problem may seem counterintuitive - but indeed it is exercise! Of course the right exercises make all the difference. Doing sit-ups or leg-lifts may induce more pain than anything else, but replacing those exercises with something more suited to your individual circumstance will make all the difference.Back pain can be caused by a lack of exercise, weight gain, lifting with your back instead of your knees, and the un …