Designed with High Intensity Training in mind, the machines used at Muscles in Motion are biomechanically engineered.
In short, biomechanical engineering is the combined use of mechanical engineering principles and biological knowledge to better understand how … Read More
Your body contains more water than anything else—about 60% of your total body weight. Water helps regulate your body temperature, transport nutrients, and remove waste. Every day you lose water when you breathe, sweat, urinate, and … Read More
Should you be stretching? If so, when & how??
Muscle tightness doesn’t always mean you’re not stretching enough. Sometimes the muscle in question is just weak.In that case, forcing a stretch can cause major strain … Read More
As we grow older, the size and strength of our muscles progressively deteriorates.
This can affect your capacity to perform everyday activities like standing up from a chair, climbing stairs or carrying groceries.For some people, … Read More
The hype around strong, pronounced abs is news to exactly no one.
Flaunted by the likes of Kayla Itsines, Cristiano Ronaldo, and even Gigi Hadid, a cut core is arguably one of the most sought-after … Read More
Why is muscle tone important?Your muscle tone prepares you for action, maintains your balance and posture, generates heat that keeps your muscles healthy, and allows for a quick, unconscious reaction to any sudden internal/ external… Read More
When performing high intensity strength training using proper form and a slow, controlled speed of motion additional warm up sets are almost never necessary. In most cases they provide little or no benefit while wasting time … Read More
A single set is a performed with the greatest possible effort and concentration, where you continue moving the weight until further movement becomes impossible. In other words, a single set is one performed with a … Read More
Have you ever walked into a gym and felt so overwhelmed you turned around and walked back out? 🤚Not only are there a lot of machines, bands & dumbbells to choose from at the gym…There … Read More
What’s the difference between the two?
👉 Strength training (aka weight training or resistance training) is an anaerobic activity. This includes lifting free weights like barbells, dumbbells, and kettlebells or using weight machines.Anaerobic exercises break … Read More