High Intensity Training (HIT) is a method of training that focuses on slow, quality movements. At Muscles in Motion, your trainer creates a full body routine that includes approximately 8-12 exercises.
Each exercise that you … Read More
When completing a resistance training session, it is typically best for the sequencing to first focus on large muscles and complex exercises and then progress down to smaller muscle groups and isolated exercises.
Your bigger muscle groups are your hamstrings, … Read More
The better rested you are, the better your mind and body function — and that includes at the gym.
Adequate sleep has been proved to help motivate people to stick to their exercise plans and work out the … Read More
Tracking your time during each exercise is more accurate than simply reaching a specific set of reps. Being accurate will help … Read More
Think of breathing as part of good form during your workout.
Why does it matter?
Using proper breathing techniques ensure adequate amounts of oxygen and iron are getting to your blood, muscles and brain.
The … Read More
Physical activity is any movement carried out by the muscles that require energy.Examples of physical activity include; gardening, cutting the grass, dancing, playing a sport for fun, etc. It’s important to add physical activity every … Read More
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