Exercise increases energy levels, combats stress, battles fatigue and improves general well-being.
These benefits will make employees happier and more energized and therefore more effective and efficient at all tasks in life, especially work.
Fitness… Read More
After every 20 sessions at Muscles in Motion, you will have an assessment.The assessment includes a 1:1 conversation with a Personal Trainer to gather information regarding how your body feels, taking note of any changes … Read More
Do you ever feel like the weights are so heavy that you couldn’t imagine being able to lift another pound and wondering if you’ve reached your maximum lifting potential?
You’re not alone.
That’s the idea … Read More
The word accountability is one of the most frequently used by prospective clients when they arrive at Muscles in Motion for their free consultation. It is a common struggle for most people when referring to … 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
The significance of knowing the amount of time your muscles spend under tension in your workout.
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
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