Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) is a phenomenon in which muscle pain or stiffness develops a day or two after exercise. While it is most common in people who have just started exercising, it can happen to anyone … 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
1. You input energy when you eat.2. The food you consume provides calories.3. Calories are simply a unit of energy or heat.4. The food you eat and the drinks you consume provide different amounts of … Read More
Reasons why you DON’T want to workout everyday…• Excessive soreness• Lack of progress• Increased risk of overtraining & injury• Often feeling tired• Trouble sleeping… and It’s a waste of your time!Working out is important but … Read More
As you know, giving 100% effort or maximum intensity is what gets you to your fatigue threshold.
Reaching MMF is the physiological point in which all of your muscle fibers have been recruited and depleted. … Read More
Written by: Diana Del Garbino, CEO of Muscles in Motion.
Now that we’ve all been back to the gym, how’s it going?
Do you feel your muscles coming back?
Do you feel your strength and … Read More