We’ve found the fountain of youth. Turns out, it’s strength training. We’re not talking about the reverse aging stuff, but a growing body of evidence suggests that strength training is fundamental to maintaining a high quality of life as we get older.
In honor of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, which celebrate the cultural, political, and socioeconomic achievements and contributions of women throughout history and contemporary society, we’re getting workout inspiration from 10 of the world’s most powerful female athletes. These trailblazers (and we know there are many) have expanded the notion of what’s possible while breaking barriers and setting the bar for both men and women in sport.
Let’s face it - New Year’s resolutions don’t have a great track record of success. If you’re like most people, you’ve probably had the experience of setting lofty goals on January 1st, only to fall right back into the same old habits by February (or sooner).
Group Fitness has been a popular way to work out for years but recently has taken the fitness world by storm. It’s an incredible feeling being professionally trained by high-energy instructors and feeling like you’re part of a team all working towards the same goal; to be happier and healthier versions of yourself.