**Originally posted here on July 24, 2017 | BY: Andrew Heffernan CSCS, GCFP** Beyond sheer power and brute strength, gifted athletes are masters of body mechanics: weight distribution, fluidity, efficiency. But when you look around the average gym, you see a whole lot of the exact opposite: wasted motion, lousy alignment, shoddy body mechanics, and… Continue reading 7 Exercises People Usually Do Wrong — And How to Correct Them
Sometimes, within the first 30 seconds or so when you start exercising, you feel slow, and almost winded. But, as you ease into the workout, the movements become more comfortable. Ever wonder why that is? University of Utah researchers found that as your body goes from standing still (or walking) to running (or engaging in other high… Continue reading Why Do the First Few Moments of Working Out Feel So Hard?