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How Long Does It Take To Get Into Shape? 7 Strategies To Meet Your Goal

how long does it take to get into shape: Woman doing online workout in front of her laptop
Dying to get into shape, and fast? There are many factors to keep in mind as you look toward your goal. I describe how long it takes to get in shape, lifestyle changes required to see a difference in your body, and the average timeline for a variety of goals.

7 Strategies To Fight CNS Fatigue (Yes, Laying on the Couch Is One of Them)

CNS fatigue: Tired woman resting on workout equipment
The burnout you feel in your workouts could be a clear indicator of a much larger problem. I explain what CNS fatigue is, what causes it, and the secret to overcoming CNS fatigue in your workout routine.

How Is Your Health Related To Fitness?

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Want to get better at your sport or have more energy to enjoy life? We'll show you how to implement 11 components of health-related fitness to build your foundation and make this happen.

How Long Does Your Body Need To Rest Between Muscle Training Workouts?

how long does your body need to rest between muscle training workouts?: girl laying down with weights on the floor
Dive into the logistics of rest and recovery — it could be the missing piece in your progress. I'll explain why rest days are a vital component of your training, and the amount of time I recommend to recover from your muscle training workouts.

Why Is it Often Easier To Start a Fitness Program Than it Is To Maintain One?

why is it often easier to start a fitness program than it is to maintain one?: Woman exercising at home while watching a video on her laptop
You’re so ready to get in shape and hit your workout goals — then the motivation disappears. Why does this happen? Learn some common reasons why it’s easier to start a fitness program and harder to stay with it, and get tips for finally staying on track.

Why Aerobic Capacity Matters and How To Measure It

aerobic capacity: woman jogging outside
Your aerobic capacity is the best way to track improvements in cardio fitness. In this article, I explain what aerobic capacity is, how it's calculated, and why it's an important measurement for any athlete.

6 Stretches for Knee Pain: Why Tight Quads Are the Real Culprit

Woman doing a runner's lunge as part of her stretches for knee pain
Knee pain has a number of root causes — tight hamstrings, glutes, hip muscles, calves, and especially quadriceps. Learn why stretching the muscles surrounding your knee can help relieve it, and get ideas for stretches that lead to less painful knees.

How To Use the Right Types of Deadlifts for Best Results

Types of deadlifts: Man lifting a barbell
Learn why everybody should do some type of deadlift in their exercise routine. I will present different deadlift variations and their characteristics, go over some errors to avoid injury, and highlight some helpful training equipment.