Skip to main content
#
BeFitGal
site map
contact
email us
Blog
Saturday, November 26 2016

4 Deadlift Variations You Need to Try

4 Deadlift Variations You Need to Try

If building a lot of muscle mass is among your clients’ fitness goals, the deadlift should be one of your go-to exercises. This power move helps train numerous major muscles, including the hamstrings, glutes, lower-back and trapezius muscles.

Improve Spine Health With These Core-strengthening Moves

Improve Spine Health With These Core-strengthening Moves

Spine health is often not a focus of strategic health and fitness planning, typically receiving attention only after an injury or chronic pain has occurred. Considering the important role the spine plays in overall functioning, incorporating exercises that create a strong and mobile spine can go a long way toward helping clients avoid low-back pain.

Build your Glutes with this Strength Training Routine

Build your Glutes with this Strength Training Routine

 

Strong glutes are essential, not only for aesthetics, but also for reducing your risk of injury and low-back pain. Plus, powerful glutes enable us to become more agile, jump higher, lift heavier, climb stairs, walk and/or run with less stress to the lower-chain joints, making everyday living and recreational activities more enjoyable and less taxing.

Suns out, Guns Out: Arm Workout

 

Strong, well-defined arms create a visual effect that lets others know that you make physical activity an important component of your life. You can change the look of your arms fairly easily, because the relatively short structures of the arm muscles allow them to quickly adapt to strength training.

Yoga Poses to Pair with Your High Intensity Interval Training

Yoga Poses to Pair with Your High Intensity Interval Training

Yoga and high-intensity interval training are at essentially opposite ends of the movement spectrum. HIIT, while sometimes community-oriented, is competitive, often requiring the exerciser to push beyond his or her body’s limits, which can result in injury. Yoga, conversely, asks us to listen to our bodies and honor where we are at that moment, including our limitations.

10 Testosterone-Boosting Workouts

10 Testosterone-Boosting Workouts

Testosterone is an anabolic steroid responsible for promoting the repair and growth of muscle proteins. Currently, there are a lot of half-truths out there regarding low testosterone levels among men and how to raise them. To help clarify some of the misinformation being propagated, here is what you need to know about low-T and what you can do about it in the gym.

3 Moves to do Instead of Push-ups

3 Moves to do Instead of Push-ups

If you are ready for a pectoral-pumping workout that doesn’t involve push-ups, this workout is for you. Each move is guaranteed to train some or all of the muscles used in push-ups without doing a single push-up.

5 Exercises to Improve Low Back Function

5 Exercises to Improve Low Back Function

As fitness professionals, we’re likely to encounter clients who have either suffered from or are suffering from low back pain. This is one of the most common musculoskeletal disorders that plagues the population and is said to be the second most common complaint doctors hear from patients.

A 20-minute Workout for the Incredibly Busy

A 20-minute Workout for the Incredibly Busy

Life, says ACE pro Jonathan Ross, is a choice between “busy and unfit,” and “busy and fit.” Everyone is busy. So, what is the fix? With a few simple ingredients, Ross explains how you can make a workout fit the time you have instead of feeling frustrated trying to fit a 60-minute workout into a 20-minute window.

TRX Single-leg Exercises

TRX Single-leg Exercises

Strength training is commonly performed while sitting or while standing on both legs, but exercises that feature single-leg work also are beneficial, particularly because they mimic how we move in day-to-day life and while playing sports.

Posted by: fitgal@befitgal.com AT 09:52 am   |  Permalink   |  Email
    Certifications

    Disclaimer

    *Weight-loss results may vary. Always consult your physician before making any dietary changes or starting any nutrition, weight control or exercise program. Information regarding training and exercise on this site is of a general nature.

    Contact us
    email us
    BeFitGal
    Lake Forest Trail
    Lawrenceville, GA 30043
    678.834.8425
    fitgal@befitgal.com
    Site Powered By
        makeitloudsites.com
        Online web site design