There's probably nothing more functional than picking something up from the ground and putting it back down. Add the heavy element of the deadlift and you have an exercise fit for your favorite Flintstone character!
Yes you read that correctly - the Keto Diet consists of 75% fat. If you’re interested in the basics of The Keto Diet, what you can eat and what you can’t eat, check out our list below to get you started.
The side plank is is known as one of the best exercises for core muscles such as your obliques, rectus abdominis (6-pack), and glutes. Strengthening these muscles can not only help to tone up the belly, but research has shown that this exercise actually activates the glute medius muscle. Here’s how to do it, with images!
A major topic of discussion of the 2019 NFL this past February was the physical stoutness of Ole Miss wide-receiver D.K. Metcalf. Listed at 6’4” and 230 lbs, this 21 year-old top NFL prospect impressed the sports world by posting a 4.33 second 40 yard dash, 40” vertical jump, and 27 repetitions with a max of 225lbs on the bench press. In this blog we’re going to be discussing dosage and why the number of repetitions, sets, and amount of resistance are important!
Dr. Kellen Scantlebury, founder and CEO of Fit Club NY, breaks down the five best foods for recovery. “The better you recover, the more often you can train,” he explains. Follow his recommendations, and make sure to visit any of their three locations around Manhattan and Brooklyn if you’re in need of more than just recovery food.
When we think about some of the worst injuries we have seen in sports, many of them fall under compound fractures! These injuries that make you look away from the screen can happen to any athlete really, but often are seen most in basketball players, MMA fighters, and football players. The sport you play may determine how you obtain this the injury, but the mechanisms for injury are the same