Depression Improved With Exercise!

Depression Improved With Exercise!

The mental health of one in four people with depressive symptoms can benefit from resistance exercise training. About 10% of people experience depression at some time in their life. It is not a sign of personal weakness. Depression is caused by biochemical changes in...
Best Exercise Intensity for Men and Women

Best Exercise Intensity for Men and Women

There’s many different forms of exercise. Golfing. Jazzercise. Cycling. Jogging. Sprinting. Prowler pushing, Tire flipping. High intensity interval training (HITT). With so many options for exercise intensity – which one is going to do the most for your...

What Do You Know About Rep Ranges?

A rather simple principle in training program design is what rep ranges you should be focusing on. This is a simple principle but often one that goes misunderstood. We’ve gone ahead and tried to turn the rep into an applicable tool that you can use and modify...
Training Is Very Much Like Academics

Training Is Very Much Like Academics

Training is very much like academics. This statement especially rings true when it comes to the SAID principle. The SAID principle = Specific Adaptation to Imposed Demand. In training, this is often not understood by trainees or even most trainers and as a result, it...
In Pursuit of Lean Legs

In Pursuit of Lean Legs

Written by Mike Demeter It’s April. Spring is here in the great white north (Toronto). 20’C predicted within days. Like kids at Christmas, wishing for the toys of choice. Most female trainees entertain thoughts of short shorts and lean legs by the May 24...