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Night Owl Workouts: The Surprising Benefits and Best Exercises for Evening Fitness
The best time to work out is whatever time allows you to be consistent with your training. But the time of day when you will train most efficiently depends on your circadian rhythm and chronotype.
Balancing Work and Workout: Must-Have Office Fitness Equipment for a Seamless Transition Back to Work
Incorporating movement at the office and keeping up with daily fitness is easier than you think. Thanks to discreet under-desk and office-friendly fitness equipment, you can keep your body active and your mind sharp throughout the workday.
Rowing Machine Rundown: Comparing WaterRower, Hydrow Rower, and Concept2 RowErg
Over the last decade, rowers have gained traction as the go-to cardio choice in home gyms and health clubs – and for good reason. Just one rowing stroke can work up to 84% of the muscles in your body.
The HOIST HF-5970 Squat Rack: Your Solution for Space-Efficient Strength Training
Are you looking for a squat rack that fits seamlessly in your home gym – both aesthetically and functionally? A rack that doesn’t compromise on durability or skimp on features in favor of a compact footprint? Then look no further than the HOIST HF-5970 Multi-Purpose Squat Rack.
The Squat Rack Guide: How to Choose the Right One for Your Home Gym
At the heart of every gym, there’s a powerhouse piece of equipment that caters to all your strength training needs: the squat rack. It offers workout versatility, promotes safe solo training, and gives you the confidence to push your limits and achieve your fitness goals.
Improve Mobility & Stability From Home: 6 Balance-Boosting Exercises for Seniors
Research has shown that balance begins to decline in midlife, starting at the age of 50. But luckily, there is a way to combat these age-related effects and continue to live a long, active, and healthy life well into your golden years. (Didn’t you hear? 80 is the new 60!)