The shoulder is one of the most complex joints in the human body. The many tendons, ligaments, and muscles that hold it together give it an incredible range of motion. Unfortunately, this freedom of motion makes it the most unstable joint in the body. As tendons are stretched during movement, they can be rubbed and pinched…

“The key ingredient for success in life is the discipline of mind and body. Setting goals and making sure they are accomplished builds discipline. Whatever goal I set for myself, I will first get a mental image in my mind of exactly what it is I want to achieve, then I will be determined and…

“The key to long-term success is a willingness to disrupt your own comfort for the sake of continued growth” – Todd Henry This workout video of T-Swift doesn’t only have us laughing but now I’m finally reassured we aren’t the only crazy ones taking drastic measures to get pumped up for our workouts. If you…

Edison provides too much motivation to leave it at one quot. Use these motivational quotes Edition to start the week off with the wisdom to inspire you in any facet – whether inventing something beyond your wildest imagination or simply inventing your own life! 10 Motivational Quotes from Thomas Edison 10. Exercise “The mind of a child is naturally…

“If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got” – Mark Twain Do the same things, you can expect the same results. You’ve probably heard Einstein’s expression – “Insanity = Doing the same thing over and over again, and expecting different results.” Since it came from a smart person…that…

What does water have to do with this anyway? Water is something I hold near and dear to my heart…73% of it to be exact (1)…and my lungs, muscles, blood, skin… Countless hours (years) spent swimming through the awe-inspiring open blue, the permanently attached water bottle at my hip and a rather unusual adoration of…

If you have read fitness magazines or been to an exercise class you have heard of the “Fat Loss Zone”. Typically, the “Fat Loss Zone” is centered around your heart rate, holding it at ~60 – 75% of your maximum heart rate. This is a moderate pace, typically obtained through steady-state aerobics and/or long running,…