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      The fitness industry is a huge market that continues to grow each year. It’s evolved from gym rats pumping heavy iron and spending hours on exercise bikes to new training methods and wellness tactics. Training styles like functional training, indoor cycling, mixed martial arts, and yoga have risen in popularity and helped boutique studios and specialized gyms bring in new members.    In fact, the fitness industry has moved into the lifestyle market. Many gyms today are actually wellnes...

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  When it comes to fitness and exercise, too often the advice is aimed at people that are looking to lose weight. And while a healthy weight is essential to many aspects of wellness, there’s more to fitness than just weight loss. One of the things you can do to improve your health, longevity, and overall athleticism, is to improve your conditioning.  And the best part is that you can do it with minimal equipment and time commitment. All you need is a jump rope. In this article, we’ll loo...

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  There are lots of reasons why women start working out. Often, though, appearance has something to do with it.   It's extremely common for women (and men) to set out on their fitness journey, looking to increase muscle tone and shed body fat or, put more simply, to get “toned.”   Unfortunately, most of the advice flooding the internet intended to help you tone up is just plain wrong. There really is no other way to put it.   Why? What's the problem?   Generally, the accepted gym wisdom goes...

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Believe it or not, you don't need access to an expensive gym to build muscle. What you do need is a basic understanding of some principles and a set of dumbbells. Muscle is built through the application of three simple rules. To build muscle you must   progressively lift heavier and heavier weights provide your body with enough nutrients provide your body with enough rest to utilize those nutrients and repair damaged tissue       The first rule is formally known as progressive tension over...

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