Daily exercise is important to your body and your mind! MYWINERADIO recommends you do some amount of physical activity each day. Always consult your physician before starting a fitness routine.
Band Pullovers - The Torso Builder
on November 18, 2019 at 10:54 PM
The addition of a band anchored behind you allows you to keep tension on the muscle throughout the entire range. The classic dumbbell pullover is an exercise bodybuilders have been doing for ages. Back in the Golden era they were credited with building bigger lats, pecs, and serratus. Many top bodybuilders also swore they increased the size of your rib cage too. You have probably seen old black and white pictures of people like Arnold Schwarzenegger doing them. And some people went as far as to call them the upper body squat. read more
The Toxicity of Diet Culture
on November 18, 2019 at 10:50 PM
Let's put an end to fat-shaming and our unhealthy obsession with losing weight. Diet culture is toxic, haven’t you heard? For many, the impetus behind the anti-diet culture movement is all about putting an end to fat-shaming and our unhealthy obsession with losing weight. read more
Prime Your New Year's Resolution Now For a Change That Actually Sticks
on November 17, 2019 at 3:15 PM
You have time to prepare presents and decorations. You may not have as much time to prepare for a healthier you in the New Year. Halloween has come and gone and we are officially into the holiday season. Two months of spending and gorging yourself silly which eventually leads to resolution season, where you worry about whatever damage was done. Yet, given the success rate of New Year's resolutions (80% fail by February), maybe we should short-circuit this annual cycle. read more
5 Tips to Get Fit Over 50
on November 15, 2019 at 3:28 AM
Your training is only a small part of your overall fitness and health program. We all have that moment when we realize that we need to take better care of ourselves. For many of my clients, this moment comes sometime in their 50s. When this moment occurs later in your life, it is important to make sure that you are approaching your health and fitness appropriately to ensure that you are mitigating risk of injury and that you are setting yourself up for success. Below are my top five tips to help you get fit over the age of 50. read more
How to Use Ascending Reps to Build Size and Strength
on November 12, 2019 at 12:52 PM
Assuming that building strength and muscle ranks highly among your training priorities, then you may be interested to learn about ascending reps. Assuming that building strength and muscle ranks highly among your training priorities, then you may be interested to learn about ascending reps (also known as ladders). What are ascending reps? Ascending reps are simply sets of increasing reps, with the same weight, until a total number of reps are completed. You can also work back down again (pyramids) or repeat the sets (waves), but more on this later. For example, instead of performing 5 sets of 5 reps, you could do: read more
How to Get That Elusive Spark
on November 11, 2019 at 11:17 PM
It’s easy to get carried away by emotion and let it control you instead of using the energy of it toward a singular effort. The first gym I trained at looked like a set from a 80's action movie. From the outside, it looked like an old stone mill. Every member was given a key to get in and train whatever time of day or night you wanted. At the entrance, there was a table with a boombox, CD cases, and a clipboard to sign in with the date and time. read more
The No Excuse Deck of Cards Bodyweight Workout
on November 11, 2019 at 3:10 PM
Try these anywhere, anytime bodyweight exercises, and the killer deck of cards game to build a fun and challenging workout. What if you have a few minutes only, a little time before you get back to work, pick up the kids, go to your next appointment? Do you get in a quick workout in or scroll through the posts on your phone? read more
Double Your Leg Strength One Leg at a Time
on November 8, 2019 at 3:34 PM
Here are some proven exercises to help create explosive power and strength in your legs. read more
5 Foolproof Ways to Build Muscular Shoulders
on November 7, 2019 at 4:04 AM
There’s no need to overcomplicate things—packing on muscle for powerful and healthy shoulders can be simple. Your shoulders say everything about you—from the mid-level office employee sitting in his cubicle 9 to 5 with rounded shoulders to the powerful high-level executive standing erect as he leads meetings—your shoulders define how others perceive you. Tiny narrow shoulders make you look weak and timid—like Bambi. Massive broad shoulders make you look powerful and confident—like Superman. If you’re reading this, you and I know two things: read more
Build a Bigger Back With This Single Arm Breakthrough
on November 5, 2019 at 1:49 PM
Don’t get me wrong, pronated wide grip pulldowns are a good exercise, but they aren’t ideal to train the lats. If you struggle to build a thick, wide back it is probably not because your program sucks. The answer is likely much simpler than that—your technique is crap and you cannot develop a mind-muscle connection (MMC) with the muscles of the back. read more
Complete Core Workout
by Amy Hoehn on November 6, 2019 at 12:00 AM
Add this core workout to the end of your session, or complete the circuit 3x through to make it all about abs. The post Complete Core Workout appeared first on Under Armour.
Full-Body HIIT Circuit
by Amy Hoehn on October 29, 2019 at 6:00 PM
Trainer Sydney Torabi takes you through a full-body HIIT workout. The post Full-Body HIIT Circuit appeared first on Under Armour.
Welcome to My . . . Meal Prep
by Amy Hoehn on October 21, 2019 at 10:00 PM
Nutritionist Sydney Torabi shows us her favorite meal prep recipe that just about anyone can copy. The post Welcome to My . . . Meal Prep appeared first on Under Armour.
Motivation with Kristin Calabria
by Brandon Fleshman on September 30, 2019 at 1:30 PM
Yoga instructor Kristin Calabria turned to yoga to help her overcome injury, and stayed because it healed every other part of her. The post Motivation with Kristin Calabria appeared first on Under Armour.
Carla’s 3-Year Running Streak Started as a Personal Goal and Became Much More
by Brandon Fleshman on September 27, 2019 at 2:00 PM
When Carla began her running streak of at least one mile a day, she never imagined she would still be at it more than three years and nine months later. When she realized she could use her running to raise money and awareness for muscular dystrophy, a disease both her grandmother and brother have, she ... The post Carla’s 3-Year Running Streak Started as a Personal Goal and Became Much More appeared first on Under Armour.