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.

  • Simple Tips to Transform Your Back
    on September 21, 2020 at 1:38 PM

    The complexity of fully training the back is illustrated by the vast array of machines and attachments available. A big, thick, well-developed back can elevate a physique from good to great. Sadly, the muscles of the back are the ones that most lifters struggle to develop the most.   This struggle is partly down to a bias towards training the mirror muscles, but it is also heavily influenced by poor exercise selection and rep execution.   read more

  • Returning to Your Sport From a Break Is Daunting, But Doable
    on September 20, 2020 at 8:10 PM

    Please go easy, slow, and don’t kick your ass for letting it all go and having to start again. As athletes, we have all been sidelined from an injury and then taken it easy when getting back into our sport. But what if you weren't injured? What if you were on a break, and perhaps it lasted a few years?   As competitive athletes, we have a hard time taking it easy. The comparison of the glory days and what you are capable of plays into every workout. The frustration, the pain, the feeling of staring eyes as you gasp for breath, or are walking instead of running. All the while, you are screaming in your head:   read more

  • The Pelvis When You Run, Viewed From a Whole-Body Perspective
    on September 16, 2020 at 10:33 PM

    The pelvis rotates as you run, which means it needs to move in a multidimensional way. What position should the pelvis be in when you run? It’s a question you probably haven’t given much thought to unless you’re a runner with a performance goal or with an injury.   read more

  • Train for Explosive Power With This Simple Dumbbell Exercise
    on September 14, 2020 at 9:11 PM

    The Dumbbell Power Shrug is the easiest exercise to learn to train full-body coordination and explosiveness. If you start talking about building explosiveness with weights, someone always chirps about Olympic weightlifting movements. Learning Olympic lifts, though, is a slower and more arduous process than anyone who’s never tried it would think. There are more setbacks than breakthroughs. I should know, I dedicated a decade of my life to Olympic weightlifting.   read more

  • The Myth of Good Posture
    on September 11, 2020 at 1:48 PM

    The balance of strength and mobility across the muscles and joints of your body is what is really required when you think about the importance of posture. Not many words make people shift in their seats as the word posture does. Probably just reading it made you straighten up. What did you do? How are you sitting now?   read more

  • Bodybuilding 101: Sculpting a Powerful Physique
    on September 3, 2020 at 12:16 PM

    A beginners guide to hypertrophy with a 4-week kickoff plan and a 12-week mass builder training program with additional guidance on implications for teens, women, and nutrition. The desire to build an impressive physique still holds true for a lot in the fitness world. Yes, being functional and practical have their places, but we all want the byproduct to be a nice looking, muscular, strong body to showcase all our hard work.   There is no better way to highlight these goals than to adopt a hypertrophy-based resistance training program. This type of training, also known as bodybuilding (referring to actually building the body’s musculature, not the sport), has ebbed and flowed over the years.   read more

  • Can Hydration Be As Simple As Listening To Our Bodies?
    on September 2, 2020 at 3:46 PM

    How much water should you drink every day? Maybe not eight glasses. One of the most critical medical interventions of the twentieth century is a saline solution.   read more

  • Is There a Magical Rep Range for Hypertrophy?
    on August 31, 2020 at 9:00 AM

    You mustn't get stuck in a dogmatic routine following an arbitrary rep count simply because that's what you've always thought was best. Most people are somewhat familiar with the association between exercise reps ranges and their targeted effect on the body during resistance training. The heaviest load one can lift at a given weight correlates with maximal strength, while anything one can do above 20 times or more clearly signifies muscular endurance.   read more

  • The Two Ways to Fix Your Mobility
    on August 26, 2020 at 12:12 PM

    Instructional guide and videos to help you increase your range of motion (ROM) and attain the stability and strength crucial to mobility. I get it. It hurts when you move, so you try to limit the amount you move so you don't suffer as much. It's a natural reaction. And it's one your brain is counting on. Let's chat about why your mind is banking on you doing that, and what's the sneaky bugger doing?   The first thing you can do to increase your mobility is to look at pain as a warning.   read more

  • Adapt Workout Goals to Chronic Pain and Injury
    on August 25, 2020 at 5:42 PM

    While injury and pain can appear to keep us from our goals, when it comes to movement, there are always options. There's no way around it: chronic pain, whether due to an illness, persistent injury, or an acute incident, sucks.   read more

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