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The Lunge

Posted On Jul 9, 2013 By Chad Martin

examples of lunges
The history of the lunge can be dated back to the eighteenth century, during the fencing era, or even further back to martial arts training in Asia. Many martial arts forms incorporate the lunge in their movements, especially power moves.... Read More

What to Look for When Supplement Shopping

Posted On Jul 3, 2013 By Erin Kuh, MBA, RD

Vitamins and Nutritional Supplements
There's no magic pill or supplement that will substitute for healthy eating and exercise. There are a few supplements that are worth taking and many more that you should avoid. Here's the lowdown on what supplements to consider taking (only... Read More

Top 3 Reasons to Not Go 100%

Posted On Jul 3, 2013 By Tim Arndt, Resistance Training Specialist

female joggers
Often you hear people talking about going 100% on every single workout in order to get results. It is true that you will need to put a good amount of effort into your workouts to get results, but sometimes it's... Read More

The Importance of Sleep

Posted On Jul 3, 2013 By Tim Arndt, Resistance Training Specialist

Tired Woman Waking up to the Morning Alarm
Lack of sleep is probably one of the most overlooked aspects of health and wellness that I come across. It's one of the first things folks sacrifice in order to focus on work or other activities. Athletes, in many cases,... Read More

Sorry, Zipcars. There's a New Set of Wheels in Town.

Posted On Jul 3, 2013 By Bowflex Insider Team

Row of Bikes as Part of Barclays Cycle Hire Program
The concept of bike sharing has long been embraced throughout European metropolitan cities. Take London, for instance. Since its launch in 2010, Barclays Cycle Hire program has proven to be a huge success, with more than 21 million cycle hires as... Read More