5 Reasons Why your Athlete Needs to Keep Coming to Back in Motion While They Are In-Season (AKA The Effects of Detraining)By: Chad Anderson 1) Use it or Lose itWhen you don’t use and load your muscles regularly, you’ll lose them in less time than it took to build them in the
Diabetes has become one of the biggest and most common lifestyle diseases amongst people. Having an active lifestyle is essential for those who have diabetes. But with a proper nutrition plan and exercise routine, diabetes can be easily managed. This is where personal trainers can help. At Back In Motion, we
Every one craves to shred some extra fat from their body, but the most confusing decision is to decide whether to go for the cardio exercises or weight lifting.There are numerous studies about weight loss and the relevant theories. Most of these theories propound that cardio exercises are the best to
Athletics is one most physically demanding activities out there. It requires the individual to be agile, fast, and flexible. Such agility and flexibility can be achieved through a variety of exercises, including plyometrics training. Plyometrics is a key exercise regime for improving the body’s strength and agility. In this article, we
Hi my name is Samir Sutaria. Coming to Back In Motion my goal was to get back into working out because I've been out of the game for about three years, and then I was also getting married back in November so I just wanted to get back
Whether you’re a professional athlete or you are just trying to build your body to stay fit, one thing that always seems to come your way is the injury associated with working out. The more you work out, the higher the strain on your body and the severe is the injury.
Guess what? We have a treasure chest of the most Googled fitness questions asked by people. Whether you always wanted to have answers to these questions or never thought about them, this article will provide you with captivating insights. Check it out. Which Exercises Help With Weight Loss? After 50,