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Fitness Tips

Pushup Variations: Is there really that big of a difference?

Michael wanted to quantify the differences between pushup variations, so he turned his workout space into a lab. Here's what he learned:

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Does Lifting Weights Count As "Cardio"?

Most of us associate doing "cardio" with promoting heart health and lowering blood pressure. But what about lifting weights? Does it do the same thing?

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Can You Add Muscle at Home?

The short answer is maybe. Before we talk about how, we need a little background info. Let's start with muscle fatigue.

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Progressive Overload at Home

Progressive Overload is the most important principle in strength training. In short, it means that in order to get bigger and/or stronger, you’ve got to make your muscles work harder over time.

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Afraid of Losing Strength?

For those of us training at home with very limited equipment, loss of strength is a very real concern. And the reality is, without the ability to lift at least 80% of our 1RM, we will lose strength. However, there are things we can do to minimize loss. 

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Absolute vs Relative Strength

"Strong" can mean different things to different people. In the world of sports, we measure strength is two ways: absolute and relative strength.

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