Skateboard and surfing enthusiast Hunter Joslin designed the first Indo board proto-type in 1975 so he could further develop his skills on dry land. 23 years later he brought it to the commercial market. Indo means indoor- But what's somewhat surprising is this board has a massive fanbase outside of the intended audience. Back on … Continue reading Indo Board - Balance Training Gem
Tabata workouts can and probably should be incorporated into a bodybuilding training plan, especially for the core. It's not so much a workout in itself but a style of training. Prefer to listen? High intensity interval training is not new to the fitness and bodybuilding world, and neither is it to this site. That's exactly … Continue reading Tabata Workouts Are No Joke
The Bowflex 840 Kettlebell is an incredibly versatile piece of equipment. You can Swing into action with this one adjustable bell, which offers 6 different weights at once in one portable package. Save room in your gym and choose the weight that you need with just the twist of a single dial, allowing you to … Continue reading Is The Bowflex 840 Kettlebell The Ultimate Bell?
Swimming is tough. Unless you are really good at it. The water is kind to your body. A swimming session burns a heck of a lot of calories. The butterfly is closely followed by the breaststroke in terms of being the biggest calorie crunchers. Swimming has many benefits and these are exponentially raised when you … Continue reading Is Swimming Good For Long Lasting Weight Loss?
So what exactly would you use swimming weights for? Aquatic resistance training. These are great for all kinds of aquatic fitness and can make you excel at water sports like water football, water volleyball and even underwater hockey. Pool weights are great for building your strength up and are used in aquatic classes and underwater … Continue reading Aquatic Resistance Training With Swimming Weights