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Monthly Archives: November 2016

Exercises That’ll Help You Get More Done in Less Time

Doing compound exercises can take your workout from good to great. What exactly does that mean? Well, compound movements are ones that put multiple muscle groups and two or more joints to work, explains Noam Tamir, C.S.C.S., founder of TS Fitness. They can help you gain lean muscle mass and burn more calories, all while saving you time at the ... Read More »

The Best Way to Spend 40 Minutes at the Gym

As the saying goes, an hour-long workout is roughly four percent of your day, so use it wisely. However, once you factor in your commute to and from the gym, a post-sweat rinse, and maybe even a quick blow-dry, that training session can end up taking a much bigger chunk out of your morning or evening. The good news? A ... Read More »

How to Stop Eating Your Emotions

If we were all able to eat when we’re hungry and stop when we’re sufficiently full, we’d be the right weight for our individual bodies. Our bodies are equipped with innate sensors telling us when we need to eat and when we are satiated. So what gets in the way of eating when we’re hungry and stopping when we’re full? ... Read More »

Fall Back into Fitness Day 2: Steady-State Cardio

Our second day of the Fall Back into Fitness is focused on steady-state cardio, performed at a moderate intensity. Your goal is to keep your heart rate at endurance training level, at around 60–70% of your max heart rate — an effort of 5–6 on a 1–10 scale, with 3 being easy-breezy and a 9 being all-out effort that’s not ... Read More »