“If you seek average results, pursue those that advise you to use your Common Sense. If you seek extraordinary results, run like hell away from those that advise you to use your Common Sense.” -Fred A Robinson If you haven’t read last week’s blog, you may want to go back to gain a […]
“What gets measured gets managed.” What you can learn from this week’s blog: Personal FRED FLOPS! Who does this stuff? Benefits from Resistance and Endurance training. The differences between Anabolic and Catabolic states. *Note This blog will be continued into next week with some fun and functional workouts for you to try! Fred’s Personal Flops: […]
Here are some great gift ideas for the active person on your list As a matter of fact, these come personally recommended from Fred Robinson, founder of Body Helix, himself. He uses these and loves them. These products are so great, you may even want to grab one for yourself (wink, wink!)
I’m often asked what I do for training off the court. I wanted to share the following with you in hopes that you’ll consider working these into your weekly regime for fully optimized fitness.
Training equals getting beat up and extreme training means getting pounded all the time! I have always been a believer in taking care of myself. Even with this said, though, I have still experience with a wide array of injuries and strains as I am sure you can relate. Below are a few of the […]
Recently, we had the pleasure of sitting down with one of Charlotte’s premier Crossfit coaches and nutrition experts, Jessica Pinkerton. Pinkerton has a bachelor’s degree in exercise science and biology and a master’s degree in health promotion and health education. She is Precision Nutrition Certified and works one-on-one with athletes and nutrition clients. She is […]
If you’ve ever hit the gym really hard, you’ve probably suffered through this particularly nasty workout hangover. Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness, or DOMS if you want to impress your meathead friends, is the muscular pain, stiffness, and soreness you feel 24-48 hours after you worked them, and can last up to ten days. Eccentric muscular […]
If we do the same motion over and over again, two things happen: 1. Imbalances develop from overuse. 2. The musculoskeletal system adapts, and your strength, flexibility, and endurance plateau. Thankfully, there’s a pretty easy solution — switch things up! Now, this could be something as simple as trying something new. Instead of biking, go […]