• Natalie Allport : A successful Canadian athlete

    Natalie Allport : A successful Canadian athlete

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    Natalie Allport : A successful Canadian athlete As a fitness brand, we love to collaborate with inspiring people in the sport field. Whether they are athletes, coaches, entrepreneurs, influencers or sports health professionals, we like to have diversity and added value through our collaborators and ambassadors. So for this article we asked a few questions to an impressive woman, who did collaborate with us...
  • Common mistakes in training

    Common mistakes in training

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    Common mistakes in training Although you strive to work out every day, unfortunately there is a chance that you may not achieve all the benefits you expect. As in many spheres of life, it is better to invest and be present in our actions than to complete them halfway. Indeed, there are some common mistakes we make in our weight training that can have...
  • 5 best reasons to strengthen your muscles

    5 best reasons to strengthen your muscles

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    5 best reasons to strengthen your muscles Strength training is a physical activity that consists of improving muscle strength and overall fitness by working specific muscles or muscle groups. This is achieved through exercises performed with free weights, machines or with your own body weight. The principle is very simple: by subjecting a muscle to a load, it must adapt by becoming stronger. Muscles...
  • Yoga and weight training: How to combine the two?

    Yoga and weight training: How to combine the two?

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    Yoga and weight training are two quite different disciplines, both in terms of the work of the body and the goal sought with physical activity. Some people practice one or the other, but it is possible to do both and the combination offers great benefits!
  • How many reps to do in weight training ?

    How many reps to do in weight training ?

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    Most people who are new to strength training wonder how many reps of each exercise they should be doing. A certain number of repetitions will therefore have the effect of making you gain muscle mass, while another number of repetitions will have the effect of helping you gain strength, but without gaining mass.
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