1. A man bends over to recover from muscle fatigue during a workout. Photo by Kyle Johnson on Unsplash

    Understanding the Different Causes of Muscle Fatigue

    Muscle fatigue is a common sensation to experience after a hard workout or resistance training session, but when it persists, this may indicate a sign of an underlying condition or issue with your training regimen. Whether you’re a hardcore athlete or just starting off on your fitness journey, it…Read More

  2. A woman holds a plank position on a yoga mat. Photo by Form on Unsplash.

    Stay Fit During Self-Quarantine With At-Home Workouts

    In response to the COVID-19 outbreak in the United States, stay-at-home orders have been issued by governmental officials almost as swiftly as many “nonessential” businesses, like gyms, have been forced to close up shop indefinitely. The closure of fitness and health facilities has left many ind…Read More

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    Prevent COVID-19 With HIT

    The COVID-19 coronavirus is making populations around the world fear for their health and wellbeing, but there’s no need to panic. There are plenty of steps you can take to improve your immune system response and to prevent the spread of further infections. It’s as simple as keeping your body in…Read More

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    How Epigenetics Is Connected to Nutrition

    Epigenetics and nutrition are two commonly studied areas of health and wellness, but most people don’t consider the ways in which they overlap with one another. In this article, we’ll take a brief look at each of these subjects before exploring how they actually have more in common than you migh…Read More

  5. Simple Ways to Boost Energy

    While skiers or snowboarders may be at the top of their game right now, for many of us the winter months may correlate with drops in energy levels. If you’ve been feeling sluggish or worn down lately, it might be time to try these simple adjustments. Just a couple of minor tweaks can make a major …Read More

  6. A woman in athletic attire sits on the floor of a workout studio, taking a rest and a water break.

    How To Find A Workout Routine With A Busy Schedule

    A busy schedule can leave you drained. From a shift at work to running errands to preparing dinner for the family, it’s a rare occurrence when you feel like you have enough time to get in a workout. But with the New Year now in full swing, it’s the perfect time for a revitalization of energy and…Read More

  7. What To Know Before Trying The Paleo Diet

    There are many people who are wanting to find the best ‘build muscle, lose fat’ diet. In one of our recent blog posts, we took a look at the ketogenic, or keto, diet. To refresh your memory, this is a low-carb, high-fat diet that has helped many people with weight loss, energy boosts, cognitive …Read More

  8. Can You Avoid The Cold and Flu With HIT Fitness

    We hate to be the bearers of bad news, but someone has to do it: cold and flu season is fast approaching. Ah yes, the time of year full of coughing, sneezing, and sniffling. Nobody enjoys getting sick, and depending on the severity of your symptoms, catching a cold or the nasty influenza virus will …Read More

  9. Things You Should Know Before Trying The Keto Diet

    When it comes to diets that are aimed at losing weight, there are a variety of fads and crazes to choose from. However, no weight loss plan is hotter — and perhaps more controversial — than the keto diet.  WHAT IS THE KETOGENIC DIET? The ketogenic, or keto, diet, is a very low-carb, high-fat di…Read More