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The benefits and misconceptions of strength training

The benefits of strength training are numerous and provide an overall improvement to functional movements in everyday life. From a medical health standpoint, strength training decreases mortality rate, reduces the risk of injuries, and reduces the risk of developing osteoporosis (condition where bones become fragile and brittle) and sarcopenia (the degenerative loss of skeletal muscle mass). From a physical health standpoint, strength training can increase lean body mass, slightly raise metabolic rate, improve movement control, and even cognitive abilities.

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What is mobility & why should you care?

Mobility is an important component of your physical fitness but it’s not always clear what it actually means. Good mobility helps maximize strength, keeps you safe during your workouts and helps support your health in the long run.

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3 Common Exercise Injuries & How to Avoid Them

So, you have a new workout routine and you’re really into it. You’re feeling stronger by the day, and are definitely pushing your limits! But then, you get injured.

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Your Guide to Pre- and Post- Workout Fuel

You may have heard the saying “abs are made in the kitchen,” at some point in your fitness journey. The old saying hits an important point: how you fuel your body impacts fitness performance. We want you to feel strong and crush your fitness challenges out at Camp. We also want you to have a healthy relationship with food as it can be an effective tool if meals are planned out correctly.

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The Scale Doesn't Weigh Your Success

It’s 5 am, you sleepily roll out of bed and hop on the scale to see the same number pop up from the last few weigh-ins. Frustrated, you carry on with your day contemplating throwing out your scale because it’s a liar, right? Surely showing up consistently to Camp and nailing nutrition, the number should change. Maybe it’s because muscle weighs more than fat and that’s why the number hasn’t changed?

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Learn to Measure Your Heart Rate for Optimal Performance

In this day and age, most of us walk around with fitness watches, like a FitBit or an Apple watch. These awesome gadgets track our heart rate (HR) and are great tools to track your intensity during a workout. When we workout our HR spikes into different HR zones. Each of these zones are beneficial in different ways and can be lined up perfectly with the CG 4 week cycle.

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6 Ways to Stay Motivated With Your Fitness Routine

Setting new health goals feels amazing...at first. Then, after a few days or weeks, the excitement wears off and that motivation starts to fade. So, how do we turn changes into lasting habits? Experts say successful health changes have a lot to do with preparation and having a solid support system; we’ve collected some of the best practical tips to help you achieve your goals:

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The Dangers of Sitting

The stats say it all - one in four Americans sit for more than 8 hours a day. While most people understand this can't be good, most don't understand all the impact this can have. Sitting that long can cause digestive issues or decreased lung capacity as a side effect. Mason Murphy, a Trainer with CG, has broken down exactly what the dangers of sitting are, and how to avoid them!

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Staying Healthy During COVID-19

We’ve all heard many different opinions about COVID-19 and what you should or should not be doing to stay safe. The experts agree: physical activity improves how you feel each and every day. Exercise also improves your sleep patterns and reduces anxiety - all the more reason to stay active right now!

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