May 4, 2017

Which is better – Running on a Treadmill or Outside?

The answer to this question is not tilted in just one direction. It is dependent on a number of factors, so let’s look at the pros and cons of each for a variety of issues. Once you’ve done that, you can decide how you will focus most of your running energy. Energy Gained Outdoors. Many people feel that running outdoors leaves them feeling more energetic. This may be as much about psychology as physiology. Outdoors […]
April 27, 2017

Yoga For Strength and Muscle

The worlds of bodybuilding and strength training are extremely macho. Testosterone courses through the sweaty air of the gym as the ear crushing, industrial noise of metal on metal resounds all around. Guys (and girls) speak of great meat feasts and amazing feats as they go about sculpting their physiques into works of art, and weapons. So, this leaves no place for yoga, right? Wrong! There is a misconception that yoga is a pastime for […]
April 20, 2017

An Interview with IFBB Fitness Body Model and Personal Trainer Kristi Tauti

If you look at the various places listing information about Kristi, your first thought will almost certainly be that she is driven, and always has been. Though born and raised in a small town in Oregon (Dayton), she learned various musical instruments, participated in lots of sports, and in general took advantage of just about every opportunity available. She went to a two-year college first and then transferred to BYU-Hawaii where she met and married […]
March 2, 2017

Training Philosophies of the Greats

  One of the greatest things about the sport of bodybuilding is that it is a personal and unique journey for each individual. Some use the gym as a time to get deep into their thoughts while other use it as a way to shut things off. Certain bodybuilders approach the gym with an intensity bordering on rage; you won’t see them joking around with other gym goers as they push their bodies and their […]