It’s recommended that you consume 0.14–0.23 grams of protein per pound of body weight (0.3–0.5 grams/kg) very soon after a workout ( 1 ). Studies have shown that…

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The Pendlay row should be done with your palms facing down, not up. As a result, your biceps are not used nearly as much. … However, Pendlay rows…

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The biceps and triceps make up a large majority of your arm musculature. The biceps are located on the front of the upper arm and provide arm flexion,…

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The yoga industry is worth over $84 billion worldwide. That’s nearly $90 per month. They practice regularly, with a majority (44%) going 2-3 times a week, preferably in…

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Your triceps is an extensor. When you contract your triceps your arm straightens and the angle between the forearm and the upper arm increases. … This means that…

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What are 3 exercises for the chest? Try these three great chest exercises for beginners. Dumbbell Bench Press. After selecting a set of weights that you can comfortably…

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Muscle soreness is a side effect of the stress put on muscles when you exercise. It is commonly called Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness, or DOMS, and it is…

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Because of their circuit format and minimal equipment, the P90X workout DVDs are mainly geared toward improving muscular endurance, muscle tone, and cardiovascular fitness. The circuits target one…

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“The best way to build pull-up power is by doing wide-grip lat pull-downs, both heavy-weight sets and high-rep sets,” says Lerwill. “Eccentric pull-ups – where you ‘jump’ to…

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(Read nutritionist Chris Mohr on natural peanut butter.) Peanuts contain the muscle-building amino acid arginine and the anti-inflammatory antioxidant resveratrol, which aid muscle recovery and reduce muscle and…

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