When people use the term “lean” body, what are they commonly referring to?

When people use the term “lean” body, they commonly refer to the superficial look of a thin individual. However, some…

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Pain & Exercise: Rehabilitating Muscular Imbalances

Do not make the mistake of over-emphasizing the diagnosis and correction of minute muscular imbalances (MMI) for lifting efficiency or…

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Squat Technique: Setting Correct Joint Angles

Here’s a video of my trainee Neha squatting 110 lbs (50 kgs) x 5 Repetition Maximum with optimum technique. Neha didn’t…

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Lifting heavy weights isn’t only about displaying one’s strength. It is the reflection of one’s physiological adaptation.

Lifting heavy weights isn’t only about displaying one’s strength. It is the reflection of one’s physiological adaptation. What is this…

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Women’s Health & Fitness: The Overweight Confusion

There are “overweight” women out there who have the same body fat percentage as that of normal weight or underweight…

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Children’s Health: Effects of Fitness Events/Activities on Physical Growth and Development – Part I

Time and again I have spoken about stopping “excessive” aerobic (cardiovascular) exertion because it will never benefit you from a health stand-point.…

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Women’s Health: Osteoporosis and the Optimal Resistance Training Method to Strengthen the Bones

There is always a pattern to our physiological functions. Nothing is random. Non-stop functions occur throughout our body during the…

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Exercise Recovery Capacity

An aging individual’s response to anabolic stimuli i.e exercise, protein, insulin etc is different from younger individuals. A similar response…

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