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Fix Your Weakest Link: Biking

June 26th, 2015

Fix Your Weakest Link: Biking

It’s hard to perform perfectly on every part of your triathlon, since each sport requires different muscles and natural abilities. Nonetheless, if you’re where you want to be with running and swim

3 Tips for Better Running in the Heat

June 26th, 2015

3 Tips for Better Running in the Heat

Now that summer is here, sizzling temperatures are an added challenge to your outdoor running workout. So, how does heat affect your run? More than you might think.

Is Incline Training Bad for Your Knees?

June 26th, 2015

Is Incline Training Bad for Your Knees?

Many fitness enthusiasts visit Gym Source with questions about incline training. Intrigued by research they’ve done on the internet (or by the results they’ve seen friends achieve), they ask us fo

Kettle Rope? Battle Bell? Why this Cardio Mash-Up Makes Sense.

June 26th, 2015

Kettle Rope? Battle Bell? Why this Cardio Mash-Up Makes Sense.

Looking to mix up your strength-building and cardio-training routine this summer? Consider a combo of kettlebells and battle ropes. Together, these fitness must-haves make for a power-packed regimen t

Jan Summiting

June 12th, 2015

Jan’s Excellent Icelandic Adventure, Part 2

Last month, we introduced you to Gym Source’s own Jan Schole (manager of our showroom in Westport, CT), who is training to compete in the Laugavegur Ultra Marathon in Iceland on July 18, 2015.  Pre

It’s All About That Shake

May 28th, 2015

It’s All About That Shake

Lately, personal trainers and fitness pros are integrating isometric traction into their routines. But what is isometric traction—and how can it help you? In a word: shake. Isometric traction is wha

The Skinny on Summer Indoor Cycling

May 28th, 2015

The Skinny on Summer Indoor Cycling

Summer is the perfect time for burning calories on your bike as you take in the great outdoors. But on days when rain and heat make cycling uncomfortable (or even dangerous), get your bike fix inside

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May 22nd, 2015

Jan’s Excellent Icelandic Adventure, Part I

What do you call a 55-kilometer multi-terrain road race through sand, gravel, grass, snow, ice, rivers and streams—one that runs straight up a mountain for the first 6 miles—in Iceland?

Incredible Consoles: Our Top 3 Picks

April 30th, 2015

Incredible Consoles: Our Top 3 Picks

In the past 5 years, cardio training technology has made incredible strides. But nowhere have improvements been more pronounced than in the area of touchscreen consoles.

How TRUE Comes Through for YOU

April 30th, 2015

How TRUE Comes Through for YOU

How do you pick your friends? Could be your shared interests, your history together—and the confidence to know that they’ve got your back. Without question, those same bonds make the relationship

EPOC Training: Keep Those Calories Burning

April 21st, 2015

EPOC Training: Keep Those Calories Burning

Ever touch the stove just after it’s turned off? We hope not—you’d find, of course, that the burners are still scorching. The heat generated by the stove produces latent heat, even after the sto

The Medical Roots of Today’s Fitness Technology

March 25th, 2015

The Medical Roots of Today’s Fitness Technology

 For years, gimmicks and hype have dominated fitness innovation.  While others have been chasing fads, Cybex has remained the industry’s most research-driven manufacturer. Dedicated to the dat

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