Making it Easy to Get Back in the Saddle

Making it Easy to Get Back in the Saddle

Posted Jul 26, 2013 by Gym Source in Fitness Facts and Tips.

Indoor cycling on exercise bikes is great for cardio training and lower body toning, but correctly adjusting the saddle is critical for comfort. And according to the American Council on Exercise, prop

IS3 Intelligent Suspension from Cybex

IS3 Intelligent Suspension from Cybex

Posted Jul 26, 2013 by Gym Source in Treadmills.

A longtime leader in fitness technology, Cybex shows the industry yet again how bucking the status quo results in better fitness. Instead of following the trend toward softer, more pliable decks for t

The Cybex 525T Treadmill

The Cybex 525T Treadmill

Posted Jul 25, 2013 by Gym Source in Featured Fitness Products.

The newest addition to the Cybex 525 Cardio Series is the Cybex 525T treadmill—and it’s a winner. Designed expressly for corporate gyms, residential fitness centers and hotels, the Cybex 525T trea

Trainer Spotlight: Joe D’Angelo

Trainer Spotlight: Joe D’Angelo

Posted Jul 24, 2013 by Gym Source in Trainer Spotlight.

As a personal trainer since 1997, and owner of NJ Personal Training, Joe D’Angelo is thrilled to offer his greater Bergen County clientele effective ways to stay fit. “I appreciate the struggle my

Trainer Spotlight: Jessica Regnante

Trainer Spotlight: Jessica Regnante

Posted Jul 19, 2013 by Gym Source in Trainer Spotlight.

We continue our Trainer Appreciation Month with Fitness Expert and TV talk show host Jessica Regnante. Long known as one of New England’s top personal trainers, her trademark method is a fusion of r

What Makes a Well-Constructed Home Gym?

What Makes a Well-Constructed Home Gym?

Posted Jul 18, 2013 by Gym Source in Home Gyms.

When it comes to home gyms, is bigger necessarily better? In a word, no. The key elements to look for are sound engineering and quality components. Here’s what to look for: First, check out the stur

3 New Rules for Better Endurance Cycling

3 New Rules for Better Endurance Cycling

Posted Jul 18, 2013 by Gym Source in Outdoor/Adventure.

For years, cyclists have been urged to replace every ounce of water lost during exercise. They’ve also been warned to avoid caffeine, and to drink beverages with added protein for better cycling per

The Trend Toward Lateral Movement

The Trend Toward Lateral Movement

Posted Jul 16, 2013 by Gym Source in Fitness Industry News.

Until now, most exercise programs have ignored lateral or side-to-side movement, if for no other reason than the technology has been lacking in the training room. A strong lateral motion training prog

Trainer Spotlight: Ari Weller

Trainer Spotlight:  Ari Weller

Posted Jul 12, 2013 by Gym Source in Trainer Spotlight.

Ari Weller, owner of PhilosoFit in East Hampton, NY, is one of Long Island’s most highly sought-after private fitness trainers. Having started as a personal trainer in 1996 at Equinox in New York Ci

Vitamin C Helps with Exercise-induced Asthma

Vitamin C Helps with Exercise-induced Asthma

Posted Jul 12, 2013 by Gym Source in FIT Fact.

Research shows that about 10 percent of the general population suffers from asthma or bronchoconstriction induced by exercise. Now, according to a new study published by University of…

Why Posture is Important

Why Posture is Important

Posted Jul 10, 2013 by Gym Source in Elliptical Trainers.

Elliptical machines have become celebrated exercise machines for building muscle, losing weight and cardio training. But to get the best out of an elliptical trainer, correct posture is essential. Put

Why Choose an Orthopedic Belt?

Why Choose an Orthopedic Belt?

Posted Jul 9, 2013 by Gym Source in Treadmills.

Treadmills can offer a lower-impact alternative to outdoor running, providing that the cushioning system is properly built. Better treadmills’ belts and decks are designed to help your joints absorb