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Dr. Ken Kinakin

One of the most important things to do when exercising for fat loss is some cardiovascular training on a treadmill, bike, or elliptical machine. You can do interval training or the standard low-...

There’s an industry controversy about which is better—free weights or machines. A safe bet is to ask, “What would Arnold do?” There are some important questions to be answered before you decide...

You wake up sneezing, coughing, achy, feverish, with a “can’t move a muscle” feeling, and you have a heavy leg workout later today. Should you push through and do your normal heavy leg workout,...

In this article, we will discuss how injuries occur when training heavy, the different types of injuries, and different ways to fix them with exercises and treatment techniques to prevent them...

High blood pressure is the number one risk factor for stroke and a major risk factor for heart disease. High blood pressure is when the blood pressure in your arteries is elevated and your heart...

Weight training can be hard on your joints, but if you have the proper nutrients from food to help reduce the inflammation, you can sustain healthy joints for a lifetime. Here are a few things to...

Let’s look at squatting from a structural perspective. Are some people more suited to squatting than others based on bone structure, which can affect hip and knee joint angles? Also, what impact...

One of the most common pain patterns seen in the gym today is painful shoulders when bench pressing. It can be either one shoulder or both, and it seems to come out of nowhere. One day, you’re...

I think CrossFit can be an excellent form of exercise and training. But, with so many people getting into CrossFit, we’ve also seen an increase in injuries, so it has to be done intelligently....

Most gym members think warming up for weight training just means jumping on a treadmill for ve to 10 minutes to get the heart rate up, but top bodybuilders and powerlifters know the warm-up...

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