You hear it a lot… "be careful not to over train". I have been hearing it since the day I started lifting. What does it really mean to over train your body? I used to fear what this terrible over training thing could be. I would constantly look for the signs of over training, and concern myself whether or not I could be falling victim to this muscle slayer. So what is the truth?
There are a couple things that you need to pretty much guarantee that your risk of over training is minimal...
If you are fueling your body with proper nutrients, it will become very difficult to push your body to unsafe or un-recoverable distances. Food plays a vital role in making sure that you have enough glycogen to push through y...Read more
Posted on 02/04/2016 at 02:21:00 PM
Join the 2016 Axiom Success Challenge!
This year we want to be your RESOLUTION SOLUTION! So, to help you get motivated, we’re hosting the Axiom Success Challenge! What is it? It’s an 8-week weight loss challenge that will help spark your motivation and give you accountability to achieve your fitness goals!
Still not sold? When you sign up for the Axiom Success Challenge, you’ll receive a FREE MyZone heart rate monitor! You can register for different categories based on your personal fitness goals! There will be a male and female winner for each category, and they’ll get $250 each! PLUS – there will be one male and one female Grand Prize winner who will win 10 personal training sessions, a 1-year Axiom memb...Read more
Posted on 12/29/2015 at 01:11:00 PM
When I look back on my fitness past, I see a lot of trial and error. I learned a lot of things the hard way and sometimes that is hard for me to accept. I didn't have the guidance I wished I would have had and, truthfully, I was probably just to full of pride to seek the advice that I really needed to be successful. Part of my mission now is to help pass on some of the things that I have learned to hopefully have a positive impact on those who are seeking advice. My hope is that you can learn earlier than I did what I wish now that I did know.
1. It Takes A Lot of Food To Gain Muscle
I spent way too much time in my younger years pounding the iron with little to no attention to my nutrition. I would hit the weights 7 days a week for 2 ho...Read more
Posted on 11/02/2015 at 08:29:00 AM
A recent study shows that Americans nationwide have cut calories, especially in the added sugars and sodas category. Great – right? Not really. Unfortunately, the obesity rate in America has also gone up… meaning that we’re not pairing better eating habits with more physical activity.
One of our favorite things to say around here is “you can’t out-exercise a bad diet”. But, the saying goes both ways. If you want to lose weight, you need to improve your nutrition AND increase your physical activity. We’d also like to point out that eating less doesn’t always mean you’re eating better.It’s important to feed your body with foods that are nutrient-rich to keep your metabolism ...Read more
Posted on 08/24/2015 at 08:24:00 AM
AXSANA, the newest program from Axiom, gives members the opportunity to experience a new level of Yoga classes not previously available from Axiom. Located at the Village at Meridian, AXSANA provides a comprehensive series of Yoga offerings that go far and above the classic programs you may have experienced previously with Axiom. Bringing in advanced teachers of all types of Yoga styles and methods, AXSANA classes and workshops will build your body, help calm your mind and help you live more fully, all for a fraction of the cost from a traditional Yoga studio with similar offerings.AXSANA allows individuals to incorporate high-energy programming into your routine for a lean and toned physique and invigorate your body with a detoxifying...Read more
Posted on 07/10/2015 at 08:52:00 AM
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The Benefits of Swimming: A Full Body WorkoutWant your next workout to really make a splash? Take it to the Axiom pool! If you’re feeling extra sore or just want to mix up your routine, swimming is a fantastic way to get a full-body workout without being too hard on your joints.1. Swimming is a full body workout. There are four different swimming strokes: freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, and the butterfly. Each of these strokes engages a different muscle group. While you’re not actually lifting any weights, the water acts as your resistance and works on all your major muscle groups. Even at a beginner’s pace swimming ups your heart rate, resulting in a full-body workout even if you swim for only 30 minutes.2. Swim...Read more
Posted on 05/15/2015 at 01:08:00 PM
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Regardless of your workout routine, relaxation is a vital component of recovery. While many people view massage simply as an indulgence, there are many real-world health benefits to massage, especially for athletes and individuals who spend time in the gym. For those of you who sit at a desk for hours a day, there are even more benefits. Massage is great to help relieve the postural stress that can accumulate when sitting for extended periods of time, especially when this is an everyday occurrence.For those hitting the gym 3+ times per week, it is amazing the difference a massage session can make. Working massage sessions into your normal routine can help reduce recovery time, relieve tension and stiffness after a hard workout and help y...Read more
Posted on 03/27/2015 at 12:53:00 PM
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