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The ill effects of Covid-19 linger as governments issue stimulus checks to offset the financial impact of a year in quarantine. That said, tax refunds are also soon to be issued, and this has millions of health-conscious fitness fans thinking big. Jump to: Treadmill: Horizon 7.0 AT Treadmill Bike: MYX Fitness Bike Trainer: NordicTrack Commercial… Read More

Protein Rich Foods to Help Build Muscle

Adding visible muscle tone is a common goal for most individuals who exercise regularly. For some, this means adding muscle without gaining fat or “bulking up,” whereas for others it means gaining lots of visible tone (think of body builders’ physique). Whether your goal is a look that is more subtle or one that will… Read More

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January is a time for making (and breaking) new year’s resolutions, many of which are fitness and weight-loss related. However, there is a better way to ensure you not only set reasonable goals but achieve them in a timely manner as well.   Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, gyms and studios around the country… Read More

The Stryde Bike and MYX Fitness Bike offer a great choice for indoor studio bike fans seeking a machine in the $1,500 range or lower. Although comparably sized, the two big differences customers will note is the type of resistance employed, and the workout programming. Both bikes have a 21.5-inch HD touchscreen and are constructed… Read More

Peloton vs. Stryde Bike

Peloton Vs. Stryde Bike

  The Peloton and the Stryde Bike both bring studio fitness to your home with live classes and solid construction. Built with a 21.5-inch HD touchscreen and a 22-inch tablet respectively, both bikes are of equal size. The biggest difference users will note is in the programming options by way of the apps. And while… Read More

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Ready to kick off the new year with improved health and wellness? Getting sufficient exercise is a key component. According to a YouGov poll, 30% of Americans make New Year’s resolutions, and half of those involve exercise. While intentions are good, studies show that around 80% of New Year’s resolutions fail. If you’re committed to… Read More

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The holidays are a time for sharing family recipes, memories and sweet treats. However, with those traditions usually comes additional weight gain and general lack of exercise. Coupled this with the fact that most of North America is still under varying levels of restrictions due to the coronavirus, and it’s no wonder it’s so hard… Read More

Woman with trainer on treadmill

Body pain can be a frustrating side effect of certain medications, overuse of muscles, aging, or a host of other factors. However, many people who suffer from body pain also want to continue getting regular exercise and may be wondering how to do that without further aggravating their bodies. Understanding the causes and treatments for… Read More

Meal Prepping 101   Whether to lose a few pounds for your health, or in preparation for a bodybuilding contest, the concept of meal prepping represents a solid opportunity for anyone with a goal. Meal prepping constitutes planning out and preparing the meals you’ll eat in advance, whether for the day, or perhaps even the… Read More

myx fitness bike echelon ex3 exercise bike

Both the MYX Fitness Bike and the Echelon Connect EX3 hit the market with one thing in mind; delivering a Peloton-like experience with a lower price of entry is the name of the game. Priced within roughly $100 of each other ($1,199 for MYX, and $1,039 for Echelon, not including delivery), the bikes take two… Read More