Month: January 2021

Ted McColl talks about fitness, digital age, Thoroughbred Fitness (Includes interview)

“The No. 1 thing that inspired me to get into the fitness industry was my journey with fitness and my struggles,” he said. “I always thought I was pretty fit and athletic. When I entered the real world, post-college, I had a business that I built and sold, and I realized how hard it was to actually work, have a social life, travel for work, and stay fit.”

He is drawn to fitness for a variety of reasons. “Fitness is something I really love, and I know the effect that it has on people and myself,” he said. “I want to help other people not have to deal with the struggles I had to go through.”

On being a personal trainer in the digital age, McColl said, “I think the digital age is absolutely incredible simply because you can reach so many more people and you can have such a

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Andrew Tracey’s Home EMOM Workout

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The second weekend of MH Weekenders — our virtual festival of health, workouts and wellness, taking place every weekend in January — saw another salvo of expert fitness and health content delivered straight to viewers, including cover model workouts, Michelin-starred Chef’s recipes, mental resilience talks and calming yoga flows.

One such highlight was Men’s Health Fitness Editor Andrew Tracey‘s full-body, 15-minute kettlebell workout. As Tracey explains in the video above, you’ll be working through five different exercises across three total rounds, never grinding out more than six reps per side, and following an EMOM (every minute, on the minute) format.

Your mission is simple: pick a medium to heavy weight for the workout — if you don’t have a kettlebell,

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Alexia Clark Had Abdominal Surgery To Repair Twisted Intestine

  • Fitness influencer and former Women’s Health cover star Alexia Clark underwent emergency stomach surgery two weeks ago and is now in the process of regaining her strength.
  • On January 2nd, doctors discovered that her intestines had twisted, requiring emergency surgery.
  • Alexia starts her new fitness routine on Monday, and is working with her doctors and a physical therapist to design circuits that won’t engage her core too much.

    Fitness influencer and former Women’s Health cover star Alexia Clark is starting 2021 with a brand-new fitness journey—but not for the reasons you’d think.

    The “queen of workouts” underwent emergency stomach surgery two weeks ago and is now in the process of regaining her strength.

    Without warning, she came down with an excruciating stomachache after eating dinner on January 2nd. “I thought it was food poisoning, but it progressively got worse,” she tells Women’s Health. As the night went on, the pain

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    5 best folding treadmills of 2021: Bowflex, Echelon and more

    A treadmill doesn’t have to take up a significant amount of space in your home. In fact, highly-rated and well-established fitness brands, such as Bowflex and NordicTrack, have created foldable treadmills. A folding treadmill lifts the running deck off the ground and locks it in place, which might be particularly appealing for anyone living in a small space. Some models sport wheels for easy transportation and offer upright storage while others, such as the Sunny Health & Fitness Asuna folding treadmill, are compact enough to fit under your living room couch.

    SKIP AHEAD Best folding treadmills of 2021

    Transforming a portion of your home into your own socially-distant gym has its appeal. You control who has access to your equipment, for one thing, which can help prevent spread of the coronavirus. Plus, you won’t have to tread to your local gym in your leggings (if they are even

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