Check out the Kindle book we published—a simple but insightful 20 minute read about high intensity exercise! It's not the calories burned DURING exercise. It's the calories burned AS A RESULT OF exercise.
VO2max decreases by around 10% per decade if you’re not exercising. VO2max is important for longevity and all-cause mortality.
The beauty of strength training is it's never too late to start! Strength training really is the closest thing to the fountain of youth.
When it comes to strength training, it turns out heavier weights are better for older adults—provided it can be done safely.
It turns out that resistance exercise is actually the best activity to perform for heart health and global metabolic conditioning.
It’s important for an aging population to understand that resistance exercise provokes an increase in bone density.
This is Amie. 47-years old. One of our trainers. When she started at Quantify Fitness in 2018, she was already in great shape.
In a 12-week RCT at Western Colorado University, the group that did ARX for 15 minutes per workout improved their VO2max by 15.2% on average.
We had the pleasure of chatting with Carole on News4's Today in Nashville about fitness tips for 55 and up.
Resistance training is the only technology thus far that has shown documented reversal of aging at the molecular level in humans.
Seed oils are high in unstable fatty acids that break down into toxins when you cook with them and when you eat them.
The University of Western Colorado recently did a 12-week randomized control trial comparing ARX to traditional resistance exercise.
Quantify Fitness is setting the standard for fitness to eliminate germs and ensure clients can exercise in a clean environment.
The more decisions you have to make every day, the more tired and less productive your brain gets—also known as decision fatigue.
For exercise to be effective, you need a sufficient stimulus to the body, and then you need to give the body a sufficient recovery time to allow growth.
We occasionally get asked about neurofeedback research studies specific to NeurOptimal neurofeedback so we've compiled this list.
We're excited and honored to have the opportunity to publish a Kindle version of Dr. Philip Alexander's book on high intensity exercise!
88% of Americans have markers of insulin resistance, the root cause of the so-called metabolic diseases.
The closest thing to a magic pill or fountain of youth is high-intensity resistance training. Everyone should be doing it!
Walk slow between sprints, and once the tiger starts chasing you, sprint for life for 20-seconds!
The 100 Burpees Workout. Take as much time as you need to do all 100 burpees!
For each exercise, do as many reps as you can in 60-seconds, take a 10-second rest, then move on to the next exercise.
When we first opened in 2016, smartgyms were unheard of. People were skeptical (rightfully so) that these brief and intense workouts could be so effective.
By 2030, 50% of adults will be obese. Obesity is linked to rising rates of dozens of chronic illnesses, including diabetes, heart disease and cancer.
Most of what you've been told about exercise and nutrition has been wrong. It's not about burning more calories and starving yourself.
No other meal or fasting program has been clinically tested for results or patented for anti-aging like the ProLon Fasting Mimicking Diet.
If you're on statins, talk to your doctor about improving the quality of your cholesterol vs. only focusing on lowering it.
We've created a simple keto calculator and keto resources page for people looking for help with their keto health journey.
The superstar results country music diva Pam Tillis has made happen through hard work and effective exercise are nothing short of remarkable.
This excerpt from the book, Thinking Fast and Slow, is a good illustration of how your energy being drained can result in poor or sloppy decision making.
If you've ever wondered what the research says about how to run faster, recent studies confirm that runners who do strength training turn in faster times.
Watch the inventor of the NeurOptimal neurofeedback system, Val Brown, discusses why NeurOptimal is so much different than classical neurofeedback.
With CAR.O.L, a couple high intensity sprints have been shown to deplete as much muscle sugar (glycogen) as 1-2 hours of endurance exercise.
What is your body's preferred source of energy is? The 1,600 calories of stored sugar or the 96,000 calories of stored fat?
We occasionally get asked whether missing a workout will hurt a client's progress.
That conventional advice that consuming protein post-workout to achieve strength and hypertrophy gains may be flawed...
Whole-body vibration therapy is used by universities, professional sports teams, and medical facilities for a range of benefits.
Introducing The Joovv Room! Red light therapy free for all Quantify Fitness clients.
We had a blast showing Derrick Mason around the gym! And even more fun seeing his reaction to the 10 minute workout!
We drink Athletic Greens almost every day for nutritional insurance. This is actually a green drink even our kids love!
NewsChannel5 came by our smart gym to find out how a weekly 10 minute workout can really be that effective.
Want to improve your body composition? Put on some muscle and quit spending all your time on the treadmill!
Sunlighten Sauna Is the only infrared technology backed by clinical data shown to reduce blood pressure, increase core temperature and aid in weight loss.
With ARX at Quantify Fitness you can achieve maximal results in strength, hypertrophy, and metabolic conditioning in 10 minutes a week.
The beauty of ARX is we can do only concentric loads (the positive portion of the range of motion) or isometric (static exercise/no movement).
Fat vs Sugar. The Guardian did a great piece on the history of the sugar vs. saturated fat debate. Here's a summary if you're pressed for time.
According to the research, one of the best things you can do for your health and body composition is strength training.
Consuming alcohol following resistance exercise could potentially hamper the desired muscular adaptations by reducing anabolic signaling.