Losing Strength as You Age
The beauty of strength training is it's never too late to start!
There was even a study where they identified 179 genes related to aging that reverted back to youthful levels of expression from 26 weeks of strength training.
Strength training really is the closest thing to the fountain of youth but you have to put in the effort and it’s not a magic pill so it doesn’t really get the attention it deserves. Fortunately, it’s possible to get great results in only minutes a week!
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1 Minute of High Intensity Exercise vs. 45 Minutes of Moderate Exertion
1 minute of high intensity! This is why the Quantify Fitness method works! Using high-intensity training on ARX rivals other methods in 10 minutes a week.
Is Alcohol Okay on Training Days?
Consuming alcohol following resistance exercise could potentially hamper the desired muscular adaptations by reducing anabolic signaling.
8 Reasons You Should You Lift Weights
According to the research, one of the best things you can do for your health and body composition is strength training.
Isometric Exercise Using ARX
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).
How is 10 Minutes a Week Possible?
With ARX at Quantify Fitness you can achieve maximal results in strength, hypertrophy, and metabolic conditioning in 10 minutes a week.
Focus on Building Muscle
Want to improve your body composition? Put on some muscle and quit spending all your time on the treadmill!
Quantify Fitness in the News!
NewsChannel5 came by our smart gym to find out how a weekly 10 minute workout can really be that effective.
Watch Former NFL Tennessee Titan and Pro-Bowl Receiver Derrick Mason’s Reaction to His 6 Minute Workout
We had a blast showing Derrick Mason around the gym! And even more fun seeing his reaction to the 10 minute workout!
The Benefits of Whole-Body Vibration Training
Whole-body vibration therapy is used by universities, professional sports teams, and medical facilities for a range of benefits.
Pre vs. Post-Exercise Protein Intake – Which is Better?
That conventional advice that consuming protein post-workout to achieve strength and hypertrophy gains may be flawed...
Will Missing a Workout Hurt My Progress?
We occasionally get asked whether missing a workout will hurt a client's progress.
What is Your Body’s Preferred Source of Energy?
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?