Oooooh, I have another great treadmill workout for you guys! I did a Tabata workout, which is interval training of 20 seconds of maximum intensity exercise, followed by 10 seconds of rest, repeated 8 times for a total of four…

Ready for another exercise science lesson? Oh, I bet you are! Remember my post about the SAID Principle? If not, it stands for specific adaptation to imposed demands, and it essentially means that the body will specifically adapt to the…

Another crazy exercise science blog post title! I know you love ”˜em! I’ve been meaning to write another SCIENCE post (aka interesting things I’m learning from NASM), so when I received an exercise question from a reader this morning, I…

It was a two-cup-of-coffee with Bailey’s morning for a good reason: I was plowing through my To Do list. The caffeine kept me buzzing right along. I also ended up skipping Pilates in order to capitalize on my productivity, but…

Even before I ran the New York City Marathon, I was bored with my workouts. I’m not someone who stays in an exercise funk for long, so I switched things up: I tried TRX, looked into CrossFit, and bought a…

What a blog post title. Altered reciprocal inhibition. It’s actually a pretty cool concept. I’ll explain in a minute! Workout Mid-morning, I headed to the gym for a workout. I started with a 3.5-mile run on the treadmill. I used…

Holy crap. I am so sore this morning. I mean, everything is sore. I can’t remember the last time a Body Pump class kicked my butt like that. It sounds like the principle of specificity to me! Ready for some…

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