Recently, there seems to be a growing focus on self-care and mental health in society. This is great because self-care balances out the high-intensity workouts that are popular today. High-intensity fitness routines can wear down the body and cause stress. Plus, our lives are already fast-paced and overstimulating as it is. Restorative care is important [...]
Most everyone over the age of twenty is probably familiar with the lyrics Mary Poppins sang as she dutifully tended to the Banks children: “Just a spoonful of fish oil makes the sickness go down!” Well, if Mary Poppins had lived in Iceland, this might have been her twist to the tune. Countries such [...]
We had a great time helping to get things going at the 2018 McKinney St. Patrick's Day Festival. We got things going for the 5K Fun Run, visited with community members, and spread the word about the benefits of 2Perform Fitness.
We had a great time at our first Wine Down Wednesday! A big thank you to everyone who made it out. Who knew learning about the benefits of wine could be so fun?
October 10, 2017, 2Perform Fitness McKinney Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting On October 10, 2017, we were honored to host members of the McKinney Chamber of Commerce for a ribbon-cutting ceremony. We had the opportunity to meet our neighbors from the McKinney business community and introduce them to the concepts of ARX fitness. [...]
Join us on July 8th for the official GRAND OPENING of our McKinney location. If you would like more information on our program, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or submit a message on our Contact Us page.
So you want to work in sports, huh? I played rugby for the last decade and received my Bachelors degree in Kinesiology. Sports and physical fitness was and still is my passion, so that’s what I was going to pursue.
The day before Thanksgiving Day, during the winter of 2014, I got an email asking me if I would like to participate in the Texas Army National Guard best warrior competition. It was the first round of qualifiers and my company's leadership had nominated me.
While reading this article, I want you to remember one thing... Strength is king. Now I didn't say mass or size, but Strength. When dealing with strength, we have to remember that strength is relative to body weight. For example, a 130 pound gymnast that can bench press 225 pounds is relatively stronger than 300 pound American football player who can only bench press his bodyweight.
Whether you’re a recreational athlete, amateur athlete, professional athlete, or military personnel, we all have the same desire – to increase our strength, power, stamina, work capacity, and/or endurance.