Fit Chat (from the podcast): Equity, diversity, and inclusion consultant collaborator, Halimah Beaulieu. This week on the WaveTalks podcast, we talk organizational diversity, racial justice, inclusion, and touch on how those factors affect the fitness industry. Here’s the recap… Halimah… Read More »Fit Chat: Equity Diversity Inclusion
Happy Easter if you celebrate, otherwise Happy Long Weekend to you, Fitness Humans! We recently talked about ‘spot reduction’ in one of our podcasts (link at the bottom to listen now!), so while we pretty much debunked that idea, we talked… Read More »Arm and Shoulder Workout with a Twist!
Hey Fitness Humans, Do you still feel a little groggy from Daylight Savings? Are you eager to emerge from your winter hibernation and embrace warmer Springtime fitness habits? You’re not alone! This week, we’re talking about the many ways the changing… Read More »Circadian Rhythm and Seasonal Ebbs and Flows
This week we’re sharing 3 hamstring exercises you can do from home. Why? Because strong hamstrings get us through the day! A big complaint we often hear from clients is that their hamstrings are chronically tight. Foam rolling and stretching can… Read More »Strengthen Your Hamstrings from Home!
Back it up, back it in, let me begin, I came to win… Battle me? It’s a sin. Jess is absolutely the Everlast of 3Wave. This is appropriate. Today we’re looking at 3 great exercises to build your back with… Read More »3 Back Exercises to do with little to no Equipment
This is a great little video about how to do some calisthenics-based work to strengthen those shoulders so that when Covid is finally over you can walk into the gym and overhead press the front desk to show them… Read More »How to get stronger overhead pressing without overhead pressing
We’ve got 3 exercises for your lower body to help address the pain of sitting! Between this video and last week’s video on Upper Crossed Syndrome fixes, and you spending $8000 on a standing desk, we will have the… Read More »Pain from sitting? It may be Lower Crossed Syndrome. Let’s fix that.