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Focusing on Men’s Health: TS in the News

At TS Fitness, our motto is Together Stronger and we love to offer our expertise to the greater fitness community. Since June is Men’s Health Month, we are sharing two great articles that recently featured Noam.  In Men’s Health, Noam discusses Metabolic Resistance Training and he covers ways to improve posture in Men’s Journal.

Men’s Journal

The Workout That Builds Muscle and Blasts Fat at the Same Time

If you’re someone who isn’t content to make just one New Year’s resolution—maybe you have two or 12—this workout is for you. It will help you get stronger and bigger—while simultaneously helping you torch fat and calories.

How? It’s all thanks to concepts called metabolic resistance training and “Peripheral Heart Action Training,” which basically means the workout is structured so that the small muscles around you heart start to work before the peripheral ones in your limbs and core. (Traditional circuit training, on the other hand, aims to get that blood pumping to one area at a time.) “It’s an exercise method that will help to build muscle while at the same time burning calories during the workout,” says trainer Noam Tamir, CSCS, founder of TS Fitness in New York City, who created this routine.

Read more in Men’s Journal about Metabolic Resistance Training and Noam’s recommended workout.

Men’s Health

12 Great Exercises That Fix Your Crappy Posture

Sitting at desks all day was already and then we became attached to our smartphones, too. Now experts say we have to worry about “text neck,” a plethora of problems that result from being hunched over your phone all day. “Your neck is forward, your shoulders are slouching, there’s more rounding of the upper back, and you’re closing up your body,” says Noam Tamir, C.S.C.S., owner and founder of TS Fitness, a strength and conditioning studio in New York City.

Read more in Men’s Health to learn about Noam’s suggestions to avoid issues with your posture.




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