In light of Stamina’s 30th anniversary, we’re going to highlight popular equipment we’ve sold or manufactured over the years. Today, we’re starting it off the series with the ThighMaster by Suzanne Somers.
Whether you’ve been charged with buying gifts for spouses, parents, kids, friends or all of the above, it’s always a daunting task. But if you’re considering buying exercise equipment for a loved one, there are many things you have to keep in mind.
While the gift of fitness is one of the most beneficial, healthy gifts one can receive, it has to be under the right circumstances. In fact, receiving home gym equipment or a gym membership can be as offensive as it is beneficial. Check out our tips here.
You’ve been scouting TV and electronic Black Friday sales, but what if you went a different route this year? We’re selling two of our AeroPilates reformer models, but even if you don’t buy AeroPilates, you should still consider an at-home Pilates reformer.
It’s an exciting time for Stamina Products. Two magnetic rowers, two water rowers and two magnetic exercise bikes – an upright and recumbent – will be available to purchase in the near future. In light of our new product releases, we interviewed one of our own.
Weight loss is daunting, and our need for quick results makes it worse. Luckily, shifting you mentality may help you stick to your program.
We’ve covered what not to do before or during workouts, so it’s time some dos. While concentrating on proper form, staying hydrated and listening to your body are all essential, there are a few other tips and tricks to push yourself longer, harder and faster.
If you’re taking the time to work out, you probably want to get the most out of it, right? You could be doing other things, like watching Netflix, but you’ve chosen to improve your mind and body (though Netflix is good for the soul). But first, we’ll cover what not to do.
Between 2010 and 2014, the boutique fitness industry grew more than 400 percent in the US. Chances are if you live in a larger metropolitan area, you’ve seen this boom firsthand. If you’re considering taking the plunge, here are a few things you should consider.
Whether it’s sickness, injury or simply the need to recover mentally, it’s okay to take some time off from working out. But the longer your hiatus, the harder it is to get back into the swing of things not only physically, but mentally.