REBEL BLOG | The REBEL Workout | Denver, CO 80209
REBEL BLOG | The REBEL Workout | Denver, CO 80209
The REBEL Workout's Blog featuring training tips for functional training and HIIT, as well as tips for staying healthy and maintaining a consistent workout regime!
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10:00 AM

10 Things To Know Before Your First REBEL Workout Class

1. You will SWEAT. Hard. And fast. We get down n’ dirty. 2. You will be pushed harder than you thought possible. We will (safely) push you to the very edge of your comfort zone, and slowly bring you back to reality, just to prove that you can do it. Read More

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10:00 AM

Superfood Alert!: The Wonderful Watermelon

A Brief History of the Watermelon and why it's considered a superfood! The first recorded watermelon harvest, depicted in Egyptian hieroglyphics, occurred approximately 5,000 years ago in Egypt; however, watermelon is thought to have originated in the Kalahari Desert of Africa. Watermelon's botanical name, citrullus vulgaris, comes from the diminutive form of citrus, referring to the color and shape of the fruit, and vulgaris meaning common or ordinary fruit. Read More

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11:00 AM

The Importance of Hydrating Pre / During / Post Workout

Did you know that lean muscle tissue contains more than 75 percent water? That means that when you’re dehydrated, your muscles are more easily fatigued … meaning you will tire more easily, you will cramp quicker, and your recovery will take longer. Read More

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