EBS Grand Opening

On April 9, BodyKore’s partnered gym EBS Performance & Fitness had its official grand opening to the public! Many people gathered to the event and took a tour of the facility to check out the equipment and meet the trainers. Some NFL players were in attendance at the grand opening, which include co-owner of EBS and Philadelphia Eagles safety Marcus Epps and Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts. Also in attendance were influencers, fitness coaches, and other partners/vendors of EBS.

Our media team covered some of the influencers and fitness coaches who worked out on our equipment. We interviewed 3x Olympian and fitness coach Anthony Woods who got a workout in on BodyKore’s smith machine and isolateral leg press and he expressed his enjoyment on using the equipment. With an on-site physical therapy and 40-yard outdoor field turf, EBS is the perfect place to get your sports training and personal fitness accomplished to the highest potential!

Source: StartUp Health

Nutrition and Fitness

Nutrition plays a vital role in our everyday activities. The food we consume can dictate how we look and feel. Exercising is important, but according to an article written by Darla Leal of Verywell Fit, “Nutrition has the largest impact on our fitness.” Healthy food intake has become the current trend in one’s primary fitness goals. Eating healthy has many benefits that include weight loss, confidence booster, and reduce risk of illness and body fat.

Superfoods, also known as nutrient-dense foods, are lean protein, healthy carbohydrates, and fats essential to our health. Superfoods are a rich source of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants and some contain compounds that increase metabolism to efficiently burn more fat. Incorporating healthy nutrition is vital to achieving a lean and healthy body. Click the link below to read more about the types of foods you should add to your meal plan.

Featured New Product

BodyKore’s FL1811 Adjustable Hack Squat is built to provide a natural squat movement that targets your glutes, quadriceps, and hamstrings. Designed with all users in mind, the oversized footplate allows several different foot positions for safety and workout variety. By combining key ergonomic factors, such as independent movement arms, diverging/converging motion paths, and an adjustable footplate, this plate-loaded hack squat is able to provide a functional unit that is not only built to last but built to meet the workout needs of its users.

The hack squat takes the same concept as the traditional barbell squat but is done on a machine at an angle. This can help to take pressure off the knees and target the quads even better. Traditional squats may require more trunk activation, which can take away the load force on the muscles. Studies show how the hack squat doesn’t have as much trunk activation as the traditional squat and may be better for directly targeting the muscles of the leg. Since there is less focus on the trunk, the emphasis is centered on the quads, hamstrings, calves, and glutes.

Here are more of the benefits that comes from performing hack squats:

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