We wanted to create a database of fitness information that is unparalleled to anything else on the Web
San Jose, CA (Vocus) November 30, 2010
HyperStrike has expanded its library of health and fitness articles to more than 1,000. The online fitness leader provides a personal workout planner, specialized meal plans and dozens of other free fitness tools. Now it adds a complete catalog of health and fitness articles to its offering.
“We wanted to create a database of fitness information that is unparalleled to anything else on the Web,” said HyperStrike president Mike Greeves. “Whether you are looking for basic tips on building lean muscle or information about undergoing a complete body transformation, our library contains dozens of health and fitness articles on any topic imaginable.”
Like many of the fitness tools available on the site, all of the health and fitness articles are free for anyone to access. The massive library of information is broken down into 16 fitness areas:
- Body Transformation
- Exercise Routines
- Fat Loss
- Getting Started
- Injury Prevention
- Muscle Building
- Strength Training
- Training & Exercise
- Weight Loss
For example, the “body transformation” section contains 44 articles covering everything people need to know about achieving fat loss and transforming their bodies: from which workouts to focus on to which foods to eat.
Additionally, site visitors can find the exact information they are looking for via a health and fitness articles search engine on the HyperStrike website.
“I think visitors of all fitness levels will find this library to be a valuable addition to the HyperStrike offering,” Greeves added. “While we still have personalized workouts, our individual workout planner and customized meal plans for HyperStrike members, we feel that this library of health and fitness articles will help open our site to a larger segment of the online fitness community.”
To access the complete library of health and fitness articles, visit http://www.hyperstrike.com/fitness-articles.
In addition to providing articles and other free online health and fitness resources, HyperStrike offers membership level access. Members have access to the more personalized fitness tools, including more than 600 animated exercise videos. A member-level subscription to the site also includes access to the HyperStrike online fitness community.
Learn more about becoming a HyperStrike member at: https://www.hyperstrike.com/go/consumer.
Michael Greeves, CEO & founder of HyperStrike, wanted to develop an affordable fitness program for individuals as well as athletes that could be easily customized to their personal abilities and goals, and be delivered to anyone, anywhere, at anytime.
HyperStrike is the fulfillment of his vision. The Company is revolutionizing the fitness training industry by using exclusive technology to develop and deliver fitness programs tailored to the needs of individuals and athletes. Versatile, portable and affordable, HyperStrike's exclusive, customized fitness programs make it the superior choice among online training sites.