Rob Sulaver

Rob Sulaver


Rob Sulaver is Founding Trainer of Rumble Boxing in New York City and has been named one of the top fitness experts in America by The Huffington Post, BuzzFeed, and ABC. He has also, blushingly, been named one of the hottest trainers in America by Shape Magazine. His fitness and nutrition site, BandanaTraining.com, combines Rob’s professional expertise with his irreverent sense of humor, placing Rob in the national conversation on health and fitness. This has led to an affiliation with Nike, an ABC television show, a seat on Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Advisory Board, and regular contributions and features in national publications. 
Rob is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (National Strength and Conditioning Association), a Certified Sports Nutritionist (International Society of Sports Nutrition), and a Certified Personal Trainer (American Council on Exercise). 

Articles approved by Rob Sulaver

Make Your Workout More Intense 11K

13 Ways to Make Lifting Weights More Effective

It's official: You're never going to be bored in the weight room again.
Man Stretching Before a Run 7K

17 Science-Backed Ways to Totally Crush Cardio Workouts

Treadmill not (necessarily) required.
How Do I Know If I Got a Good Workout?

How to Know If You Actually Got a Good Workout

These six science-backed signs mean you're putting in the right kind of effort.
The Truth About Spot Toning

Spot Toning Is Possible (But Here’s How It Really Works)

You can't just 'lose your love handles' without dropping pounds all over... right?
Man Lifting Weights
Playground and Park Workout Moves 18K

The Full-Body Playground Workout

Turn any park into a (free!) gym with these creative moves that challenge every major muscle.
Should You Work Out or Click Snooze?

Which Is More Important: Sleep or Exercise?

Discover when it's actually better to hit snooze (again), or get in an early a.m. sweat session.
30-Minute Home Bodyweight Workout Feature 449K
23 Ways to Get More Out of Your Workout Routine 37K
The Heart-Pumping Bodyweight Workout You Can Do in a Commercial Break 15K

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