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  1. How to Find A Workout You Love

    In our last blog, we went over why it is important to love your workout. Now that you know WHY you should love your workout, you are probably wondering HOW to find one you love. Of course, because there is such a cornucopia of choices out there for you, you might be struggling to decide where to start. Here are some tips for finding the right workout for you to fall in love with. Try Something Ne…Read More

  2. The Good and Bad of Social Media and Your Exercise Habits

    Social media is an important part of our lives in the 21st century. Nearly every activity we do has become tied to it in some way, including exercise. For example, many of us use socially-networked apps to log workouts at the fitness center, regularly post our fitness tracker stats to Facebook, or take pictures of ourselves after a sweaty workout for the benefit of Instagram. Socially media can be…Read More

  3. What is Intuitive Training and How Can it Improve My Results?

    Imagine this scenario: you’re stiff and sore from yesterday’s lower-body work during your fitness gym session, you think you might have tweaked something in your lower back, and you didn’t sleep well. Despite these warning signs, you agree to your friend’s invitation to check out a new killer boot camp class after work. Does this sound like someone who’s listening to their body? Of cours…Read More

  4. Are You Making These 4 Common Post-Workout Mistakes?

    Getting to the fitness center is the first step. Then you need to make it through the workout. That’s all you need to do to see results, right? Well, not exactly. What you do immediately after your workouts can also impact how quickly you recover, and the fitness results you see. Avoid these four common post-workout mistakes, and you’ll be sure to get the most out of your fitness gym sessions.…Read More

  5. A New Fitness Trend for 2017: Crawling & Movement

    Every year we see something new in the fitness world, or at least something old that’s been re-stylized and given a new name. One of those things is the “crawling” trend. Could crawling replace the plank? The current take on crawling for exercise is credited to Tim Anderson’s 2011 book Becoming Bulletproof and his fitness company, Original Strength. Anderson and others suggest that the fir…Read More

  6. #Restdays: What’s Your Rest and Recovery Day Routine?

    One of the fitness trends for 2017 might surprise you: more rest. ACSM survey statistics show trainers are placing a greater emphasis on balancing intense training with recovery, massage, and stretching, while analysts are tracking an increasing use of the hashtag “restday” on social media. After hopping on HIIT workout trend, many people are realizing their bodies need a little more R&R b…Read More

  7. Before You Go: 5 Moves to Get Straight Before You Start a Fitness Program

    It's the beginning of the year. For many of us, this means a renewal of those long-neglected promises to make fitness a priority. Even if you used to be a regular at the gym, it's easy to forget the important things that can make or break your success (and your safety). Follow these 5 moves --whether again, or for the first time -- before you go for your goals. #1: Get (a) Physical. This doesn't m…Read More

  8. 4 Common Behaviors That Could Be Sabotaging Your Workouts

    You don’t have a problem working out. In fact, you live for that 5 a.m. wake-up call! You’re consistent and you work hard. But, regardless of all the things you’re doing right, you’re still not seeing results a few months into your new routine at the fitness center. Is this you? Even the most dedicated of us can experience discouragement when we’re trying hard but not seeing our effort p…Read More

  9. 7 Surprising Ways a Pre- or Post-Workout Cup of Joe Can Boost Your Fitness

    Few of us care to live without coffee, yet it supposedly has negative health effects: dehydration, caffeine dependence, interference with sleep, and high blood pressure, to name a few. At the same time, others tout the health benefits of coffee, such as its antioxidants. Which should we believe? As it turns out, they’re both right. In moderation, coffee has many health benefits. You might be sur…Read More

  10. Three Keys for Taking the “Work” out of Cardio Workouts

    Unless you’re one of those rare people who enjoys running, cardio isn’t included in the list of our favorite things. In fact, it would probably top the list in a poll on which type of conditioning people dread the most. Why does cardio seem like so much more work than, say, weightlifting? One of the likely answers is that cardio can get monotonous, especially if you’re using a stationary mac…Read More

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