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  • How To Boost Your Motivation To Work Out

    By Geoff Robison | In Fitness | on November 22, 2017

    Get Moving: How To Boost Your Motivation To Work Out   With a personal training membership in hand and a clear plan, the rest of your workout should be a breeze, right? Not so fast. Both seasoned gym-goers and fitness newbies sometimes struggle with motivation. Despite the time, know-how, and equipment needed to get a […]

  • Speak Up: 4 Questions to Ask Your Personal Trainer

    By Geoff Robison | In Fitness | on November 8, 2017

    4 Questions to Ask Your Personal Trainer   Getting into the gym is good start. Hiring a qualified personal trainer is even better. If you’ve made these moves, you might be asking yourself: what next? The answer is simple. To get the most out of your personal training experience, you must communicate with your trainer. […]

  • Hell on Heels: The High Heel Survival Guide

    By Geoff Robison | In Fitness | on October 4, 2017

    Hell on High Heels: The Survival Guide For either the workplace or weekends, high heels have become a staple of many a shoe arsenal. Fashionable and capable of adding the perfect touch to any outfit, heels can be a bold and powerful statement. But what about the hidden health risks of heels? Do heels hold […]

  • Here are four truths about how often you should strength train   When most people think of a gym, one thing comes to mind: weights. free-weights, resistance machines, and various other strength workouts are all certainly part of a healthy fitness regimen. But what about cardio? Is it dangerous to push already sore muscles? How […]

  • Raise your hand if you have ever looked at yourself and said something along the lines of “man, wouldn’t it be nice if I could just get rid of *this*” while simultaneously pinching, poking or prodding at said body part.  If you haven’t, I commend you! But for the rest of us, maybe we’ve done […]

  • What If I Don’t Sweat During a Workout   Maybe you’re at exercising at home or maybe you’re in the gym working with an expert trainer. Suddenly, it hits you: you aren’t sweating. Panic ensues. Most people assume that any good workout ends in a pool of sweat. While it is true that sweating has […]

  • Pound for Pound: The Battle of Muscle vs. Fat

    By Geoff Robison | In Fitness | on August 31, 2017

    If you’ve spent any time in gym or maybe just within feet of a rack of dumbbells, you’ve probably heard it. The classic adage peddled by amateur experts: muscle weighs more than fat. Individuals new to working out panic about the possibilities of “bulking up” rather than cutting the fat. This is only made worse […]

  • When is The Best Time to Workout?

    By Geoff Robison | In Fitness | on August 9, 2017

    With our daily hustle and bustle, when is the best time to work out? Many experts believe that morning exercise has benefits that outweigh sweat sessions in the evening, while some feel that the opposite is true. Some professionals think working out in the middle of the day could be better when you’re the most […]

  • Scoliosis Relief Through Personal Training

    By Amanda Wolfe | In Fitness | on June 30, 2017

    Scoliosis is a condition that causes the spine to curve to the side. However, there’s no need to stop exercising because of a diagnosis of scoliosis. For mild to moderate scoliosis, exercise is highly recommended as a treatment. While, people with scoliosis can train, they must be a little more careful. If pain is limiting […]

  • Importance of Dynamic Stretching

    By Amanda Wolfe | In Fitness | on June 20, 2017

    In the gym, you will be told how important it is to stretch during your warm-up. Stretching is important to get your temperature rising. There are two types of stretching – static and dynamic. Static stretching requires you to hold a stretch for 10 seconds or more, while remaining motionless. Dynamic stretching means you move […]