Training Frequency: Lori comes into the studio three days a week for a one on one personal training session. She does boxing sessions, strength sessions, and cardio sessions.
Cardio Frequency: On her own, she does cardio for one hour per day and often times Lori comes in before her session to do cardio!
Nutrition: Each day Lori works hard to eat within the guidelines that...
Talk with your personal trainer during your next one on one personal training session or nutrition together about different ways to manage stress! Hopefully by eating right and exercising, you will lower stress levels and live a happier, healthier life! Fitness Together Belmont is always looking for ways to create a better wellness!
Need help getting motivated for the gym? Do you get to the gym and forget all the exercises you were going to do? This article has a couple of great workouts to take with you when you go!
Client of the Month: Melissa Mintz
Training Frequency: Melissa does three, one-on-one sessions in the studio per week!
Cardio Frequency: She does cardio three to four times per week; after her sessions and on her own! She also golfs at least once per week and walks eighteen holes!
Nutrition: Melissa is doing a low carb, high fat...
Do your kids have ants in their pants when they see sunshine during the summer? I'm sure they are even more antsy when it is raining! Stress no more! Here are a few kid friendly games to play inside with the kids!
Fruits are a very important part of any diet, especially berries! Pick up some berries at your local produce market this summer and enjoy with friends and family! Tell your personal trainer the next time you see them about the berries you've added to your diet!
Need help getting motivated at the gym? The trainers at Fitness Together in Belmont are always looking to make fitness fun, while kicking your butt! This popsicle stick workout is a great way to incorporate children into your workout, or give you ideas for what to do at the gym!
Ophthalmologists look into your body in a way no other doctor can, giving them surprising insights into what's going on.
What your doc is seeing: Fluid buildup under your retina, the light-sensitive layer of tissue at the back of the eye.
What it could mean: You've got too much on your plate. Doctors aren't exactly sure what causes this accumulation,...
You might feel strong and energized after your indoor-cycling class or treadmill run, but if you only completed a 30- or 45-minute workout, there's no rush to eat, since relatively speaking, the fuel you burned is low. The more intensely you move, the more energy you use, and as a result, it becomes more important to refuel. When you're training for a race and logging a lot of miles, do your best to eat 200 to 300 calories within 30 minutes of your workout. If you're into kicking your butt with HIIT, intense sprints at the track, or kickboxing, nutritionists agree: you need to refuel and recover with a combination of protein and carbs.
Do you want to join your fellow gym mates or a family member in their next 5K! Now you can! The following article will help get you from the couch, to the track. On your own time, at your own pace. Fitness Together in Belmont cannot wait for you to join in our next 5K!