Training Frequency: Jenna trained 3x a week for 12 weeks until she got to her goal. With Fitness Together’s help she is learning to do it on her own.
Cardio Frequency: Jenna loves to run and is a cardio queen. She does cardio 4-6x a week! Go Jenna!
Nutrition: Jenna eats pretty regularly now. She eats at least 4x a day and makes sure she gets...
Nancy does three one-on-one sessions per week and hardly ever misses a session. Her dedication to fitness over the years is one of the top in the studio.
Nancy does 10-15 minutes of fast-paced cardio after each session. She also walks in her neighborhood 3 to 4 times per week.
Join Fitness Together Belmont in a 6 week plank challenge to raise money for the National Breast Cancer Foundation!
September 29th - November 7th
During the six week challenge your workouts will be adjusted in-studio to add more plank and core work. Clients who sign up will also be given a home workout to complete two times a week on their...
As every aspect of our lives becomes more automated, it’s no surprise that the variety and options of fitness gadgets on the market are growing at an exponential rate. Whether you’re interested in tracking heart rate, calories, miles, steps or blood pressure, there’s a fitness gadget out there to meet your needs. If you’re in the market to digitally...
What’s the big deal about gluten?
by Dr Janet Brill
Are you curious about the gluten-free movement that has captured the nation? An amazing thirty percent of the American public has or is trying to cut back on gluten intake, so obviously this is a popular nutrition topic. If you are considering going gluten-free, here are a few facts that can help you decide...
Twice a week
15 minutes twice a week before my workout. Twice a week on my own for about 1-2 hours bike or run.
I eat less carbs, more veggies + salad + protein. More grazing all day instead of set meals
Rhonda has lost 14lbs and 3.2% body fat! She has...
Yes, you can overdo it with intervals. Here's how to introduce those necessary easy efforts.
First we are told to avoid fat, now we are told to eat fat—just make sure it’s the “good” kind. Eggs are full of cholesterol and cause heart disease, but no, wait, eggs are healthy and don’t cause heart disease…Oh boy, nutrition advice can definitely be confusing! This situation is most likely due the endless contradictory nutrition messages...