Come Sign-Up for the Fitness Together Spring/Summer hiking club! Hiking season begins on 4/26/15 and ends 7/1/15. Every other Sunday we'll take on a local hike. As the season progresses, the hikes will become more difficult!
Don't miss the opportunity to explore the central Wasatch with Trainer James!
Please contact us with any questions!
Buy two months of personal training; get the third month 50% off!
(available May 1st – 17th)
Make Sure to Do 30 minutes of moderate to vigorous intensity Cardiovascular exercise, each day.
Also, Cut the Salt!
Our food supply is tainted. Salt is a major contributor to high blood pressure—the silent killer. 9/10 Americans eat too much salt for good health—you should know that 80 percent of the sodium in our food comes from processed...
Alleviate back pain, and improve mobility
Decrease recovery time from strenuous workouts
Increase circulation of blood and lymphatic fluid
Reduce spasms and cramping
Relieve migraine pain
Reduce post-surgery adhesions and inflammation
Increase joint and muscle flexibility
Lessen depression and anxiety
Promote tissue regeneration
Enhance immune system function
The American Heart Association recommends that adults get 150 minutes or more of moderate-intensity physical activity or 75 minutes of vigorous activity each week. Even short 10 minute activity sessions can be added up over the week to reach this goal. If you would benefit from lowering your blood pressure or cholesterol, aim for 40 minute sessions of moderate to vigorous activity...
Spring into Health
Open House and Educational Anti-Aging Seminar
Come experience Fitness Together’s Spring Open House! Sample products and services offered by local businesses! Stick around for the last half hour of the event, and learn about anti-aging strategies.
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Sally has been working out with Fitness Together since May of 2011. She began training 3 times per week, and has increased her strength and muscular endurance. Thanks to excellent attendance and consistent hard work, she has regained much of the fitness lost, while ill with an intestinal ailment.
Sally maintains an active lifestyle. She enjoys outdoor activities...
March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month.
Studies have shown that people who eat excessive amounts of red and processed meats are at increased risk for colorectal cancer as well as premature mortality.
Studies have also shown that people who eat less red meat may live longer than people who routinely consume burgers, steaks and processed...