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Exercise to Manage Your Type 2 Diabetes

Lynn Ortiz, Certified Personal Trainer Nov 17, 2015 News

Diabetes is one of the leading causes of death and disability. If not controlled diabetes may cause blindness, nerve damage, kidney disease and numerous other health problems. Current statistics show that nearly 30 million people in the US have diabetes, which is almost 10% of the population.  There are another 86 million at a high risk for developing diabetes. The...

The Fitness Myth: No Pain, No Gain

Lynn Ortiz, Certified Personal Trainer Nov 17, 2015 Strength

We have all heard the fitness myth, “no pain, no gain.”  It is a popular phrase and a common fitness cliché.  While often intended as motivation, it is truly a myth.  Many people believe that if their muscles don’t hurt, they are not having an effective workout.   Or that if you are in pain and don’t push through you may see...

Breast Cancer: Understanding the Power of Exercise

Lynn Ortiz, Certified Personal Trainer Nov 14, 2015 News

Research shows that exercise is one of the most important lifestyle changes you can make to reduce your risk of developing breast cancer as well as decreasing the risk of recurrence.

Fitness: Investing In the Future Of Our Youth

Lynn Ortiz, Certified Personal Trainer Nov 2, 2015 News

The positive impact of physical activity and formal exercise has received increased attention. At the same time, we have seen young people become more and more inactive largely due to the prevalence of today’s technology. The health benefits of increasing physical activity for our children can be numerous. Being more active develops neuromuscular awareness (coordination),...

Managing Depression and Anxiety Without a Pill

Lynn Ortiz, Certified Personal Trainer Oct 17, 2015 News

Many of us find it hard enough to motivate ourselves to exercise at the best of times. When we feel depressed, anxious, stressed or have other mental or emotional problems, exercise is likely one of the last things on our mind. Exercise and physical activity can be good for your body in many ways. Research has shown that it is also great for your mind. A regular exercise...

7 Benefits of Hiring a Personal Trainer

Last Updated: Oct 21, 2013 | By Shelley Frost Sep 24, 2015 News

The image of a personal trainer yelling and pushing his clients until near collapse may scare some people away from hiring a trainer, but the benefits of using a personal trainer should be considered carefully. While some in the field provide "tough love" motivation, personal trainers typically work with clients in a non-threatening way, helping them to achieve specific...

Affirmation of Practice: Fitness Together Tysons

Jeanne Scheele, Physical Therapist Sep 1, 2015 News

Affirmation for Practice – Fitness Together Tysons   When looking for guidance regarding an exercise program, the average person of any age, is faced with an abundance of choices. The choice depends on time, finances, location, facility equipment, and most of all, the knowledge base of the people offering instruction. Anyone can go to the local gym and work out...

The Myths and Realities Of Back Pain

Lynn Ortiz, Certified Personal Trainer Aug 14, 2015 News

At some point in their lives, back pain may affect eight out of 10 people.   The amount of health care costs for those who experience back pain is well over $96 million dollars per year.   There are many myths associated with how to cope with this very prevalent situation.  Here are just some of the myths that you may hear about back pain:   •...

Functional Fitness: Training for Real Life

Lynn Ortiz, Certified Personal Trainer Aug 14, 2015 News

In the Fitness industry there always seems to be a new trend or “buzz” word.
 You may have heard of functional fitness or functional training. While the term has gained popularity over the last few years, the concept has been around for decades. The goal of a functional fitness program is to strengthen parts of your body that will help you perform activities throughout...

Osteoarthritis? Get Moving

Lynn Ortiz, Certified Personal Trainer Aug 10, 2015 News

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that the prevalence of arthritis in US adults will dramatically rise in the coming years. There are over 100 types of arthritis, the most common one being osteoarthritis (OA), also known as degenerative joint disease (DJD). It occurs when the cartilage covering the end of the bones gradually wears away. Without...

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