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Dana D. Jan 23, 2019 Nutrition

Dana gives you an oversight in just what the keto diet is all about.

FT / Derek M. Dec 19, 2018 Fit Fun

Derek provides some insight into winter activites, and how to prepare for a snowball fight! Featured in the Boston patch.

https://patch.com/massachusetts/boston/unique-boston-activities-burning-holiday-calories-winter

Derek Clark Jan 26, 2018 Strength

Enjoy this article to help improve balance and prevent falls

DC Dec 13, 2017 Cardio

One of the most common misperceptions about exercise is that it is necessary to spend hours busting your butt and sweating buckets to obtain benefits like weight loss, muscle growth and improved overall health and well-being. Instead of working longer, work smarter by using short intervals of extremely high-intensity exercise. This type of exercise is called HIIT or High Intensity Interval Training. Time is one of our most precious resources and we never seem to have enough of it. Some days, it might be easy to skip a workout because you feel that you might not have enough time to make it worthwhile. But you don't need to spend hours in the gym to see results-you simply need to make sure that the time you do spend exercising is as efficient and effective as possible. Here are eight reasons why you can spend less time exercising with

HIIT training and still get great results.

Derek M. Oct 24, 2017 Strength

Derek details how to proprly use a functional trainer, or cable machine.

Derek Maxfield Aug 16, 2017 Fit Fun

Check out some tips and suggestions on how to choose the right trainer for you.

www.fitnesstogether.com Jul 30, 2017 Nutrition

Go ahead - pat yourself on the back. You KILLED it at your workout today. With the help of your trainer, you did more reps and harder cardio than you ever thought would be possible, and you feel great. Well, you actually feel exhausted and famished. In fact, all you can think about as you walk your wobbly legs out to your car is whether or not your arms are too tired to heft a cheeseburger to your mouth. You can't wait to eat, and you deserve a treat after your efforts, right?

The truth is, whether or not you deserve a cheat-snack doesn't matter as much when you consider the impact that your food choices can have on your post-workout body. Working out doesn't give you super power-ability to magically be able to eat whatever you want without consequence. In fact, there are a few definite no-no's for this important time of recovery. So read on, hungry one, we've got what you need to know, and what NOT to eat.

Fitness Together Apr 10, 2017 Nutrition

If you’ve got kids, or know kids, or are in school yourself, chances are you’ve got Spring Break looming ahead.  A week off from regularly structured activities right when Spring Fever is hitting can be a wonderful thing.  Several days to play, sightsee, enjoy the sun (or snow, as the case may be), and just goof around is much-needed.  However, if you’re...

ACE Fitness Feb 14, 2017 Strength

Heart disease is the number one cause of death in the United States. While there are some risk factors for heart disease that we can’t control, such as age, gender and family history, there are a number of things we can do to reduce our risk for heart disease. Regular physical activity is one of the best things you can do to keep your heart healthy. Read on for 10 ways exercise helps to protect your heart.

Sarah F. Oct 20, 2016 Cardio

Exercise, in any form, is extremely good for you. But getting that heart rate up can pay dividends!

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