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How to Improve Your Posture at Home

Sep 19, 2018 Fitness Tips

Proper posture means that when you are standing up, your ankles, knees, hips, shoulders and ears are in one straight line from the floor up. And that same alignment can apply from the hips up while you are sitting as well. Not only is it better for your bone and muscle health to stand up straight, it’s also a major confidence booster. Try these simple steps to improve your posture at home.

Ask the Trainer: "What is RMR and Why Should I Care?"

Christian Agudelo, Earvin Bahena, Spencer O'Neil Sep 18, 2018 Fit Fun

Christian Agudelo, ACSM - CPT The rate your body burns energy can be measured by calculating your RMR or Resting Metabolic Rate. Normal activity that isn’t associated with exercise but still burns calories are measured using your RMR. These numbers are then used to help calculate a healthy calorie goal needed to meet certain criteria such as weight loss or muscle...

Four Wellness Goals You Should be Making This September

Sep 5, 2018 Fitness Tips

Rather than saying “I’m going to lose 10 pounds this month,” why not focus on adding more healthy habits to your daily routine? These four wellness goals are a refreshing way to approach the next 30 days and beyond.

Ask the Trainer: "How many days should I be sore for after a workout?"

Christian Agudelo Aug 28, 2018 Strength

Christian Agudelo, ACSM - CPT Soreness from a workout will vary from person to person. Depending on the type of workout routine they are in and their overall conditioning, soreness can begin within 24-48 hours post workout. Some people experience a delayed onset muscle soreness which is typically after the second day post workout. Soreness is typical when beginning a new...

How to Do an Overhead Press Correctly

Aug 22, 2018 Fitness Tips

An overhead press is any movement where a weight is lifted onto the shoulders — be it a barbell, kettlebell, or small child — and then pressed straight up, in a direct line above the body.

Ask the Trainer: "How can I tell the difference between low back pain and normal low back muscle soreness?"

Christian Agudelo, Earvin Bahena, Spencer O'Neil Aug 21, 2018 Strength

Christian Agudelo, ACSM - CPT Knowing the differences between low back pain and typical muscle soreness is something everyone needs to be aware of, especially when starting a workout routine. Typically the symptoms are obvious for both, however many people seem to lean towards pain because they don’t truly understand the difference. Low back pain is usually long...

Hypertension – Who Knew?

Aug 16, 2018 Fitness Tips

Hypertension is worthy of your attention despite its lack of symptoms. About one in three American adults are affected, and many are unaware. The good news is that every time you work out you're taking a significant step in hypertension prevention and relief.

August Client of the Month

Aug 15, 2018 News

Congratulations Nicole!!!   We asked Nicole a few questions about herself and her experience here at FT and here's what she had to say:  1. What are your hobbies?   When I'm not busy with my 4 year old and 2 year old, I enjoy dancing, reading, and spending time with friends and family. 2. How many days per week do you workout at...

National Relaxation Day

Aug 8, 2018 Fitness Tips

Summer is winding down, vacations are coming to an end and you might be finding yourself ramping back up with work and daily activities. It seems fitting that National Relaxation Day falls on August 15th.

5 Foods That Make You Happy ( . . . and ice cream isn’t one of them)

Aug 1, 2018 Fitness Tips

Junk food manufacturers know that the sugar, salt, and fat found in their treats signal your brain to release the feel-good chemical dopamine. But, as you know, that chocolate-smeared smile is short-lived. In fact, a study published by Public Health Nutrition Journal found that people who eat fast food and commercial baked goods are 51% more likely to develop depression than those who eat very little or none.

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