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Aug 9, 2022
Why is Water Important?
1. Responsible for the absorption of nutrients
2. Helps eliminate waste
3. Regulates body temperature – body feels cooled down when hydration levels are normal
4. Protects vital organs
5. Aids the heart in pumping blood throughout the body
Nov 29, 2022
Moderation is key
Moderation will be your saving grace during the holiday season AND every day. There’s nothing wrong with enjoying an indulgent, festive dinner — but you’ll want to make sure that your meals surrounding it are healthy and nutrient-dense.
Nov 29, 2022
The number one killer of adults is heart disease. Heart disease may be caused by many different things including, but not limited to, the environment, an unhealthy lifestyle (ie. smoking), a poor diet, lack of exercise, or genetics. BUT the good news is, we have the power to decrease our chances of getting heart disease! One of the ways, and the topic of this article is CARDIO (short for cardiovascular activity).
Oct 14, 2022
Fall is the perfect time to establish some new healthy habits.
Switching up your fitness routine is key in keeping your body challenged and keeping your mind engaged in exercise. If you’re not already doing so, working with a personal trainer is a smart way to keep your body guessing.
Sep 20, 2022
Each year, the pros at the Fitness Together® brand chose to recognize a trainer who consistently goes above and beyond for clients–and who gets results that stick. This year, the honor goes to Maria Cardozo, who works with clients at the Fitness Together studio in Burlington, Massachusetts.
Aug 12, 2022
The Fitness Together® brand is focused on doing things differently. It offers clients customized programs that meet them where they’re at while pushing them to reach their next level of health and fitness. The brand’s personal approach to training sets it apart by helping clients feel comfortable, and private suites allow a one-on-one experience that creates lasting results.
Aug 8, 2022
Afraid of picking up the heavy weights as a part of your workout? You’re not alone. Many women fear that going heavy in their workouts will create a bulky, masculine look–the opposite of what they want.
If you’re after the “toned” look–long, sinewy muscles, curves, and a healthy amount of body fat–strength training can help get you there. While the term “tone” actually refers to the amount of tension in muscles, it’s more commonly used to describe a lean, healthy look. A toned appearance comes from a combination of two factors: strong muscles and a healthy amount of body fat.
Jul 20, 2022
If you’re after the “toned” look–long, sinewy muscles, curves, and a healthy amount of body fat–strength training can help get you there. Here, we’ll debunk some common myths about women and strength training, and check out a handful of the ways that strength training can benefit your body and mind.
Jun 7, 2022
All too often, the moves we use in the gym don’t mimic the movements we find ourselves using to get through day-to-day life. It’s unlikely that you’re bicep curling your baby, or deadlifting your work bag. To avoid injury, it’s important that you use functional fitness to strengthen the muscles you use in daily life.
May 17, 2022
Some stress is a normal, healthy part of everyday life. Feeling nervous or stressed before a first date, when working toward a deadline, or before speaking in public.
Working out can help to manage stress, and the mood-boosting effects of exercise last long after you finish your last set. Here, we’ll take a look at exactly how working out can benefit your mental health and help to manage your stress.
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