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Five Ways to Get Your Cardio Done Outdoors this Spring

Apr 17, 2019 Fitness Tips

Spring is in the air, and that means it’s time to get outside and get your heart-rate up with some classic cardiovascular exercising. We think the following methods of movement in the sunshine will be a breath of fresh air for your fitness routine and will be fun too.

April Client of the Month

Kalie Bella CPT Apr 15, 2019 Fitness

Q: How long have you been an FT client? A: Since January 2019 Q: What is your favorite exercise? A: Resistance/cable machines Q: What is something no one knows about you? A: Silver Surfer fan Q: What is your favorite "cheat meal"? A: Pizza Q: When you are not exercising, what do you like to do with your free time? A: Help family/friends, watch...

Trainer Corner: The Low Down on Cardio

Apr 10, 2019 Fitness Tips

Love it or hate it, cardio, or “cardiovascular exercise,” is an integral part of a training program. But how much should you do? When should you do it? And what should you be doing?

To get the answers to these age-old questions, we spoke to Jeremy Savaet, a lead trainer with Fitness Together Poland, in the Youngstown area of Ohio.

The Top Five Exercises You Can Do To Reduce Your Stress

Apr 3, 2019 Fitness Tips

While some people wear stress as a badge of honor, we know that too much stress can lead to a host of health issues that can negatively affect your life. That’s why, in honor of Stress Awareness Month this April, we wanted to share the best exercises you can do to reduce your stress.

How to Stay Healthy During Your Spring Break Travel

Mar 27, 2019 Fitness Tips

Travel is good for the soul, but oftentimes, it’s not good for the waistline. This spring, if you’re planning to get away, we want you armed with a few tips to stay healthy, happy and feeling good while you’re out seeing the world.

Diet vs. Lifestyle Change

Sara Kuhns, CPT Mar 22, 2019 Fitness

How many times have you or someone you know said they were going to go on a diet? How well did it go and how long did it last for? Chances are if you have tried dieting before in your lifetime it only lasted for a couple days or weeks and was not something you were able to stick to. The Washington Post reported that 45 million Americans go on a diet each year, yet 70% of adults...

Five Simple and Healthy Snacks with Protein

Mar 20, 2019 Fitness Tips

Snacking has a bad reputation, and that’s because so many “snack foods” are full of processed ingredients, sugar, additives and calories — and those store-bought packaged goods aren’t doing your health goals any favors. Here are some tasty and healthy higher-in-protein snack choices.

Trainer Corner: Help Your Body Move Properly

Mar 13, 2019 Fitness Tips

When it comes to learning how to move your body properly during your workouts, it’s all about picturing everyday activities, says Dan Goulet, owner of the top-performing Fitness Together in Medfield, Massachusetts. Goulet says the best way to engage that mind/body connection is to picture your body doing things that you already recognize in the outside world. We spoke to Goulet to get a few of his best external cues you can take back to your own workouts …

March Client of the Month

Kalie Bella CPT Mar 13, 2019 Fitness

Q: How long have you been an FT client? A: 3 months Q: What is your favorite exercise? A: Step Ups Q: What is your least favorite exercise? A: Wall Sit Q: What is your favorite “cheat meal”? A: Pizza! Q: When you aren’t exercising, what do you like to do with your free time? A: Trying new recipes! Q: To what do you attribute your...

Five Healthy One-Pan Dinner Recipes To Try

Mar 6, 2019 Fitness Tips

March is National Nutrition Month, and to kick it off, we’re rounding up some of our favorite one-pan healthy dinners you can make at home with ease. All you need is a sheet-pan, an oven and an appetite for a tasty and inspired meal, which will have you in the kitchen for minimal time.

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