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Laurie Norris Mar 26, 2020 Nutrition

With farm markets closed, and fresh produce getting picked over at grocery stores, it can be difficult to find fresh fruit and vegetables right now. But is buying fresh really necessary? In some cases, buying frozen fruits and veggies is actually better. First of all, fresh produce doesn’t keep long. Since we are trying to limit our trips to the stores, going several...

Erin Mellinger Mar 14, 2020 Fitness

Tensions and emotions are high with the coronavirus. Avoiding large crowds and the spread of germs is wise. However, that doesn't mean you should stop exercising. 

Mar 11, 2020 Fitness Tips

Besides exercise and diet, what are the other important factors to consider when it comes to overall health and wellness?

Mar 4, 2020 Fitness Tips

Many people have very busy lives, but there is always time to fit at the very least a 20-30 minute workout into your busy life. We have many clients who work 70-80 hours a week and still manage to come in 3-4 times a week, simply, because they schedule it.

Cailin Livingstone Mar 4, 2020 Fitness

It's our March Client Shoutout!! A very big congrats to our client Amy! She's been training with us for just over 2 months now and making some waves of progress! She's dropped close to 20 pounds, has better portion control with her nutrition, and has even noticed big changes in her energy and flexibility.  We did a little Q&A with her below! Q: Favorite...

Laurie Norris Mar 2, 2020 Nutrition

Many of us eat out on a regular basis, at least once or twice a week. When we are eating healthy, it can often be a challenge to find a meal on the menu that won’t throw us off track. And most meals contain huge portions that can be triple normal serving sizes. Make Good Choices Before you go to the restaurant, look up the menu. Choosing a few healthy options beforehand...

Connor Gray, CPT Feb 20, 2020 Fitness

  In our modern society, poor posture is very present among many people. Poor posture can be prominent because of a variety of different factors, which can include being sedentary and starting at a computer all day at work, constantly looking at our phones, carrying heavier objects on one side of your body, but it’s easy to correct these muscular imbalances....

Erin Mellinger Feb 19, 2020 Nutrition

These days, many of us dine out all the time. It's faster, easier, and it tastes much better. But challenge yourself to eliminate that for one week, and I think you'll love the way you feel. 

Feb 19, 2020 Fitness Tips

How many times have you set your fitness goals to start living a healthier lifestyle, to just see it all fall through quickly and without a fight? Don’t worry, you’re not alone! This happens to most people and more often than you think. Everyone needs a little accountability to accomplish their fitness goals. That’s where a personal trainer comes in; they’ll help you stay on track to meet and exceed your fitness goals. 

Feb 12, 2020 Fitness Tips

When you’re involved in an exercise program, it’s easy to laser-point focus on the cardio, strength-training and stretching activities. You watch, hawk-like, the effects your efforts have on your waistline, scale numbers, and muscle definition. In doing so, you can sometimes gloss over exercise’s crucial cousins, pre- and post-workout nutrition.

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