What Should I Eat

Our clients often ask us, “What should I eat?” In fact, this question is so common, we want to take a few minutes to answer it. Read more

Working Out and Training - What's the Difference

For many people, working out is something they have to do and not necessarily something they want to do. It’s often a task people feel is important, so they spend hours each week mindlessly “working out” on the treadmill watching the news or comedy show reruns. Read more

How to Boost Your Energy Level

Energy drain hits everyone at one time or another. You know the day we’re talking about – the one where you go, go, go without stopping. Or, perhaps it’s the day following a sleepless night.

When you lack energy, you may not feel like going to the movies, let alone working out. If you are having a hard time revving up for a workout, or even just your normal day, you might have low-grade energy drain. Read more

Exercise Tips to Increase Mobility

In this article, we’re going to discuss seven exercise tips for improving mobility, but there is often some confusion as to the definition of mobility, and people often think mobility is the same as flexibility. Read more

How to Get Back on Track After Slipping UpHow to Get Back on Track After Slipping Up

So, you fell off the fitness wagon. You slipped up. Perhaps you went a whole week without working out because of work stress, you decided to eat ice cream every day, or it was the holidays, and now you don’t know what to do.

For many people, it’s hard to get back on track, especially if you feel guilty for jumping off the fitness train in the first place. Read more

The Importance of Doing Nothing

Are you constantly busy? Between work, kids, family, working out, more work, too little sleep and much too much electronic media, do you ever take time to be still?

In this article, we look at the importance of doing nothing. While it’s good to get things done and checked off your list, your brain is suffering from overload. Are you so effective that you don’t give yourself time to be still? Read more

Exercise for Your Heart

Did you know that nearly 2,300 Americans die each day from cardiovascular disease? That’s one death every 38 seconds. You may even know someone affected by heart disease and stroke.

But, we can change that.

Since we’re in the middle of American Heart Month, it’s time to focus on your heart and doing the right things to keep it healthy.

In this article, we look at exercise for your heart and how you can prevent heart disease. Read more

How to Set SMART Fitness Goals

Whether you want to lose 20 pounds or lift 200, goal setting can help you achieve your desired result.

The best way to be successful and meet your fitness goal is to have a strategy. A tried and true way to set goals is the S.M.A.R.T. way. Read more

How to Make a Plan to Stay on Track

Did you know that more than 21% of the resolutions made this year were about losing weight and healthier eating? Even more interesting is that more than 40% of people make resolutions, but almost half of them fail.

If you’re like the millions of people who made New Year’s resolutions at the first of the year, you may be struggling a bit right about now. That is perfectly normal.

In this article, we look at how to make a plan and stay on track when it comes to your fitness and healthy living goals.

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We Challenge You to Make an Impact

We love this video from Dr. Rick Rigsby, and we think you will, too. Watch it, share it with friends and family and enjoy. He talks about how the wisdom of a third-grade dropout will save your life! Read more