Ok, so it’s almost here. Normally, many people have the tradition of stuffing their faces, enjoying friends and family, and pretty much doing a whole lot of nothing for Thanksgiving. Well, I’m here to tell you, first hand, that all of that can change! Our family personally brought fun, fitness and a lot to be . . . → Read More: Toss out the “old Thanksgiving rules” and hop into a new and healthy holiday!
Thanksgiving is clearly a holiday centered around food. Working in this industry, I know plently of my cleints will try to “just work out more.” But is that really effective? I think only putting in a few extra minutes on the treadmill is an easy way to let the holiday weight gain bug bite you. . . . → Read More: Worried about Weight gain after Thanksgiving? Here are some tips!
As the seasons change, so do our workouts and our wardrobes. Fall is here, and winter trails closely behind. This means chilly, and sometimes wet mornings and cold nights, with the sun setting earlier. It is important to remain comfortable to get in the most optimal workout, but this doesn’t mean we have to sacrifice . . . → Read More: Fitness Trends for upcoming Cooler Weather
This Sunday, November 6, around 47, 000 athletes will be running through the streets of NYC for the annual ING NYC Marathon.
While running something like the NYC Marathon is a huge accomplishment, full of sweat, blisters, and hours of training, we still think that even if you’re not a runner, you can still work out . . . → Read More: As NYC Marathon Approaches, what Runners should know