4 Tips for Keeping the Weight Off During the Holidays

Here comes Santa Claus, Here comes Santa Claus, sitting for his whole work shift and eating lots of cookies. The holidays are filled with end of year parties, family gatherings, and a plethora of … [Read more...]

Fitness and Thanksgiving

According to the Calorie Control Council, on average, Americans will eat 3,000 calories during the main meal on Thanksgiving. Add breakfast, snacks, dessert, and alcohol, the average calorie intake … [Read more...]

Fat Loss and Muscle Gain part 3

Those last 10 lbs. Or targeting fat loss areas. The last 10 lbs seem to be the hardest to lose. Extra weight at the mid-section is the last to go away. As frustrating as it can be to reach the … [Read more...]

Fat Loss and Muscle Gain part 2

Why am I not reaching my goals? Fitness can be frustrating because of how long it takes to achieve your goals. A week of working out will only see very small changes. You might be sore and tired, … [Read more...]

Fat Loss and Muscle Gain part 1

The Science of Adding Muscle and Losing Fat Losing fat can take time. You can diligently go to the gym for weeks and your weight on the scale will not change. The scale is an easy way to track … [Read more...]

How long should your workout be?

What should the duration of your workout be? Is there any more benefit for working out for long hours upon long hours rather than having shorter workouts? Both the World Health Organization and the … [Read more...]

To Stretch or not to Stretch? That is the Question.

How important is it to stretch as part of your workout? How do you warm up before a work out? Do you even warm up have a warm up period? Static Stretching The thought used to be that a good … [Read more...]

The 4 Facets of Fitness

What all should go into a well planned workout routine? There are four major facets of fitness: Aerobic exercise, Muscular Strength, Muscular Endurance, and Flexibility. A well rounded, … [Read more...]

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