Posts Tagged 'fitness'

Labels and Hope

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I believe our team of trainers understands the responsibilities of an all-inclusive fitness facility when I observe how they prepare and personalize every training session. Labels are not something we focus on. Instead, we strive to realize our purpose in quality personal service, in fitness and wellness. Information is gathered from the client and anyone involved so that to formulate a plan to achieve short and long term fitness goals.

Posted by suzanne Mar 14, 2011 Posted in Uncategorized No Comments

Indoor Fitness Fun

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The newer revised guidelines for exercise suggest that exercising in short bursts several times a day is beneficial. I am so grateful for that, because when it is sub-zero out, it can take a long time to bundle everyone up and go out. In fact, it sometimes seems that it is so cold that we spend longer getting ready to go out than we can stay out!

Posted by Tanya Feb 03, 2011 Posted in Uncategorized No Comments

A Tribute to Jack LaLanne: “The Godfather of Fitness”

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Jack LaLanne, a true trailblazer and champion for fitness, passed away on Monday at the age of 96. Because he is known as one of the founders of the modern fitness movement, I thought it was only fitting to devote a posting to him.

Posted by Carolyn Jan 25, 2011 Posted in Uncategorized No Comments

Video of the Day: Wheelchair Fitness Rope Pull

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Fitness should be a priority no matter what your disability. Doing regular wheelchair exercise will help you increase your strength, flexibility, improve your mobility, strengthen your heart and lungs, and help you control your weight. Watch this video from No Limits Sports to see a new wheelchair exercise. Irregardless of your ability, physical activity is for everybody!

Posted by Jennifer Green Jan 19, 2011 Posted in Uncategorized 1 Comment

Staying Active During the Winter Months

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Winter is fast approaching.  The days are getting shorter. I look outside at 5pm and wonder why it id dark?  During winter I often times find myself more tired and sluggish, as opposed to other times during the year when it is warm and there is more sunlight. Thus, since I feel tired and sluggish, it is easier for me to find excuses not to be active.

Posted by Ryan Nov 19, 2010 Posted in Uncategorized No Comments