Lose Weight, Save Your Joints. A client brought this to us today from her orthopedist. How much weight do you need to lose to reduce the load on your joints?
The purpose behind a one dumbbell workout is to get a good strength training workout from the convenience of your home. Strength training is great for increased bone density, muscular strength, improved joint mobility, and increased cardiac function.
Whether you're looking for a tighter rear, leaner legs or firmer thighs, the lunge challenge may be your gateway to a stronger lower body. The lunge is designed to work all the major muscles in the lower body—primarily the quadriceps, but also the glutes, hamstrings and calves.
There are a number of differences between the “small” group training and the “’large” group training models. With small group training, the level of difficulty is increased because each client has individual needs and limitations that we as trainers have to take into consideration.
I wear Vibram FiveFinger minimalist shoes all the time! It's the best thing I ever did for my knees, feet and posture. Frequently we are asked questions like the one below and finally, I just had to share!
Lisa and I had a very good conversation this morning around caloric intake and the need for people to realize that drastically cutting calories, does their body a grave disservice. We were discussing our new Weight Management program and the great information found in the manuals the participants will receive.
Mistake #1: You go to the grocery store following a workout. Most of us have heard the old adage about not grocery shopping when we’re already hungry, right?
According to the statistics from the World Health Organization, about 12.9 million people worldwide died from some form of cardiovascular disease in 2004. And each year, the World Cancer Research Fund estimated that some eight million people died from cancer.
Fluid retention is a condition that is experienced both by men and women. The cause of bloating may be the result of diet, or may result from a medical condition.
What equipment do you imagine having in your home to exercise with? Which items would add the most challenge and variety to your workouts with your trainer?