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Holiday Workout Tips

Vary your workouts. Continuously doing the same workout can result in eventual burnout no matter how much you love it. Changing the exercise mode not only stimulates you and challenges you mentally, but physically your body is challenged in different ways. Your body can get acclimated to the same workout so that benefits and physical … Read More

Exercising in the Heat

Heat Exhaustion: Heat exhaustion is the body’s response to an excessive loss of the water and salt contained in sweat. Those most prone to heat exhaustion are elderly people, people with high blood pressure and people working or exercising in a hot environment. Warning Signs of Heat Exhaustion: Heavy sweating Paleness Muscle cramps Tiredness and … Read More

Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness

Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness, or DOMS, is a phenomenon that impacts exercisers around the globe. Soreness is extremely common, so it’s a given that there are a lot of misconceptions regarding DOMS. Although there are many aspects of DOMS that are unclear, there is a lot that we do know and much of the information … Read More

Common Mistakes in Fitness Classes

If you love group fitness classes you’re probably already familiar with some of the golden rules of being a good student, such as arriving to class on-time and putting your equipment away when you’re done. However, there are some additional considerations that will help you maximize your results. Four of the country’s top group fitness … Read More

Aqua Fitness

Aqua exercise is one of the best all-around exercise programs available today. The water enhances a vigorous workout as it protects against injury. Due to the water’s buoyancy, movement and flexibility are enhanced. The joints are supported and protected. This relative weightless feeling minimizes discomfort and cushions the body, allowing for aerobic movement that might … Read More