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Finding time to consistently exercise is challenging, particularly in our area, where the need to balance long commutes, careers and personal obligations often interfere with our best intentions to exercise regularly. But with some determination and creative scheduling, carving out just a small part of your day is all it takes to be consistent with your fitness.
Exercise, alone, is not enough to maintain a healthy lifestyle. What we put into our bodies has a direct effect on how we look and feel. One local personal trainer offers his favorite superfood.
The secret to getting toned arms is to not focus on arm-specific exercises.
Traveling can wreck havoc on your diet and fitness goals. Here are some tips so you pack in the fun without packing on the pounds.
It's time to meet your new workout buddy -- your pet.
Sure, focusing on exercise and nutrition are important components to losing weight and living a healthier life, but there is more to it than that. What you might be missing.
A healthy diet is a key component to looking and feeling your best.
Increasing the intensity of your workout burns more fat and builds muscle.
One of the newer exercise tools on the market is the kettlebell, a weight in the shape of a ball with a handle on the top.
When people come into our personal training gym, they've usually got two things working against them: misinformation and their own obstacles.
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