Monday, September 26 2016 3:48 PM
Categorized In Fitness
Our bodies were meant to be active. Sitting at a desk for eight hours a day increases our risk of obesity, neck and back pain, fatigue, and tense, achy muscles.
The good news is that there are things you can do right at your desk to help keep fit. These desk exercises improve flexibility and strength (plus work out those pesky neck and back kinks) but are subtle enough not to draw the attention of the entire office. All you ne… Read Article
Pre- and post-workout meals play a key role in the effectiveness of your training sessions. They help you perform your best and shape your results. Let’s take a deeper look into the purpose of pre-workout vs post-workout meals, meal timing, and what to eat.
The purpose of a pre-workout meal is simple: to fuel your activity and give your body what it needs to… Read Article
Personal Trainer of the Month: Alison Hager
Alison states that if there is one person that should always believe in their clients, that should be their personal trainer. A trainer should always see a clients potential no matter what and never give up on them!
Follow Alison on Instagram >> @fit_not_skinny
TELL US ABOUT YOUR PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND.… Read Article