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4 Tips for a Healthy 4th of July

July 3, 2019

Independence Day is a great day to get together with friends and family and celebrate. It’s also notorious for being a time where we might overindulge with food and drink.  We talk about self-care quite a bit which in essence refers to cultivating joy in your life through social connections, hobbies, downtime . . .or, … Continue Reading

Travel Tips Part 1

July 19, 2018

Hello fellow travelers! Traveling around the world, across the country or to a nearby city on business can be a long and hard journey for most of us. With this blog series you will learn how to travel wiser and healthier. For part 1 of Travel Tips you will learn some basic tips to follow when … Continue Reading

Health is Everything

November 2, 2017

Getting Older Isn’t Supposed to Hurt   It’s generally accepted that health declines as we age. At around 40 or 50, the wheels start coming off the bus as our doctors start prescribing medicine to control cholesterol, to lower our blood pressure or starts mentioning concerns about things like blood sugar and body weight.  We … Continue Reading

From FiT’s Test Kitchen

May 22, 2017

Today was the first day of our week of wellness showcasing some of FiT’s lesser known services.  Miesha offered chair massage to clients on their way out the door, a video tour of our new infrared sauna was available, and information on our massage services, mobility offerings and LOLA bootcamp was highlighted.  While clients perused, … Continue Reading

Lose Weight Without Eating Healthier or Working Out

November 14, 2016

Have you ever wondered how you could lose weight without eating healthier or working out? Have you ever thought about trying to lose weight and decided it wasn’t worth it because of all you would have to give up and how uncomfortable it would be? Well, good news. If you want to lose weight and … Continue Reading

Treat Yourself – Get Some Sleep

November 11, 2016

You have probably heard by now that sleep is good and not sleeping not so much. Regular quality sleep for sufficient duration leads to improve emotional, mental and physical health, higher performance, better memory, etc. Just one week of insufficient sleep, on the other hand, affects decision making, increases likelihood of depression and anxiety, and … Continue Reading