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Travel Tips Part 1

May 9, 2016

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

Why You Don’t Need Machines in Your Workout

October 28, 2011

The contestants on The Biggest Loser work hard. They spend the majority of their day in the gym working with very talented personal trainers. For a brief period their life is focused around losing weight. We all know that just isn’t how it works in the real world though. Even if we could have access to … Continue Reading

What Do You Value

June 20, 2011

I was listening to a discussion between two strength coaches the other day talking about the excuses they hear from people regarding exercise and nutrition, and it got me thinking. What are your priorities in life and where do exercise and nutrition fit in all that? One of the most often used excuses is, “I … Continue Reading

Why FIT CrossFit – Guest Author Ilana Sharaun MA, MFT

January 11, 2011

Living fully has always been my way. Building a family, finding an occupation I love, and contributing to my community have all been deep sources of meaning and happiness. So, when it became obvious that the stamina and energy I took for granted were not as plentiful as they used to be, I knew it … Continue Reading

Your Body is Not a Sports Car … YET

January 11, 2011

So the New Year is upon us, and as it has become common tradition, it is time to lay down some goals for the upcoming year.  Maybe you want to take up a new hobby, or possibly become more financially competent.  Probably the greatest enthusiasm for New Year goals is seen in health and fitness.  … Continue Reading

FIT Summer Fitness Camp

June 4, 2010

Summer break is a time for kids to relax and enjoy their hard earned vacation. Pool parties, sleepovers and bbq’s fill many summer days. However, with at least two months of down time and the elevated use technological gadgets, such as  Xbox, Wii and PS3, kids can find themselves on the couch more often than … Continue Reading