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How the trainers eat Vol. 6

May 24, 2016

  FOOD! Even just saying the word makes me hungry. This blog post will be a little different than the previous posts about how we eat. I am digging deeper into the who, what, when, where and why. Below are quotes from your favorite FiT trainers when asked questions on nutrition.   Why   First … Continue Reading

My experience as a Crossfit “athlete”

September 16, 2012

2 weeks ago, Jimmy, Danielle, Jenny Lewis, and myself competed in the 2012 edition of Moxie Madness, hosted by Crossfit Moxie in San Jose.  This was a 2-day even consisting of multiple timed workouts each day, similar to the format of the Crossfit Games, with each workout being scored separately.  The team with the fewest points across all of the … Continue Reading

Busting through those Late Winter Plateaus!

March 9, 2012

So you’ve made it to March on your New Years Resolution program of eating better, sleeping more, and getting some exercise, but now you’re running out of steam.  I get it: you put all your gusto into changing all of your habits at once, and you’re just a little bit fatigued at this point.  Yes! … 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

January Client of the Month Spotlight – John Chang

January 26, 2011

John Chang Age: 41 FIT member since: 10/2009 John’s goals starting his fitness program at FIT: I wanted to lose some pounds and inches.  I also wanted to get stronger.  In a word – get Fit! John’s results: To date, I’ve lost 20 pounds of fat, definitely getting stronger – can actually see a muscle … 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

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