Balance in All Things

Balance in All Things

The newsletter this week is all about the contribution balance makes to strength training. All of us are working hard to have dynamic, movement-filled lives and being mindful to include balance training can give us faster results, more stability, and extended years of...
Welcome to Spring

Welcome to Spring

Welcome to spring! Let’s talk about how you can get out there and not get hurt. First and foremost, come in and put in some time at the gym. Ask some questions about how you can best prep for your outdoor activities, because we are all huge fans of sports and...

Flexibility Training is Good For You!

  This week’s newsletter focuses on the importance of adding a flexibility component to your workouts, especially if you’re a guy. (It matters for everyone but there’s a bias out there that says flexibility workouts are mostly a woman thing. That’s straight up...
More Details on Training the Cycle and Meet Caitlin!

More Details on Training the Cycle and Meet Caitlin!

First, let’s learn more about Caitlin. Her interest in fitness was born of a desire for personal improvement. In her words, “I was a small kid that always got picked second to last for PE dodgeball. When I got into high school I worked hard to make myself stronger so...
Why Women Should Strength Train

Why Women Should Strength Train

Strength training is great for everybody out there, but women gain some specific benefits. Here are some things that DON’T happen when women strength train: They don’t bulk up. They don’t lose flexibility. They don’t stop losing weight. They don’t age out of strength...
4 Ways to Stay Sane During Winter

4 Ways to Stay Sane During Winter

Some people do outdoor things all year round. Most of us, though, are super active outside during the spring, summer, and fall but when winter hits it’s time to hibernate. I long for the days of summer activity around the beginning of February and when that happens...