If you are one of the millions of people who are determined to shake off a few extra pounds—but are looking to do that starting January 1, we are going to give you 5 strong reasons why you should not wait that long. Go over our reasons why and keep them close to you as … More 5 Reasons to Get In Shape before New Year!
With the holidays coming up fast, it’s safe to assume that you’ll be eating some awesome Christmas treats — and maybe missing some workouts. And that’s totally OK. But we have 12 workouts lined up for you that will take the age-old 12 days of Christmas to a whole new level, making you the fittest you’ve ever been under … More No Excuses: The Top 12 Christmas Workouts
Safety is of our highest concern. To insure a quality experience in a safe environment we have screened all our trainers. With each trainer we conduct an interview and a background check. After each session we ask the client to rate the session. If any trainer receives a rating below 4-stars they will be removed … More Security and Quality of Our Trainers
The winter months often bring faster race times and easier training sessions without the sweat. The reduction in sweat can be a bit deceiving, and it’s why there is usually little talk of the importance of hydration when temperatures fall. During the summer, runners are inundated with reminders to carry water and keep an eye … More Guide to Staying Hydrated as the Weather Gets Colder
Whether the temptation was a family holiday meal, the dinner special at your favorite restaurant or an extra helping of your own delicious cooking, an overstuffed stomach makes for a miserable few hours. While you wait for your gastrointestinal system to work its magic and digest the food, you can take some simple steps to … More How to Ease Your Stomach After Eating Too Much
1. Be sure to warm up indoors before an outdoor workout to get blood flowing to your muscles. Cold and stiff muscles are more prone to injury. Consider jumping jacks, a jog on the treadmill or cycling. 2. Try a new workout. Something new and different tends to create excitement and hold your interest longer than the same … More 10 ways to stay fit when its cold!
Alia is a 200 Hour Registered Yoga Teacher with a focus on safe, accessible alignment and flow based classes. She has been practicing yoga for over 10 years and received her training with Liz Heffernan, a Yoga Therapist, and Molly Masaoka, a student of Annie Carpenter, at the Soma Yoga Institute. Alia’s personal goal is … More Alia Knowlan – Our New Yoga Personal Trainer
Tiffany’s curiosity for Yoga began in 2016 in Dallas, Texas. She began her personal practice and teacher training at CorePower Yoga in Dallas Texas. Tiffany currently holds a 200 hr RYT and Hot Yoga certification recognized by Yoga Alliance. She found her love embedded into the spiritual connection Yoga offered, but quickly discovered the rabbit … More Tiffany – Our New Yoga Personal Trainer
Did you ever imagine that the normal mineral water you drink has some surprising and unexpected health benefits? Hard you might find it to believe, but mineral water is an essential mix of minerals like magnesium, sodium, calcium and potassium. Uniquely different from boiled water and tap water, mineral water improves the overall health and … More 10 Benefits of Mineral Water You Should Know
What can you do? Do you deal with lower back pain? You’re not alone. Lower back pain is the leading cause of disability across the globe. What’s even more interesting is that most back pain isn’t caused by serious medical conditions, like cancer or arthritis. Instead, it’s often brought on by stress or strain from bad posture, awkward … More The Best Sleeping Positions for Lower Back Pain