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  • How to Maintain Your Fitness Revolution

    If you read our blog earlier this year on making your New Year's Resolution a Revolution instead of a resolution, you may now be wondering how to maintain it. Your first success was deciding to make fitness your Revolution, instead of just another resolution that falls through the cracks in a few weeks or months. However, we are at that difficult point of the year where life gets busier and motivation fades. Here are a few tips to keep your Revolution on track: Continue reading

  • Top Fitness Trends

    What are the top fitness trends for 2018?

    How do you plan your fitness routine for the week, month, or year? Do you go off the popular trends, wing it, or maybe a combination of both each time they go to the gym or down to the home gym basement. Whatever your preference, one thing many fitness experts and average Joe's of the gym seem to agree upon are that there are certain forms of exercise that continue to becoming more popular each year. This year, we have reviewed the literature and studied the gyms and came to the same conclusions as many... Continue reading

  • Why this Year Begins Your Revolution

    It's Not a Resolution, It's a Revolution

    We all hear it over and over again this time of year, “What’s your New Year’s resolution?”  Whether the response is something you came up with on the spot or have been thinking on for weeks, keeping a resolution is never an easy task. Even harder to keep seems to be the fitness related resolutions. An estimated 66% of Americans make New Year’s resolutions to get fit, and of those, 73% give up on the resolution before hitting their goal. Even more staggering is that half of those who make a fitness resolution abandon it within 6 weeks or less of the New Year. That’s why this year we have decided to say: Don’t make another resolution, start a revolution. Continue reading

  • Impact of Music on Your Exercise Routine

    The origin of music dates back to the BC era. Ancestors to modern humans had the ability to vocalize and control pitch and may have even created rhythm by clapping hands or other objects together. We may not know what music was used for early on, but we do know now that music is tied to emotion, and emotion impacts many things. Later on, people started to use a rhythmic pattern to complete projects at work or at home. Once a rhythmic pattern was created, they were better able to complete their projects quicker and with more enjoyment. But how is this related to my exercise routine you may ask? Continue reading

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