Monthly Archives: May 2016

10 things to expect as you start to exercise

10 things to expect as you start to exercise

The amazing machine you live in, your body, is highly adaptable. Just one week of exercise starts the process of many positive changes, both internal and external. Don’t expect your body to look like a seasoned exerciser in 1 week, but there are many immediate benefits to enjoy. And remember, that seasoned exerciser does not ... Read More
 
Heart Rate Training: The 5 Training Zones

Heart Rate Training: The 5 Training Zones

From warm-up to max, 5 training zones are identifiable in your workouts. This guide breaks down what they are and how to use them. Personalize Your Workout Through Heart Rate Training Your heart rate monitor is a powerful tool. As you get acquainted with heart rate training, you will begin to appreciate the use of ... Read More
 
You can be in the TOP 3% of Healthiest Americans!

You can be in the TOP 3% of Healthiest Americans!

  More than 97% of our population falls short of these 4 basic healthy behaviors.   A recent study conducted by Oregon State University and the University of Mississippi examined how many adults succeed in achieving 4 general behaviors that are the cornerstones of health. The 4 behaviors are: A good diet Moderate exercise (150 ... Read More
 
Setting Goals, Motivation and More: Q&A with Michael Otero

Setting Goals, Motivation and More: Q&A with Michael Otero

1.) What is your favorite exercise that you use most frequently to train your clients, and why? My favorite workout to run with my clients is boxing. I love running clients through focus and heavy bag drills. These drills work on your core, cardio, biceps, shoulders, lats, rear delts, traps, and rhomboids. Along with your reaction ... Read More