‘I walk’

By Blake and Gwen Beckcom | Let’s Fitness Together Often when conversing with someone, the small talk generally leads to “What do you do for a living?” I always find that to be an interesting topic due to the myriad and variety of occupations and careers that abound in our society and I am generally all ears. When it comes time for me to end questioning and begin clarifying what we do as fitness professionals, invariably […]

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Coping with a fitness layoff

Posted: February 6th, 2015 | Featured, Fitness, Sports & Fitness | No Comments

By Scott Markey Let’s face it: Being the fitness enthusiasts that we are — most people, when injured or have an illness, usually have the good sense to curtail activity that aggravates the injury or ailment. Whether you are working out for general overall fitness, on a serious basis, to become a fitness or physique competitor, or even a bodybuilder, you usually know when to listen to your body — especially when it’s telling you to […]

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The ‘perfect time’

Brian White | You Should Be Doing It This is a big weakness of mine, and I’m actually sorta embarrassed to admit it. I sometimes do this thing where I wait for the “perfect time” to start important projects. Or to cut negative people out of my life. Or to do things I know will make the biggest difference in my life.

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The name of the game: intensity!

Posted: September 5th, 2014 | Featured, Fitness, Sports & Fitness | No Comments

Sean Ryback | Fitness As another sunny, summer season winds to an end, for many of us the intensity of the approaching football season is building into the beginning of the regular NFL season games. That means more Sunday get-togethers with friends, extra-delicious, high-calorie snacks and beverages and maybe even staying up late on a Monday night to see the final seconds of your favorite team’s game.

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