5 Reasons Why You Need A Personal Trainer

By |October 12th, 2020|Personal Training, Uncategorized|

#1 Safety So, number one, it's going to be is for safety. For your safety, it's important to have a personal trainer. So, while you're doing any type of exercise, if you're new to training, even if you're not new to training, you need someone who's going to be able to

5 Things to Ask A Personal Trainer Before Hiring Them

By |October 2nd, 2020|Personal Training|

You’re making an important first step towards improving your health and fitness, so finding the best personal trainer for your goals is essential. To people who want to find a great personal trainer but don’t know where to start, our personal training fort myers team is here to help you narrow down

7 Amazing Ways to Quickly Boost Your Immunity

By |September 16th, 2020|Fat Loss, Healthy and Fit, Personal Training|

We hear it so frequently that it seems to buzz on replay in our brains… “Wash your hands, wear a mask, disinfect heavily-touched surfaces.” But there’s a harsh reality: no matter how much we physically distance and adhere to CDC guidelines, we can’t avoid germs and viruses forever. Luckily, there’s one thing

10 Tips to Achieving Your Fitness and Health Goals

By |September 1st, 2020|Healthy and Fit, Personal Training|

We all love the idea of getting fitter and healthier. Some of us love the exciting challenge of pushing ourselves to new levels of fitness. But a fitness plan can quickly go from fun to failure. Flaws in our plan can make reaching our health goals impossible and drain our optimism. Our team

5 Reasons Why You Should Exercise That No One is Talking About

By |September 1st, 2020|Personal Training|

“Exercise helps you lose weight, boosts your health, burns fat…” You know that exercise is good for you. But some days, you need a really convincing reason to get off the oh-so-comfy couch. Well, here’s your reason. These 5 secret benefits of exercise should get more credit. After all, they’re what’s going

Are You Making These Fat Loss Mistakes?

By |August 17th, 2020|Fat Loss, Healthy and Fit, Personal Training|

You thought you were doing everything right: cutting calories, exercising more, choosing healthier snacks…but you STILL haven’t seen the slightest difference in your body fat. Fat loss isn’t always clear cut. Food labels that shout “Fat free!” and fat loss devices that claim to help you lose weight, fast, may sound like

How Personal Training Can Help You Look And Feel Your Best in Your 40s, 50s, And 60s

By |February 10th, 2020|Personal Training|

There is no one magic potion to make you look perfectly young all your life. The best bet we have is exercise and that needs a lot of dedication and hard work to fight back the extra baggage that comes along with aging. Of course, we all know we won't look the

How You Can Help Your Athlete Reach Their Athletic Potential

By |February 7th, 2020|Athletic, Gray Sports Performance, Healthy and Fit, Personal Training, Sports Performance Coach, Strength Training|

Everyone wants to be at their best, especially when it comes to sports and competitive athletics. And the common consensus is that with proper training, every athlete should be able to improve and keep maximizing their capacities. But oftentimes, we come across really bright and promising athletes who just cannot make it to

Why All Women Need Strength Training To Look And Feel Their Best

By |January 28th, 2020|Fat Loss, Healthy and Fit, Personal Training, Strength Training|

Oftentimes when women are pictured doing an exercise, it is mostly an aerobic or yoga type. While cardio and yoga are all good for your body, strength training can do a lot more.  The benefits of strength training far surpass regular exercise and it is yet looked down upon because of certain myths

Client Case Study: How Cheryl Looks and Feels the Best She Has Felt In Years

By |January 5th, 2020|Fat Loss, Healthy and Fit, Personal Training|

Physical activities and exercises are a great way to boost your physical fitness and overall wellbeing. It naturally lifts your mood and makes you more energetic. The American Heart Association society recommends at least 150 minutes of physical activity for a healthy living. While it is universally accepted that exercises can improve