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How To Stay Fit While Recovering From an Injury

By |July 9th, 2021|Athletic, Healthy and Fit, Personal Training|

Whether you’re a professional athlete or you are just trying to build your body to stay fit, one thing that always seems to come your way is the injury associated with working out. The more you work out, the higher the strain on your body and the severe is the injury. It

The Answers To The Most Googled Fitness Questions

By |June 30th, 2021|Healthy and Fit, Nutrition, Personal Training, Women's Fitness|

Guess what? We have a treasure chest of the most Googled fitness questions asked by people. Whether you always wanted to have answers to these questions or never thought about them, this article will provide you with captivating insights. Check it out. Which Exercises Help With Weight Loss? After 50, your muscle

3 Ways To Fix Lower Back Pain When Squatting

By |June 16th, 2021|Personal Training|

Are you suffering from lower back pain when squatting? I'm Dr. Scott Gray, the owner and founder of BIM Fitness and Performance in Fort Myers, Florida. I am a speciality trained physical therapist and a sports performance coach. I also have here our fitness and sports performance coach, Chad Anderson with

5 Reasons Why People in Their 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s Need a Personal Trainer

By |May 20th, 2021|Personal Training, Strength Training, Women's Fitness|

“Yes, I want to feel better, get healthy, lose weight but….” Is your health on your mind (more often)? Do you think about getting better sleep or losing some weight? Have you been so busy working, that you just let things slide? Maybe you tried that fad diet or joined weight watchers and

5 Of The Most Hated But Beneficial Exercises

By |May 7th, 2021|Fitness, Personal Training|

You might be one of those who absolutely love working out but really hates leg day at the gym. Well, you're not alone! In my personal experience as a physical trainer, there are some exercises that people dread doing no matter what time of the day it is. Let's go over some

Workout Pain You Should Never Ignore

By |April 28th, 2021|Healthy and Fit, Personal Training|

Are you someone who believes in the popular workout mantra, “No pain, no gain?” If you are, then I’m afraid I might have some bad news for you. You might have to shift your perspectives a little bit when it comes to pain during workouts because, contrary to popular belief, certain kinds

6 Movements That Should Be In Everyone’s Training Program

By |April 14th, 2021|Athletic, Personal Training, Strength Training|

Where do I start? Have you ever walked into a gym and wondered where should I start? With so much equipment, exercise programs, and information out there it can be tough for someone to know where to start and what to do when exercising. In an effort to help with that I have

The Biggest Misconceptions About Women’s Fitness Debunked

By |April 2nd, 2021|Personal Training, Strength Training, Women's Fitness|

  With so much misinformation and myths surrounding women’s fitness out there, it’s easy to become misinformed and miss out on the results you want from your workouts. Subscribing to these myths that are so popular within the fitness world could be ruining your results and prevent you from achieving your

29 Motivational Workout Quotes | BackInMotion

By |March 3rd, 2021|Athletic, Fat Loss, Healthy and Fit, Personal Training|

At Back In Motion Fitness & Performance, we know how difficult it is to keep and stay motivated with your fitness and health goals. We see it every day with our clients. The good news is, you're not alone! Sticking to your fitness goals can be tough especially when you're starting out.

New Rules For Exercise and Fitness If You’re Over 50

By |February 25th, 2021|Fat Loss, Healthy and Fit, Personal Training|

This is Coach Chad here at Back In Motion, and today we're going to talk about how exercise changes when you turn 50. When you hit the age of 50 a funny thing happens. Your body doesn't respond to exercise as it did earlier in your life. Fatigue, muscle and joint