What is the Deal with HITT?

Today’s contribution is by Jacob Yount, B.S, ACSM-EP – Wellness Coordinator and Personal Trainer at Phoenix Athletic Club Those 4 letters together seem a little intense. The acronym itself seems like it hurts, but it doesn’t, and it is a great way to change the pace of your cardiovascular exercise. If you are like me,…

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Navigating the Yogurt Aisle

Today’s contribution is by Jacob Yount, B.S, ACSM-EP – Wellness Coordinator and Personal Trainer at Phoenix Athletic Club Those 4 letters together seem a little intense. The acronym itself seems like it hurts, but it doesn’t, and it is a great way to change the pace of your cardiovascular exercise. If you are like me,…

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Technical Running Apparel: Why It Matters

Today’s contribution is from Big Peach Running Co.   During a run, we have many thoughts that go through our mind – “How’s my pace?”, “How far have I gone?”, “How many hills are on this course?”, “How much longer until I’m done?” and similar thoughts. We don’t give much thought to our clothing, but…

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Balanced Breakfast

Today’s contribution is by Alissa Palladino, MS, RDN, LD, ACSM-CPT of Good Measure Meals You’ve probably heard breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and with good reason. Breakfast literally breaks your overnight fast, giving you the boost you need to start your day. Research shows that regular breakfast eaters are more likely…

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How to Get the Legs You Still Desire

Today’s contribution is by Da’Lynn, Wellness Coordinator at Delta Air Lines Fitness Center at GO   Don’t skip leg day! We are all familiar with what it looks like when you skip leg day, and no one wants those types of results. But that’s easier said than done when you have bad knees and the…

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Snack Smart

Today’s contribution is by Good Measure Meals’ Alissa Palladino, MS, RDN, LD, ACSM-CPT Wisely-planned snacks can be crucial to your success throughout the day. Why? Glucose is the body’s primary source of energy. And, blood glucose (AKA sugar) dips three to five hours after eating, and stored glucose is usually depleted by six hours. So,…

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Sun Salutations for Body, Mind & Spirit

Today’s contribution is by Tanya Jesunas, RYT-200, Corporate Health Unlimited Group Fitness Instructor   Whether or not you have practiced yoga before, chances are you are familiar with the many benefits a yoga practice offers. It turns out, you don’t have to commit to a full hour of yoga practice to reap its many benefits.…

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Traveling Nutrition

Today’s contribution is by GMMs’ Alissa Palladino, MS, RDN, LD, ACSM-CPT   Whether you’re traveling for work or pleasure, being away from your kitchen can make it challenging to stick with your healthy eating goals. But with a little planning and prep, you can stay on track when you’re on the road. Pack food: Instead…

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How to Create Your Own Workout

Today’s contribution is by Jamie Colcord, B.S, CPT – Program Manager at Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital James C. Kennedy Fitness Center.   Do you feel lost or like you have no idea where to start with exercising? How about stuck or bored with your workouts? One easy way to fix this is to create your…

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What to Look for in a GPS Watch

Today’s contribution is from Big Peach Running Co.   Nothing can be as intimidating as buying a GPS running watch. These days there are so many options in features and brands, that researching those features and why they’re important are enough to make your head spin.Do I need those features? Will they make me a…

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