1. Busy Day Workout!

    Here’s a simple workout from Danielle that you can do at home, no equipment needed. 20 jumping jacks 5 body weight squats 5 Jump squats 5 Burpees 5 Squat Thrusts  1 minute break  20 skaters (10 each side) 30 second plank (or 10 bridge to planks) 5 pushups (any kind) 5 Dips 30 seconds of moving planks   Rest & Repeat!…Read More

  2. Fueling Your Workout

    By Melanie Neading, Personal Trainer, Runner & Food Re-fueler! You wouldn't take a road trip without any gas in your tank.  If you did, you certainly wouldn't question why your car stopped running if the tank was empty before your trip.  Your body is just like your car; it must have proper fuel in order to function the way you want it to.  Before you hit the treadmill and weights, before yo…Read More

  3. Stress – Can You Handle It?

    What exactly is stress? According to the dictionary, stress is, "a state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or very demanding circumstances." To me, that means stress is something that makes a person feel uneasy and very overwhelmed. When a person is overwhelmed, they tend to neglect important areas of their lives such as their health. When you are feeling stressed, yo…Read More

  4. Form Fixes for All Runners

    “A strong butt is the key to a happy life.” That’s an odd quote to live by, but to run by, there may be nothing so true. The gluteal muscles are the powerhouse of every runner, or at least they should be. When a runner’s glutes don’t do their job, everything else will eventually fall apart. Lately in the runner’s world we have been hearing lots about foot strike – mid-foot, forefoot,…Read More