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  • Level it Down!

    By: Nick Lape ACSM, FMS We love it when people come to the studio ready to work and ready to put all their effort into their training session. We love the dedication…

  • Mandatory Monday

    By: Mike Klaus RKC, FMS What is your opinion of Monday? It is typically seen as the worst day of the week, the day most people dread. However, there are some who…

  • Spring Forward with Fitness BBQ Celebration!

    Last week we announced the winners of our Spring Forward with Fitness Challenge at our BBQ. The challenge was based of percent inches lost around the waist and hips. We were so…

  • No More Negative Self Talk

    By: Nick Lape ACSM, FMS A few months ago if you would have said, “Nick, I think that there is a bit too much negativity in your life,” I probably would have…

  • Warm It Up and Cool It Down

    Nick Lape ACSM, FMS As far back as just about anyone can remember, especially in places like your elementary school P.E. class, we have been taught to warm up before activities were…

  • Recovery: Fitness that Doesn’t Come from a Gym

    By: Nick Lape Just about every person that I meet asks me what I do for a living. After I tell them I am a trainer, they all respond with what they…

  • Three Steps of Stress Management

    By: Nick Lape Every single person at some point during their week has that moment when they think that the entire world is out to get them. Or they have so many…

  • Could Your Beer Belly Really Be Anterior Pelvic Tilt?

    By: Mike Klaus ISSA, RKC, FMS, Hi. My name is Mike, and I have an anterior pelvic tilt (APT). Most people do, but mine is excessive and has been the cause of…

  • The Heart is a Muscle

    By: Nick Lape BS, HFS, FMS, IYCA, CRBC The media and grocery store are not shy about telling you what to eat for heart health. But, what about what you should physically do…

  • Don’t Train Before You Do This

    By: Mike Klaus ISSA, FMS, RKC and Suzanne Doerries RD, LD, FMS What is the FMS? The FMS or Functional Movement System is the screening tool used to identify limitations and/or asymmetries…