Spring Clean Your Fitness Routine

  The spring season represents rebirth, renewal and growth. It’s a time to welcome longer and brighter days and bid farewell to cabin fever. It’s also the perfect time to rejuvenate a tired routine and integrate new activities into your workouts. Although humans are creatures of habit and comfort, frequently changing your workout program is necessary to avoid and/or overcome a plateau, achieve performance gains and accomplish new levels of fitness. But how do you know when the time…

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Who Let The Dogs Workout News Update!!! We are now traveling to YOU!!!

NEWS UPDATE!!!!!! NEWS UPDATE!!!! We are now accepting BY APPOINTMENT ONLY private group training classes. No more drop in classes. This will allow us to TRAVEL TO YOU on the times that work best for you and/or your group between 6-12 people! We thought this was a great idea from all of your feedback!!!! We will also be starting a 6 week program with a package deal for BASIC and ADVANCED training. Cost is $195 for 6 weeks per…

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15 Common Mistakes People Make When Trying to Lose Weight

Losing weight can seem very tough. Sometimes you feel like you’re doing everything right, yet still not getting results. You may actually be hindering your progress by following misguided or outdated advice. Here are 15 common mistakes people make when trying to lose weight. 1. Only focusing on the scale weight  It’s very common to feel like you’re not losing weight fast enough, despite faithfully sticking to your diet. However, the number on the scale is only one measure…

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To Scale or Not To Scale

When working towards a fat loss goal, the question is . . . Do you or do you not “scale”? Do you step on the scale everyday, meticulously tracking the ups and downs? Do you jump on it once a week, keeping your mind off the number most days? Or do you skip the scale altogether and simply navigate your transformation using the markers of how you look and feel? (also the “jeans test”) Here’s a closer look at…

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This Is What Sugar Does To Your Brain

We know that too much sugar is bad for our waistlines and our heart health, but now there’s mounting evidence that high levels of sugar consumption can also have a negative effect on brain health — from cognitive function to psychological wellbeing. While sugar is nothing to be too concerned about in small quantities, most of us are simply eating too much of it. The sweet stuff — which also goes by names like glucose, fructose, honey and corn…

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