Congratulations to Chris Ziegler for being named the Athlete of the Month for March. Chris is hard working, humble, and very enjoyable to have in class. He joined us after an incredible weight loss journey of his own and has continued to improve in all areas at our gym. Sadly for us Chris is moving away for work, but whatever gym he ends up at will be lucky to have him. Please tell us about yourself. I was born in May of 1970 and grew up on a dairy farm in Kingman Kansas.
If you missed Part 1, start here. Here are a few more factors that play into your recovery. Excessive Calorie Restriction “Eat less, move more” is the popular, inevitable refrain from fitness “experts” giving weight loss advice. They claim that reducing your calorie intake and increasing your activity will always lead to simple, easy, inevitable fat loss. And yeah, that’s one way to lose body weight, but there’s one big problem with this equation: you need calories to recover
Do you leave workouts feeling exhausted and ‘crushed’? Are you constantly sore? Lacking energy during a workout after a few intense days in a row? Is it time for you to do less? Knowing you can give yourself that permission will let you push yourself in your workout routine (whether it’s weights or chopping wood) once in a while, and that’s something worth doing. Rest assured that taking a day off isn’t going to set you back when you’re taking care of yourself across the bo
Many of us played sports growing up enjoying and learning from them. After leaving high school, the vast majority of us are no longer playing or competing at our sports. When we reach this point in our lives we don’t need to be training like we are athletes anymore. Are you training to be an athlete or are you training for health? My guess is if you are reading this then you are or at least should be training for health. Training as an athlete can be about pushing it to th
Congratulations to Rob Glassmire for being named Athlete of the Month for the month of February. Rob consistently shows up to the gym, works hard, he is interested in learning more about the movements and improving, and he always pushes himself. Rob has been a great example of working through an injury and has shown us all how much that paid off. He broke his leg last year skiing but he continued to come to the gym and he has come back stronger than ever. Thank you for bei
Congratulations to these members for making it to the gym 15 or more times during the month of January! Bobbie Duncan - Laura Van Deusen - Terry Secor - Jim Lord - Dana Jenick - Steve Beaulieu - Heidi Schultz - Tony Diguglielmo - Erica Coon - Beth Mexted - Michael Feigenbaum - Kristine Stinson - Aaron Masimer - Tim Lavin - Ben Coon - Justin Adis Judy Mauldin - Salvador Herrera - Jen Best - Nancy McClew Cooper Best - Yaneli Gomez Jackie Holgate - Phil Dunn - Rob Glassmire C