The Beginner’s Guide to Resistance Training (Part 2)

30 Aug 21
The Beginner’s Guide to Resistance Training (Part 2)

Strength training is recommended a mimimim of two times a week by the American College for Sports Medicine. However, starting strength training might feel like a daunting task. Last week we started breaking down how to create a resistance training program for beginners. Today, we are going to go over the remaining design variables involved […]

16 Aug 21
It Doesn’t Take Much to Have a Great Day!

It’s easy to get caught in the hustle and bustle of life. However, turning your day around is easier than you might think! We want to share four easy steps we take to make each day a count! Here’s to an awesome Monday and an awesome week! Happy Monday! Deep breathing Many of us know […]

9 Aug 21
Home Modifications to Prevent Falls in Older Adults

Most older adults choose to live at home as long as possible and who can blame them! However, falls can be extremely dangerous, especially if home alone.  If you or a loved one is living alone, it is important to make sure their home is as safe as possible. The aim to is to decrease […]

12 Jul 21
Trying to Up Your Cardio But Don’t Know Where to Start?

We’ve talked about the importance of cardio and cardio machines, but when it comes to doing cardio, where do you start?  In order to best improve your aerobic endurance it important to have a well developed, individualized and researched-based program. The training program should enhance your strengths and improve any weaknesses. For best results, an […]

28 Dec 20
Why We’re Skipping Gyms And Exercising Outside This Winter

In our recent post we talked about the benefits of working out during the winter. Yes, gyms are now open in New Jersey, but many of us are sticking to home workouts. If you’re tired of doing the same routine or feeling a little stir crazy, try going outside! Exercising during the colder months has […]