Ginny Hoy has been going to the gym regularly for the past 10 years. Even after she had two heart attacks this past year. Survived, I should say. She doesn’t think she would have if she hadn’t stayed active.
Liz wanted to get in shape but didn’t want to go to the gym. Peggy wants to have a career as a personal trainer. Read how they’re helping each other out.
Do you ever wonder why our muscles hurt after a workout? Andy has the answer.
Thinking about working out? Which should you choose — free weights or weight machines?
I’ve been hearing a lot about barre fitness lately. It sounds like a workout for dancers, but you don’t need to be a ballerina to do barre.
If you go for a run when you’re sick will you get worse? What about exercise class? Or lifting weights? Read more to find out what’s ok, what’s not.
Working with a personal trainer is an investment of time and money. How do you know you made the right choice? And what are the signs that it’s not a good fit?
This week in my discomfort zone, I’m pushing my limits as I lift and push a lot of weight. Come along for the workout. Maybe you’ll be inspired to push some limits, too.
How working with a personal trainer is taking me inside my discomfort zone. It’s also making me stronger. Follow my workouts.
Guest post by John Turrell, Wellness Coordinator, Greater Portland Branch,YMCA of Southern Maine. Americans follow the news. We know we need more exercise. We know that Americans suffer from obesity, heart disease, strokes, high blood pressure, type-2 diabetes, joint degeneration, and broken bones from falling. We know that all these physical problems can largely be […]