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  • Understanding The Difference Between Physical Activity & Exercise

    Physical activity and exercise are both important pieces of a healthy lifestyle and each contribute to your overall physical fitness. However, physical activity and fitness are two different terms with different definitions, and they are often misused.

    By understanding what each word means, you will be able to have a better understanding for your fitness and health goals. Continue reading

  • TRUE QuickFit & Treadmill Total Body Workout

    Exercises Disclaimer: The exercises provided by TRUE Fitness are for educational purposes only, and is not to be interpreted as a recommendation for a specific treatment plan, product, or course of action. Exercise is not without its risks, and this or any other exercise program may result in injury. To reduce the risk of injury, before beginning this or any exercise program, please consult a healthcare provider for appropriate exercise prescription and safety precautions. The exercise instruction and advice presented are in no way intended as a substitute for medical consultation. TRUE disclaims any liability from and in connection with this program. Continue reading

  • Helpful Hydration Tips For A Healthier You

    Drinking enough water is a major part in living a healthy lifestyle. Whether you have a regular workout routine or not, your body needs to stay hydrated. Water provides the body with many benefits such as: increased brain power and energy, flushing out toxins, preventing headaches, boosting your immune system, and so much more!

    Unfortunately, not all of us are drinking enough water throughout the day to remain hydrated. Here is why you need to drink more water daily as well as tips for making it easier for you. Continue reading

  • Why Working Out Is Good For Mental Health

    Exercise not only benefits your physical well-being, but it also helps keep your mind sharp. Physical fitness is trending, but so its mental health and the two go hand in hand when it comes to your overall health. Continue reading

  • School’s Out for Summer! Focus On Fitness With Your Kiddo This Summer Break

    Most schools are officially out for summer break and that means the kids are free. No homework, no test, no bedtime, no alarm to wake up to – almost no responsibilities and nothing to do all day, every day for the next three or so months. Continue reading

  • Ways to Improve Your Cycling

    To some, cycling is a sport and for others, a great way to get a killer cardio workout in, or just something to do for fun. Regardless of why you are cycling there are always ways to improve your cycling skill set. Whether you cycle every day, once a week, or have never cycled before, by following three simple suggestions, you can increase your efficiency on any type of bicycle. Continue reading

  • Workouts Your Knees Need!

    Knee pain affects millions of people in the United States a year. Unfortunately, there is a myriad of things that can cause knee pain: arthritis, trauma, improper footwear, and overcompensations due to other ailing joints. Continue reading

  • Make Sure You Are Getting Enough Zzzzz’s! It’s Important!

    One of the most frequently overlooked factors in health and fitness is sleep. As busy as life can get, it is easy to forget to make sure you are getting enough sleep every day. In fact, when it comes to prioritizing fitness goals, many people put sleep as one of the least important factors related to those goals. Not getting enough sleep can affect your focus, energy, body composition, and weight loss or gain. Continue reading

  • Adapting Workouts Based on Your Metabolism

    In order to determine how one should adapt their workouts based on their metabolism, it is important to understand what metabolism is.

    Metabolism is the net caloric expenditure or surplus of all reactions in the body, both catabolic (caloric deficit) and anabolic (caloric surplus). Your metabolism is generally dictated by: Continue reading

  • I Kept a Fitness Journal For a Week…

    Let me start by saying, I thought this would be time consuming or that I would forget, but keeping a fitness journal for the week actually helped me stay more accountable than I have been in a while in regards to my overall health. It also helps that when you work for a fitness company, you have access to the equipment they make, so I had no excuses not to work out! Continue reading

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