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Our featured article this quarter is "TOP 5 TIPS TO GET BACK IN SHAPE!" It is a valuable resource to start you on your own FITNESS BREAKTHROUGH! Just enter your email address in the box to the right and we will send you a copy!

SMALL CLASS SIZES CUSTOMIZED TO YOUR ABILITY LEVEL - INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION EVERY STEP OF THE WAY

Hybrid Group Training

THE MOST EFFECTIVE
TOTAL BODY WORKOUT!Half your class is strength training, and the other is on the bike! Get your strength training in as well as a killer cardio session, and leave sweaty and energized, burning twice as many calories as you would in a regular strength or spin class!

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Pilates

DEVELOP CORE STRENGTH, MUSCLE TONE AND INCREASED FLEXIBILITY

Pilates  can dramatically transform the way your body looks, feels and performs. Pilates builds strength creating a sleek, toned body with slender thighs and a flat abdomen. (Yeah, we know – who doesn’t want that?)
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Private Assisted Stretching Sessions

MAXIMUM FLEXIBILITY, STRENGTH, POSTURE, HEALTH AND MENTAL FITNESS GAINS

The most established and obvious benefit of stretching is to help improve flexibility and range of motion.

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YOUR FAT LOSS SPECIALIST

Far too often – at least in my experience, and this may or may not pertain to you – people get overly caught up on what the scale tells them. Weight loss can be completely subjective, and the truth of matter is the scale really doesn’t tell you anything.

If I told you to not eat for eight hours, you would weigh less.
If I told you to not drink water for a day, you would weigh less.
If I told you to cut off you right arm, you would weigh less.
In all three scenarios you weigh less, but does that really mean you made any significant progress?
Answer:  Um, no.

Sure, you weigh less……….but all you’ve really accomplished is to make yourself a smaller, weaker, armless, version of your original self.  There’s no shape, form, or contour to the body. What’s more:  now you have to do everything with your left arm.  And that just sucks!

One lb of muscle weighs the EXACT same as one lb of fat  –  the difference, however, is that muscle is more dense than fat and takes up less space.

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