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  • Barbells, Vipr’s and Sandbags

    Two Hands Are Better Than One by Susanne Alberto, NSCA-CPT, TPI-CGFI/FP3 While last month’s article focused on unilateral (one-handed) tools, this month’s focus is on bilateral (two-handed) tools. A main advantage of bilateral work is you can lift a lot … Continue reading

  • Exercise Mini Bands

    Discovering Mini-Bands By Lisa Snow, personal trainer How can a rubber band small enough to fit in your bag help you get in shape? 1) Eliminate roadblocks to working out Spring isn’t here…yet!  Getting motivated to go outdoors or even … Continue reading

  • Remorca Fitness Opens New Facility in Gramercy

    Need a new place to train your clients in 2019? Check out RF17.  Dennis Remorca’s newest location. Tired of impersonal big box gyms and cheaply-slapped-together spaces moonlighting as boutique training experiences? Want a place to call home, where you can train … Continue reading

  • Why Do You Train?

    Are you training for the right reasons? by Elisabetta D’Avenia Tips for a smarter way of working out Stop comparing yourself to other people’s bodies, progress, skills, etc., because that is one of the best way to sabotage yourself and I guarantee you, … Continue reading

  • Kettlebells, Dumbbells & Clubbells

    ALL Bells Were Not Created Equal by Susanne Alberto, NSCA-CPT, TPI-CGFI/FP3 The focus of this article will be on bells that can be held with one hand (unilateral). The advantage of unilateral work is that a less-dominant body part can … Continue reading

  • Exercise Goals for The Newbie

    First Things First By Hal Miller, personal trainer   Strength, weight loss, hypertrophy, and flexibility. All things a person new to exercise wants to achieve. All attainable goals wrapped up neatly in a customized “program” meant to be done a few … Continue reading

  • Online Personal Training With Michael Buckley

    Is Online Personal Training For You? By Michael Buckley, personal trainer Online personal training is gaining traction with those interested in reaching their fitness goals. Here’s why: Train wherever you are Train whenever you want Accountability to your trainer Train … Continue reading

  • Fitness Workout Recovery

    Make recovery a major part of your New Year’s fitness routines by Justin Walker, personal trainer Epsom salt baths, foam rolling, and BCAAs (branch chain amino acids) are some of the more well known recovery tools. But don’t be afraid … Continue reading

  • 5 Waistline Guidelines

    5 quick guidelines to a better waistline By Otis Collier, personal trainer   Are you confused or overwhelmed about what to eat? How much to eat? Are you asking “is the plan I’m on actually working?” These are all valid … Continue reading

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