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Fitness Over 50: Three Qualities To Look For In A Trainer

Finding the right trainer can be challenging. Finding a competent trainer if you are over age 50 is an even tougher task. By Brett Cohen, personal trainer and functional aging specialist If you are reading this article you have taken … Continue reading




Exploring NYC Personal Training Gyms: Vigorous Fitness Clubs

Looking for a well equipped and well maintained gym to train your clients in Queens? I found it On a frosty January afternoon, I had the opportunity to speak with Victoria Oliva, one of the co-owners and a personal trainer … Continue reading




Enhance Life Outside the Gym With Exercise

“Your time spent in the gym should enhance your life outside of the gym.”  By Adam Shuty, personal trainer   Doing crushing workouts that leave you so sore you can’t walk is not an enhancement to your life. Training so you can play … Continue reading




Dairy is for Babies

By Otis Collier, personal trainer You know the saying milk does a body good? I know I have heard this until the cows come home (no pun intended). You know what? This statement is absolutely true. Milk provides an abundance … Continue reading




Subway Workout: Shin Raises

Subway Workout: Shin Raises  By Alex Sramek A morning subway or bus commute is a great time to put together a routine for ankles, wrists, and hands. They’re typically neglected in the gym, and can be worked in situations where … Continue reading




3 Easy Ways to Stretch the Calves

  By Lisa Snow, personal trainer Whether you’ve had plantar fasciitis, an ankle injury, or just want to take your calf and ankle flexibility to the next level, stretching at the end of your workout can be helpful.  Stretching the … Continue reading




Burning Calories Throughout the Day

 By Geo Chang, personal trainer  Being physically active, doesn’t just mean going to the gym for an hour a few times a week.  It’s our daily rituals and habits that ultimately shape our fitness abilities and prowess.  Physical activity burns calories … Continue reading




Make Small Incremental Changes For Long-term Health

By Geo Chang, personal trainer and nutritionist With January off to a fantastic start, many have fitness goals in mind as their main New Year’s resolution. Year after year, have I seen people resolve to get in shape come January, … Continue reading




2016 Goals, or…What does tying your shoes have to do with exercise?

By Lisa Snow, personal trainer As my clients in their 40s, 50s, and 60s are setting their 2016 goals, they’re thinking about more than just weight loss-it’s how you FEEL, not just how you look.  Sure, they want to reach … Continue reading




TWO EASY STEPS to getting into better shape 

By Alex Sramek, personal trainer The New Year is upon us, and the gyms are full of resolutioners doing their best to get in better shape. Some have thorough plans, others are testing the waters, and the internet and magazines … Continue reading