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Marathon Training

It's peaceful runs out in the beauty of nature. It's running for the sheer joy of running. It’s training not only your body but also your mind. It's the feeling of accomplishment, passion and discovery.

It's meeting new people and making new friends, it's anxious pre-race nights and thrilling early mornings.

It's blisters and sores, it's old shoes and new. It's starting lines and finish lines and everything in between.

It's the difference between feeling good and feeling that we need to do something, give something. It's being able to eat that fifth chocolate chip cookie.

It's bringing out the best in yourself so that you can give others your best.

It's fun, it's exhausting, it's complicated, it's exciting.

It's hard but it is worth every ounce of effort.

Trust me, you won't regret your decision to run a marathon whether its your first or one hundreth. If you put in the time and the effort you will reap the rewards and prove to yourself that you can do anything.

Weight Training

Weight training is a common type of strength training for developing the strength and size of skeletal muscles. It utilizes the force of gravity in the form of weighted bars, dumbbells or weight stacks in order to oppose the force generated by muscle through concentric or eccentric contraction. Weight training uses a variety of specialized equipment to target specific muscle groups and types of movement.

Weight training is a type of strength training that uses weights for resistance. Weight training provides a stress to the muscles that causes them to adapt and get stronger, similar to the way aerobic conditioning strengthens your heart.

Weight training can be performed with free weights, such as barbells and dumbbells, or by using weight machines. You can also increase your strength through other types of resistance exercises, such as by using your body weight or resistance bands.

Yoga, Power Yoga & Pilates

The physical and mental impacts for an executive who spends a lot of time chained to an office or sedentary and hunched over a computer, are enormous alone. Simply put, It has to be balanced or sickness and disease set in!

Yoga and Pilates offer a multitude of benefits, from increased strength and flexibility to improved cardiovascular fitness. Regular practice is a proven prevention for many lifestyle ailments and injuries. Yoga is a multifaceted practice and is as much about training the mind to be still and calm as it is about training the physical body.

Take the physical and mental well-being of you and your team into your own hands and start a regular practice of yoga and Pilates now! It's right on your doorstep!

Functional Training

Functional fitness exercises train your muscles to work together and prepare them for daily tasks by simulating common movements you might do at home, at work or in sports. While using various muscles in the upper and lower body at the same time, functional fitness exercises also emphasize core stability.

Functional fitness exercises can be done at home or at the gym. Gyms may offer functional fitness classes or incorporate functional fitness into boot camps or other types of classes. Exercise tools, such as fitness balls, kettle bells and weights, are often used in functional fitness workouts.

Functional exercises tend to use multiple joints and numerous muscles. Instead of only moving the elbows, for example, a functional exercise might involve the elbows, shoulders, spine, hips, knees and ankles. This type of training, properly applied, can make everyday activities easier, reduce your risk of injury and improve your quality of life.

Functional exercise training may be especially beneficial as part of a comprehensive program for older adults to improve balance, agility and muscle strength, and reduce the risk of falls.

Weight Loss Training

To transform your body, to get fit, to be healthy and to feel great you gotta exercise. Just like the air you breathe, your body needs physical exercise. And it needs exercise in a way that is so far-reaching that scientists are only just starting to unravel some of the amazing effects exercise has on our bodies.

you’ll also be doing resistance training to gain muscle in all the right places, so you’ll want to keep track of your progress with body measurements and, if you can, body fat percentage.

There is a plan for beginners and for more advanced exercisers. If you haven’t exercised for a long time start with the beginner weight loss workout plan. If you have been exercising regularly for the last few months several times a week and been increasing your fitness levels, try the more advanced weight loss program.