Body Resolution’s Own Head Personal Trainer Whether you visit BR on Williston Road or Pine Street between 6:00AM and 6:00PM, you are bound to see Ryan Garrow training a client with a smile on his face. Although his day is long, Ryan never loses steam. He loves to bring his positive energy and passion for fitness…

What Do Nutrition Labels Actually Mean? By: Sarah White Have you ever found yourself reading a nutrition label and asking yourself, “hmm what does that word actually mean?” Millions of Americans find themselves confused with the terminology food companies use that may trick you. This blog aims to provide you with the information and knowledge…

  Why Your Knees Hurt When You Exercise By: E. Lucas Zelazny, ATC When was the last time you ran, climbed stairs, squatted, or knelt down without your knees hurting? Have you ever thought there could be a relatively simple answer to solve your knee pain troubles for good?  It is important to make the…

At Body Resolution our mission is to help people reach their goals, whether that be moving better in general, snatching 200 lbs. or running the Spartan Ultra. Our clients are some of the hardest working people that we know and we are thrilled to be highlighting one of them, Chip Perry, in this month’s client…

Hello BR Nation. My name is Pat and I have just recently moved here from Boston to join the Body Resolution and Burlington community. I grew up in North Andover, MA, a town about 30 minutes north of Boston. I spent my youth always being active and involved in athletics. Throughout high school I was…

This week’s blog comes to you from Dustin Bachand, certified Level 1 Training for Warriors. He shares how he uses “Hurricanes” in his sessions and how they work. Most of my clients have at least one cardio session each week, and I will often use “hurricane training” for that session. The intensity of the hurricane…

Heart Rate Training is an excellent way for you to monitor the intensity of your workout. In this blog we will discuss the benefits to heart rate training and how to get started. The purpose of training is to induce adaptations benefitting your cardiovascular, respiratory and skeletomuscular systems. As you become more trained those systems…

Everybody knows someone who has been there. Soccer players, field hockey players, basketball players, even elite runners who have planted, twisted and heard a pop that in an instant can put a career on hold indefinitely. The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is one of the 4 main ligaments in the knee. The role of the…

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