Fat Burner: Caffeine is a stimulant and therefore increases alertness and vigilance. In fact, caffeine is considered an ergogenic drug, which means it is intended to enhance physical performance. Caffeine helps increase plasma free fatty acids during early exercise, which translates to more fat loss in less time. Caffeine is known to decrease the rate…

What is the difference between Swedish and  Deep Tissue Massage? Emily J. Wood ● CMT In the world of massage and bodywork, techniques are categorized by modality. Modalities are different approaches and styles of bodywork that are based on physical and emotional healing. In this article I will only be focusing on two major modalities…

  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…

As we approach the holidays there are some things we should think about as we get bombarded with sweets, treats, and high fat foods! We want to help you be successful as you enjoy your gatherings this holiday season. Here are some tips and tricks to keep the pounds off this while enjoying time with…

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…

Who is this Dan Zaltz that everyone keeps talking about…. Well, he is not only the manager of Body Resolution but he is also an incredible trainer and individual. When Dan isn’t training or managing the BR team, or telling random facts that not even Google would know, Dan can be found hiking, skiing, or…

High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is all the rage right now! A HIIT workout can be done in as little time as 20-30 minutes and as much time as 60 minutes. It is done with periods of intense exercise lasting 30 sec to 2-3 minutes. The intense bouts are done at the 80-95% of the…

It is important to fuel properly before, during, and after your workout whether the workout is challenging or at an easy to moderate level. Nutrition is one of the most crucial aspects of fitness, especially when you are depleting nutrients and minerals as well as burning calories. Today, we are going to focus on endurance…

This month in Group Fitness we are focusing on how to activate our pecs(chest) muscles. The pecs are made up of two muscles; Pectoralis Major & Pectoralis Minor. Many times I hear people saying they only feel their shoulders when they do push ups or chest presses. So, we decided to dedicate a whole month…

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