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New Year’s Resolutions vs. Sustainable Habits: How to Make Lasting Changes in December
Let’s make this year different. In this blog, we’ll explore why traditional New Year’s resolutions tend to fizzle out and guide you towards a more effective approach: sustainable habit formation, starting this December.
Buyer’s Guide to Strength Equipment for a Fit Holiday Season
To make your holiday shopping easier this year, we’ve created the ultimate strength equipment holiday gift guide full of recommendations that would make a perfect present for yourself, and your loved ones this Christmas.
Buyer’s Guide to Cardio Equipment for a Fit Holiday Season
Christmas is calling. Cold weather, turkey dinners, and holiday parties are coming, which means maintaining an active lifestyle is more important than ever. Stay on top of those Christmas cookies this year by adding something new to the top of your wish list: cardio equipment.
Treadmill vs. Elliptical: Which Cardio Machine is Right For You?
Treadmill and elliptical have earned their seat on the throne due to their versatility and effectiveness at burning calories and building strength. Which one is the best cardio machine for your home gym?
Embracing Hygge Wellness: Cozy Self-Care for Fall-Fitness Equipment
Hygge, pronounced ‘HOO-gah’, is a Nordic word that dates back to the 1800s. And while there’s no direct English translation, it essentially means a feeling of cozy contentment and well-being achieved through everyday experiences.
Training for Fall Races: Running and Beyond – A Comprehensive Guide for Vancouver Marathoners
A well-rounded marathon training plan that includes strength training, flexibility work, and alternative forms of cardio will enhance your performance and help reduce your risk of injury.
Fall Fitness: A Guide to Transition Your Workout Routine for Cooler Weather
How do you avoid falling off the fitness train this fall season? By transitioning your workouts indoors. When you exercise inside, you’ll be able to maintain a consistent fitness routine, regardless of the cold, dark, and wet weather conditions outdoors.