Tips From Our Trainers
Yesterday, I ran my first marathon. It took ten years, marriage, grad school and two little boys to decide I wanted to do it. Running the marathon is probably the hardest thing I’ve done.
Who can count all the health-influencers out there? They include stress, diet, genetics, exercise, sleep—sure—but there’s another factor, and a main reason why “one size fits all” can never apply itself to health.
This tip is from BB Personal Trainer R.P. Stuart. Don’t shy away from lifting weights! Weightlifting is crucial for improving definition, bone density, and it’s incredibly effective at burning calories.
This tip is from BB Personal Trainer Rachel Ross. For most people, Push-Up Progress is tied directly to core strength – Increase your time spent on core strength and stability and the push-ups should get stronger.
This tip is from BB Personal Trainer Brad Allen. A session of Isometric Contractions, for problem areas or any areas of the body that need increased strength, can greatly increase muscle tone, strength and responsiveness.
This tip is from BB Personal Trainer Shandy Smith. By bringing the shoulders back and down, what we call “stacking”, you activate many of the shoulder stabilizing muscles. Do it for your health & shoulder safety.