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We specialize in training those who are chronically busy with no time to make it to the gym. HomeFit provides you with the personal attention of a fitness professional, in the comfort of your own home or office.
Whether you're a business or medical professional, stay-home parent, or just someone who is completely strapped for time, we are the solution.
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It’s summertime! The days are longer, the sun is warmer, and we are feeling the heat! Every time I open my front door I get a blast of hot air that makes me want to turn around and go back inside my air conditioned house!
Even though the temperatures have been rising, I’ve still been wanting to get outside to exercise, as I’m sure many of you do too. As you head out in the blazing sun, there are a few things you need to keep in mind.
Summer vacations. They are wonderful times full of memory making adventures and much needed relaxation. The down side to a vacation is that we’re out of our daily routine. Our good exercise and eating habits are hard to maintain when we’re not home doing what we normally do. So how can we stay fit through our summer vacations? Here are five things to keep in mind as you plan your trip:
For all you serious (and not-so-serious) runners out there, you know that running often leads to injury. Because running involves repetitive pounding movements, it takes a toll on your feet, legs, hips, and back. Most runners have experienced an injury at some point or another. These injuries range from small annoyances that go away in a day or two to serious problems that disrupt training for months and even years. Luckily it doesn’t have to be this way!
Hiking is a great way to explore, spend time together as family and friends, and get some exercise! While hiking might sound intimidating to some, the great thing about it is there is a hike for everyone. Once you start looking around in your area you’ll find short, flat, beginner hikes; longer intermediate hikes; and more advanced, technical hikes.
Have you ever decided to cut back on calories, but couldn’t deal with the hunger? I feel your pain! (Literally!) I do not like being hungry, and I would bet that most of you don’t either. The good news is that there is a way to eat less calories while still feeling full! It all comes down to energy-dense versus nutrient-dense foods.
Stress. How do we deal with it? Some would say meditation, massage, therapy, eating chocolate, maybe even just working harder. But there is a better way to cope with our stress, and that is through exercise!
Should I stretch before my workout? Is it important to stretch when I finish exercising? These are questions that have been tossed around among fitness professionals and exercise scientists for years.
Eating. It’s something we all do every day. It’s essential. We spend a good portion of each day preparing food, deciding on food for meals, shopping for food, and eating food. Unfortunately, this essential part of our lives is unenjoyable for many people.
Osteoporosis is a very serious problem affecting over 10 million people living in the U.S. Preventing osteoporosis from ever occurring is best, but you can also improve your health after a diagnosis of osteoporosis. One of the best ways to prevent and treat osteoporosis and low bone mass is to exercise.
Daily "move breaks" can help to improve your health both physically and psychologically. Here are some suggested exercises to add during your "recess" time.