Go Take A hike!

by Antonio Sini … There is no better time than the fall to get outdoors! Hiking is one of my favorite ways to exercise in the fall. It’s truly an underrated activity and, like all exercise, has many health benefits. When you hike, your workouts can be different each time, depending on which trails you […]

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PAIN IN THE FOOT?

by Daniel Lucas … Ok, let’s pop in the video and get jumping!  At least that’s what my sister Patti did with her new exercise program. Day 1 through Day 5, she did a lot of jumping, from low to high intensity.  She continued to follow her video exercise program till week 7, when it […]

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What may be causing you repeated ankle sprains?

By Daniel Lucas … Have you ever rolled your ankle? If you have, it’s likely your glutes on the same-side hip have altered neurologically, turning down your glute medius strength like a night light on low. There have been multiple studies showing that glute activity is inhibited after an ankle sprain. It’s one reason why […]

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The Plank! – Are They All Created Equal?

This often-used core stability exercise can be done in many ways, but are they all equally effective? Let’s take a look inside the strength-building pillar plank. First, let’s talk about what the plank is intended to do for us. It’s mostly an isometric hold exercise, but there are many variations which add some movement, whether […]

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Training to Stay Ahead of Injury in Adventure Racing

by Keith Paine … The spring and summer are primetime for adventure races like the Spartan Race and the Tough Mudder. These outdoor obstacle courses are all the rage in the fitness world, but there can be a major price to pay for the everyday person stepping up to the challenge. Injuries happen at every […]

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Time for a change

by Antonio Sini I’m guessing you don’t eat the exact same thing every day? If you do, we should talk! Not only would that get boring after a week or two, but you’re likely to miss key nutrients that come from eating a variety of foods. Variety is just as important when it comes to […]

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Form And Efficiency

by Daniel Lucas … Are you getting the most out of every strength exercise? It’s an interesting question–one that we ask here at Nimble Fitness all the time. What we’ve discovered is that an exercise’s maximum benefit really depends on you, and where you are at with your training program. If you are new to […]

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New Year New You

by Antonio Sini . There is no better time than the New Year to create a new approach to getting yourself healthy. A New Year’s solution—instead of a resolution–means creating long-term success, by taking action and beginning the process of improving your health. We’ve all experienced short-term motivation. Many of us start the New Year […]

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Reduce Your Health Care Costs TODAY!

While the President and Congress debate health insurance coverage for every American, you can start your own personal Heath Care Reform right now. There are steps you can take today that make a tremendous difference to your health—and they don’t cost a thing. In fact, we’ve created a Health Reform plan that will save you […]

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Healthy Lower Back Part III

by Daniel Lucas … When we take a deeper look into why people in America are spending billions of dollars to try and relieve lower back pain, we have to start the conversation by talking about the nature of our mostly sedentary, repetitive lives. An average day in our society–sitting all day at the computer, […]

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Exercise Outdoors During the Fall

by Christina Perinhas … As we enter into Fall, people tend to forget that this is an excellent time to work on your fitness outside. The weather isn’t too hot or too cold, which means it is perfect to get that workout in! Here are some of my tips for fall workouts: Stay Hydrated: Sometimes […]

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7 Reasons Your Workouts Don’t Deliver Better Results

By Antonio Sini … 1. You do the same exercise routine every week. If you do the same routine over and over—or play the same sport, or take the same class every week–your muscles will quickly adapt and you’ll hit a plateau, with each workout becoming less and less effective. However, if you challenge your […]

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Immunity and Health

by Antonio Sini … A little over two years ago, I was diagnosed with Lyme disease. Today I am Lyme-free and exercising regularly, but it’s only now that I realize how constantly fatigued my body was when I had the disease. Especially my immune system! If I caught a simple cold, for example, it would […]

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Healthy Back (Video) Series / Part II

Hello! This is the 2nd of a three-part video series on how to have and maintain a healthy lower back. In last month’s newsletter, we explained how proper hydration, nutrition and rest can lay a good foundation for having a healthier, happier lower back. This week, we’ll move forward and talk a little about what’s […]

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Beating the Late Summer Workout Blues

By Christina Perinhas … We have all been there. It’s the middle of August, it’s hot, and we fall into that workout slump. It’s like pulling teeth just to get to the gym door or to get outside for a run. Let’s face reality: physical activity is in constant competition with everything else in our […]

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Meet Your Muscle

by Christina Perinhas … There are about 650 muscles and millions of individual fibers within our body, so becoming acquainted with each one would be a difficult task.  However, when it comes to your body, knowledge is power.  The better you understand your major muscles and what they are capable of the more you can […]

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