Run the NYC Marathon with us!

Okay, you can’t really run the marathon with us but you can support two of Nimble’s very own as they run for a great cause. On November 02, 2014 studio manager, Grace Shon, and Nimble Fitness co-founder, Daniel Lucas, will be running to help raise money for WITNESS. WITNESS is a Brooklyn-based nonprofit that trains […]

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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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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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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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Healthy Back (Video) Series / Part I

Hello! This is the first of a three-part video series on how to have and maintain a healthy back. Let’s start this week with your lower back. Lower back health is a multi-billion dollar business in the U.S, with a very high percentage of people experiencing some type of lower back pain during their lifetime. […]

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The Reverse Lunge

By Tyler Farrish … The safest and most effective variation of lunging is the reverse lunge.   When you reverse your lunge, the effects on the muscles are the same, but less stress is placed on the knees because they cannot extend beyond the toes.  And by taking a step backwards instead of forwards, it is […]

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Pullups …can you? How many?

Pullups are one of the best exercises to increase upper body strength. They force you to lift your own body-weight without the use of equipment. Unfortunately they are also one of the most difficult exercises.  Many adults can’t do a single repetition.  Not to worry!  There’s still hope. Raising The Bar: The Definitive Guide to […]

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