Estimating Intensity

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From the last post, we learned that at least 30-min/day (or 150-min/wk) moderate-to-vigorous physical activity is the minimum needed to promote general health benefits. For additional health benefits, engaging in physical activity beyond the Federal Guidelines is encouraged – more is better! So, how do we gauge intensity? How do … Read More

Meet Cody & Kristin – Team Body Blast

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Starting Monday, March 23, Ridge Athletic Clubs will be hosting a new program, developed and run by two MSU students!   Here is a word from students, Cody Hill and Kristin Laird, about the development and implementation of their program at Ridge Athletic Clubs! “We are seniors at Montana State … Read More

Get Moving and Stay Moving

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It’s well known that regular physical activity can lead to many long-lasting health benefits. In fact, physical fitness is considered to be one of the most important markers to predict cardiovascular disease and mortality. What is physical fitness? Physical fitness encompasses a variety of fitness-related metrics such as aerobic endurance, … Read More

Setting Realistic Goals for 2015

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As a personal trainer I spend a majority of my day helping members and clients set and reach attainable goals. I have found goal setting to be a rewarding, fun, and frustrating part of my job! The rewarding part being the satisfaction I see in my clients when they have … Read More

Gaining the Mental Edge

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Whenever you come to the gym and exercise there comes a point at which you need to make a decision. “Do I continue to push myself and become a little better today or do I call it good?” Gaining the mental edge can make or break your workouts and if … Read More

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