Getting Results

Exercise training can have huge impacts on body composition, muscle function, cardiorespiratory fitness and overall quality of life. A study in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research evaluated the effects of receiving exercise training from a certified professional versus self-directed exercise training on body mass and other fitness-related measures … 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

Total Body Transformation Project | Update from Elizabeth

Wow, this has been a busy month! My commitment to exercise and healthier eating was tested in several ways. Mid October, my son and I went to visit my mom and grandma and aunts and uncles for a week. Our schedule was completely off, I had no access to a … Read More

Total Body Transformation Project | Update from Chris

Meet Chris.  He was chosen by the Ridge and Complete Nutrition as one of our weight gain candidates for the Total Body Transformation Project.  While honorably serving in the US Military, he suffered a debilitating back injury that caused him significant weight loss.  He turned to the Total Body Transformation … Read More

Fitness Matters | Physical Activity….What?

What is the difference between physical activity and exercise? Why should we be physically active?  What are the benefits? These are very common questions I often hear regarding physical activity and exercise. What is it? Physical activity can be defined as any movement that expends energy. Exercise is a type … Read More

Fitness Matters | Fitting in Fitness!

With fall approaching and school-related schedules resuming, our schedules tend to get very busy very quickly. As a result, one of the first items that tend to take the back seat is “us.” We get busy and either reduce or completely disregard time for ourselves. For those who value a … Read More

A Healthy Lifestyle Can Reduce Inflammation?

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Chronic inflammation is emerging as a very important factor related to disease risk such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes and even some cancers. In fact elevations in C-reactive protein, which is a common biomarker of inflammation, have been shown to predict the development of diabetes and hypertension more accurately than body … Read More

Modifying Risk Factors For A Healthier You! Part 1

  For those of you that weren’t able to make it to the first session of our Free Health Series “Modifying Risk Factors For A Healthier You with Eddie Davila,” not to worry, we’ve got a recap so you don’t miss out! Part 1 of the series covered blood pressure, … Read More