Every year they come and go, you know who we’re talking about, the New Years Resolutioners. While their intentions are great and we want them so much to succeed, the truth is most of them don’t make it past February. Here at The Ridge, we want you all of you … Read More
My name is Janet Cassidy and I moved to Bozeman almost 4 years ago. When I moved to Bozeman I weighed 330lbs and was a type II diabetic. I didn’t struggle with my weight, I just lived with it. I was never a yo yo dieter I just enjoyed … Read More
The Ridge is pleased to announce we have a new nutritionist on staff, Jaimie Noble! She will be hosting a free nutrition seminar Wednesday, July 14th at 6:30 pm called “Inside the Food Pyramid.” Come explore all of the food groups and learn how to get the right amount in each. The … Read More
Check out this article Personal Trainer Jackie Corcoran forwarded to me. It talks about the many complex reasons people struggle to lose weight but gives you solutions on how to combat them! It’s Hard to Lose Weight http://exercise.about.com/od/weightloss/a/10_weightloss.htm?r=et
This is a well-written, easily understandable, interesting book on the very serious subject of overeating. The book is broken into six parts with relatively small chapters ranging in size from approximately three pages to eleven pages in length with many in the four to seven page range. The first part, … Read More
Summer is right around the corner…that means pulling out your unforgiving bikinis and boardshorts. Get ready for summer by revamping your normal routine. If you’ve been doing the same 45 minute cardio sesh while watching America’s Next Top Model at the same intensity level, try adding some exercises that get … Read More
Track your food and exercise. Keeping a food log is one of the best ways to manage your diet and nutrition, but who wants to go around carrying a notebook and writing down everything they eat all the time? If you’re like me, you get a booklet and end up … Read More
If you made the resolution to exercise more, lose weight, or gain muscle, are you sticking with it? If the answer is no, it’s not too late–it’s never too late. Start today.