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Stretching: Why It's Important

Stretching isn’t glamorous and can be a little discomforting if you haven’t done it since high school P.E. class. However, it doesn’t matter if you’re a world class athlete or a weekend warrior, stretching should be added back into your active lifetstyle and gym routine. 459 more words


The National Academy of Sports Medicine has been around for 30 years and is generally considered the “gold standard” for personal training programs. This was probably the primary reason I chose NASM. 448 more words


One Full Week of Class = DONE!

Oh happy day! I started my online courses toward my CPT and FNS and it is actually going really well so far! I mean it is only a week so there hasn’t been a whole lot of stress or pressure, but I’m still hopeful that this process is going to go pretty smoothly. 580 more words


Hi, it's Jess pt. 2

Wow, thank you so much everyone who has checked out this blog. I’m excited to see where it goes and how it takes off.

This post will go into more depth about me, my little family, and the changes that have happened recently or are happening now. 500 more words


Why? Why not.


There’s so many blogs out there but this one is mine. This could be the one that changes your life. This could be the one that changes MY life. 144 more words


Work with a Trainer for Better Results

Have you ever wondered if working with a strength coach or personal trainer is right for you or your children, or worth the money?  Well, according to research from UCLA,  302 more words

Strength And Conditioning

Certified Personal Trainer! I'm One Now!

I made it!  Studying for NASM (National Academy of Sports Medicine) Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) certification required a lot of studying – for my middle-aged mind, mind you!

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