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Tuesday, February 18 2020 / Published in Gym
Set reminders to exercise
Are you still keeping your annual commitment to yourself? You know, the one you made in January. If your honest answer is no, we want to invite you to join the Resilient 100 Club. It’s so easy it’s brilliant. All you do is check into the gym 100 times this year and you’re a member.
Thursday, December 26 2019 / Published in Gym
physical fitness in 2020
Let’s get in front of those physical fitness New Year’s resolutions, shall we? People who make resolutions in January have only a 20% chance of keeping them, which isn’t surprising given that it can take two to eight months to form a new habit. Habits resist being changed. This can lead to inconsistency and failure.
Friday, December 06 2019 / Published in Gym
Resilient Fitness personal trainer
Everybody secretly – or not so secretly – wants to be in better physical shape. It affects how you’re perceived in the culture and how you think of yourself. If you want to win…over injury …over atrophy…or just over your own perceived limitations, you can do it. Will, a personal trainer and CrossFit coach, is
Tuesday, October 22 2019 / Published in Equestrian, Gym
equestrian fitness trainer
With the Winter Equestrian Festival and the 2020 Polo Tournament right around the corner, we took the time to chat with expert equestrian trainer, Diego Piriz. Diego has been training riders since 2007. He worked for the International Polo Club for more than six years and now works as a personal trainer trainer serving individual
Friday, August 16 2019 / Published in Gym
abs workout
Lately, it seems that everyone’s goal is to find the perfect abs workout. When you search Google for “abs workout” you have a choice of 13.2M links to click on. On the first two pages you will find the word “best” used 5 times, the word “core” used 6 times, and the phrase “six pack”
Friday, June 07 2019 / Published in Gym
HIIT workout or endurance training
Cardio has been a thing for more than 50 years. Ever since Dr. Kenneth Cooper published “Aerobics” in 1968, people have been talking about how much and what type of cardio you need to be healthy. Dr. Cooper has “written 18 more books since, but this was the one that set the course, the plan
Friday, April 12 2019 / Published in Gym
There are tons of exercises you could use to develop and strengthen your glutes. One search on youtube for “glute exercises” yields 124,000 results. But lets be honest, we don’t have enough time to test them all out, nor do you have time to learn the correct form and technique on your own. That’s why
Friday, April 12 2019 / Published in Equestrian, Gym
An Equestrian's Guide to Fitness: Top Ten Tips
The world’s top equestrians know they need to spend time at the gym. In a recent article on CNN, Olympian Laura Kraut talks about how equestrian fitness has become an integral part of her training regimen. “I work out regularly, probably more four or five days of the week,” Kraut, a 52-year-old American who won
Sunday, March 31 2019 / Published in Gym
Lower your stress with exercise
Life can be stressful. Sometimes you will have to deal with a ton of stress thrown at you, and in many cases – you need to deal with it in a “positive” way. Stress, as we know, can arise from a variety of things – such as family problems, job problems, financial difficulties, poor health,
Saturday, March 23 2019 / Published in Gym, Nutrition
    You may have heard people say “I have a slow metabolism,” or “I have a fast metabolism.” It’s as if they think of their metabolism the same way they think of their liver – like it is some mechanism or some separate thing with a specific bodily task (that task being burning food).