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January 2019

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Fitness: Make it a Habit Not Just a Resolution

Every year is a clean slate to start again with your fitness goals. You can either try a new diet or enroll in a personal fitness training program in Seattle. But working out shouldn't just be a New Year's resolution; it should be a habit. Here's why. Stay Fit, Stay Healthy About 22.4 percent of the population of Seattle is suffering from obesity. And 16.6 percent of the residents of Seattle also have no physical activity. Obesity is a serious, chronic disease that can lead to other serious conditions, such as bone and joint disease, type 2 diabetes, and heart disease. A proper and regular workout can lower your...

Stay Fit This Holiday: Tips and Tricks to Sneak in a Quick Workout

It's hard enough to stick to a consistent workout routine, but add holiday festivities to the mix,  and you may find yourself placing 'hitting the gym' on the bottom part of your daily to-do list. Don't worry, though. We're here to offer a few tips on how to squeeze in a workout during the busy holiday season.   Walk a Full Lap Around the Mall Going to the mall to buy gifts for your loved ones? Wear your walking shoes, and prepare to take a quickly paced, full-lap walk around the mall before you enter your preferred shops. This way, you get to...

Having a Personal Trainer Helps You Overcome the Dreaded CrossFit Plateau

The first months of CrossFit are the honeymoon stage: you just can’t get enough of it. You wake up determined to crush that workout of the day (WOD). You invest in workout wardrobe and read up on the best CrossFit diets. You make tremendous progress. During this time, your CrossFit life seems like it would never slow down. For most people, however, CrossFit careers do slow down.   CrossFit Plateau: The Tell-Tale Signs This downtime is called the plateau. There’s a dramatic decrease in the results — gone are the huge rookie gains. When put in a graph, your numbers begin to flatten and taper off. Your motivation drops,...