Whether you are a novice or veteran exerciser, you may benefit from our personal training program here at Mountain Life Fitness. There really is no downside. This is an investment in yourself, your body and mind and pays excellent health and fitness dividends. The Benefits for Novice Exercisers -An exercise program designed specifically for you,…

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  Friday, December 9th – Bring a Friend to Workout Day Friday, December 9th – Begin the WOW group exercise classes on the fitness floor again on Friday nights only ($5.00/person—all membership types are welcome!) Sunday, December 11th – Move it and Lose It Challenge ends Saturday, December 24th – close at noon in observance…

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Your Personal Fitness Level:  Where do you want to be this time next year? As we enter the end of 2016 it is time to assess your fitness success throughout this year.  If you have achieved your fitness goals here at Mountain Life Fitness, congratulations and keep up the incredible work!  However, if you have…

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Wow—what an amazing summer and fall 2016 we have had at Mountain Life Fitness thanks to you and your patronage and support! Thank you from all of us at MLF! But, wait until you see what is in the works for 2017! We are beginning our build-out of a multi-purpose space upstairs and this space,…

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Monday, August 15th – Bring a Friend to Workout day Tuesday, August 16th – Essential Oils Open House – 8AM- Noon Saturday, August 20th – Step Interval Workshop – 10:30AM-11:30AM Monday, September 5th – Labor Day – Closed Sunday, September 11th – reopen on Sundays from 8AM-Noon through Memorial Day 2017 September TBD – Four-week…

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Unplug for Added Benefits

Many days when observing our members working on the fitness floor, they are on one of their devices, talking on the phone, texting, emailing or surfing the web. Here is a challenge for the next 30 days – unless you are expecting a critical call or text in the next hour, turn off your tech…

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Benefits of Power Training

Power, defined for the purposes of our discussion, simply means the combination of strength and speed. And, while you may perform skills that are strength or speed based alone; it is the combination of these two components that produces power. A practical example of power might be two road cyclists racing and the one who…

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Two years of fitness

Our second anniversary was June 23rd and we would like to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of you for all of your support and patronage!  We are moving full steam ahead for the rest of 2016 and beyond and are excited to continue providing the highest quality fitness experience to you…

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Last week we discussed the circuit training protocols and this week, the protocols of interval training will be highlighted. As mentioned, you may utilize interval training within a circuit training format. However, interval training drills may be integrated into many different training formats including outdoor cycling, indoor group cycling, Olympic/power lifting, swimming, track/field and every…

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While it is certainly true that there are dozens of circuit training formats, there are a few general protocols that may ensure the safest and most effective training outcomes. Circuit training simply defined is training stations set up in a “circle” to enable the participant to follow the “circle” pattern efficiently (i.e. station one is…

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