Archive for April 2021
Four Small In-Home Exercise Equipment Guidelines
Small in-home exercise equipment may add variety and challenge to your in-home exercise program and, when well designed, is a wonderful compliment to your health club/studio programs. Determining what equipment to purchase for your in-home use, however, takes a little bit of detective work. To assist you in this due diligence, consider the following four…Read More
Fitness Extra Credit
Just like we complete extra credit assignments when in school to boost our grade point average, your fitness level GPA may improve due to a little “extra credit (EC)” occasionally! While it is critical to consistently perform a well-designed exercise program, an extra fitness credit “assignment” may be just what you need to boost your…Read More
Get ready, get set, hike!
We live in one of the most spectacular settings in the world here in Grand County, Colorado. And, now that the snow is melting after a fabulous winter sport’s season, it is time to prepare for all of the warm weather outdoor activities at our door step. Mountain trail hiking is one of many excellent…Read More
JOIN US FOR MOUNTAIN ROW!
THE NEW SESSION BEGINS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8TH!
Climb On Board! A brand new four-week Small Group Training Program is beginning. This fun, total body workout is available to Mountain Life Fitness members and non-members alike so tell your friends. Under the expert instruction of Dani, one of our amazing certified personal trainers/coaches, this smart workout performed on the Water Rower—negligible impact and form-centric…Read More
Track Your Progress
Establishing a baseline of body measurements, which includes body weight, girth measurements, and body composition, is an essential aspect of tracking your health/fitness progress. Seeking out the services of a qualified and certified health/fitness professional to perform a thorough fitness assessment is one of the most effective approaches of establishing a baseline of body measurements.…Read More
Caloric Input and Output
Prior to beginning this discussion, it is worth noting that nutritional science is complex and there are dozens of variables that impact caloric output including the resting metabolic rate (i.e., RMR), the thermic effect of food (i.e., TEF) and excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (i.e., EPOC) all of which are important factors determining how, we as…Read More