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Spring Clean Your Pantry

Category : Healthy Eating

Now is the time to spring clean your pantry!


  • Want to lose weight?
  • Want to have more energy?
  • Want to feel good about what you are eating?


Cleaning out your pantry and changing your shopping patterns may seem like a lot of work up front, however once you have adopted the whole foods lifestyle you will feel much better about what you and your family are eating, have more energy and most likely lose weight.

You can do it…click here to find out how!!

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Pilates Spring Schedule

Category : Upcoming Events

Paula Kiley has announced her Pilates Spring Schedule!



     

Pilates 101 Thursdays 5:30 pm

This class is designed to teach you the fundamental principles of Pilates that will help you go on to be a successful Pilates enthusiast!! After all, you wouldn’t build a house without a solid foundation, would you? Once you master these five principles of movement you may move into the 102 and Intermediate classes.

Intermediate Pilates Tuesdays & Thursdays 8:30 am

These mat classes are designed to challenge the student who has mastered the Pilates 101 exercises. Intermediate classes are less instructional, more challenging and yes, FUN! We incorporate some of the greatest Pilates moves using foam rollers, BOSUs, fitness circles, and stability balls. This class will leave you feeling stronger, more flexible and ready to tackle what life brings your way.

Cost: 7 weeks for $84

Session begins Week of April 10th



For more information or to reserve your spot

Contact Paula pkpilates@gmail.com or 737-0818

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Foam Roller Workshop

Category : Upcoming Events

Join us on Saturday, March 18th for the Foam Roller Workshop!
















11 am-12:30 pm



Cost:$20



Learn hands-on self-myofascial release using foam rollers and small balls.

• Improve range of motion
• Improve athletic performance
• Promote body relaxation
• Relieves pain


Register Now

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Partner Training with Medicine Ball

Category : Exercise

Partner training with a friend or family member is a great way to add fun to your fitness routine AND save money too!

This week’s featured partners: Joanne & Ed

Stand sideways to your partner. Swing the the ball up and away from your partner; then swing it across your body and throw it to your partner. This exercise will increase core strength and reaction time.
 

Check out our video of the week!

 

Partner training keeps them motivated!

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Partner Training Core Exercise

Category : Exercise

Partner training with a friend or family member is a great way to add fun to your fitness routine AND save money too!

This week’s featured partners: Kim & Rebecca (a sister act)

Great core exercise for partner training: Partner on left is rotating and using oblique muscles while partner on right performs an isometric abdominal brace.
 

Check out our video of the week!

 
 
 Kim says:
I like partner training with my sister because it pushes me to work harder.

Rebecca says:
Scheduling with Kim makes me show up because I know if I don’t she’s going to text me and ask “Where are you!?!?”
 
If you are interested in partner training, invite a friend to join you or talk to your trainer to help you find someone with similar abilities and schedule.

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FAQ’s about Exercise and your Heart

Category : Exercise

February is Heart Health Month


Of course, you’ve heard that you can reduce your risk of heart disease with exercise, but we wanted answer some FAQ’s about Exercise and your Heart because the confused mind won’t take action.


How Much? How Often? Read more about the American Heart Association’s recommendations


What should my heart rate be? Read more about monitoring your intensity level


Should I do Cardio or Strength first? Read more…it depends


How can I get the most out of cardio training? Read more about maximizing your cardio

 

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Pilates Winter Schedule

Category : Upcoming Events

Paula Kiley has announced her Pilates Winter Schedule!



     

Pilates 101 Thursdays 5:30 pm

This class is designed to teach you the fundamental principles of Pilates that will help you go on to be a successful Pilates enthusiast!! After all, you wouldn’t build a house without a solid foundation, would you? Once you master these five principles of movement you may move into the 102 and Intermediate classes.

Pilates 102 (Advanced Beginner) Tuesdays 5:30 pm

If you have taken Pilates 101 (maybe one or two sessions) but lacking the confidence of moving onto the Intermediate mat class…… this is the class for you!  I will continue to challenge you with more difficult moves and will give verbal cues and corrections so you can feel confident as you work on mastering the 5 principles in your Pilates practice.

Intermediate Pilates Tuesdays & Thursdays 8:30 am

These mat classes are designed to challenge the student who has mastered the Pilates 101 exercises. Intermediate classes are less instructional, more challenging and yes, FUN! We incorporate some of the greatest Pilates moves using foam rollers, BOSUs, fitness circles, and stability balls. This class will leave you feeling stronger, more flexible and ready to tackle what life brings your way.

Cost: 8 weeks for $96

Session begins February 7th



For more information or to reserve your spot

Contact Paula  pkpilates@gmail.com or 737-0818

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New Year’s Resolution Success

Category : Exercise, Healthy Eating

A University of Scranton study suggests that only 8% of people achieve New Year’s Resolution Success.


How can you make 2017 a success?

  • Set behavior based goals
  • Track yourself on a daily/weekly basis
  • Reward yourself for sticking with it
  • Forgive yourself if you’re not perfect
Read more New Year Resolution Success 2017

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Managing Stress this Holiday Season

Category : Active Living

Americans, in general,  are stressed out and the holidays just put the icing on the cake.  According to the American Medical Association, stress is a factor in more than 75% of sickness today. Also, according to the World Health Organization, stress is America’s #1 Health Problem.

Don’t let stress ruin your holidays!

 

Read Managing Stress this Holiday Season

 

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Holiday Survival Guide

Category : Exercise, Healthy Eating

Get through December without putting on the pounds read our Holiday Survival Guide!


It’s hard to stick to a healthy eating and exercise plan during the holidays. Everywhere you turn there are tempting foods and drinks—from treats at the office to your traditional family favorites. When you add in a busy schedule filled with shopping and social events that make it tough to squeeze in exercise, you have a recipe for disaster as far as your scale is concerned.


Read Holiday Survival Guide