By Joe Bala, Personal Trainer, and Dan Benton, Elite Personal Trainer
You reach into your closet and grab your favorite shirt — but there's a problem. It's wrinkled. In fact, it's so wrinkled it fits short. You tug at it as a quick fix but to no avail. You finally reach for the iron and, five minutes later, your shirt is wrinkle-free and ready for the day ahead.
By Dan Levin, Certified Personal Trainer
You've been down this road before. A year ago, you made New Year's resolutions that you confidently vowed to keep. Then, as they say, life happened. Throughout the year, work, kids' schedules, family obligations, celebrations of all sorts, and vacations mercilessly conspired to derail your fitness schedule and proper meal plan. Let’s not even talk about December.
But that's the reality of it.
By Amanda Richert
It can be tricky to stay in shape over the holidays. The weeks leading up to Christmas and New Year's — and even the few weeks after — are usually full of festive food and merriment, leaving little to no time to exercise. We asked ClubSport personal trainers for tips and tricks on how they stay motivated, healthy, and fit over the holidays, and here's what they said helps them survive the most dangerous (fitness-wise) time of the year.
By Jessica Phillips
I clearly remember the day I attended my first REV32 info night. I was a member of ClubSport San Jose and had been working at my weight loss goals for over a year, but I hadn't seen enough progress. As I sat there listening to the presentation, one particular sentence grabbed my attention: "What is your why? This is your driving force."
By ClubSport Wellness
There's a voice in your head – sometimes conscious and sometimes unconscious – that, when you're on the brink of starting a health or fitness program, will say "I can't do it," "I'm afraid I'll fail," or "I'll start next week." These and the countless other excuses you come up with are nothing other than self-sabotage trying to hold you back.