We want to take the hard work out of finding the right fitness program for you. HIIT (High-Intensity Interval Training) is a circuit training workout that is designed to torch fat and build lean muscle. But what makes FIT36 superior to other HIIT workouts?
One of the best activities we can do for our mental health is tracking and expressing gratitude. According to a study published in Personality and Individual Differences, grateful people experience fewer aches and pains and report feeling healthier than other people. They exercise more regularly
Many people think that endurance training for running is what you have to do in order to achieve your marathon or race goals, but the truth is Hight Intensity Interval Training (also known as HIIT) which is offered at FIT36 can help you crush your PRs and get you on the road to being the best runner you can be.
Finally, Spring has arrived! You’ve gotten used to hiding under those bulky coats and sweaters, but soon you’ll be pulling out those shorts, sundresses and sleeveless shirts that have been hiding in the back of your closet! Is your body summer ready?
Springtime provides us the opportunity to get outside, get some sun and get more active. It’s a time for...
Sleep is essential to our overall health and well-being. We spend up to one-third of our lives asleep, so it’s important to prioritize your own sleep health. It’s safe to say that most of us know that getting enough sleep is important, but how many of us really prioritize getting those crucial 8 hours?
According to a poll conducted by the Institute for Medicine and Public Health, it’s likely that you spend a whopping 56 hours a week sitting – staring at your computer screen at work, watching TV, driving. Sitting all day while working is very common these days. Even if you are a very energetic person, it’s almost unavoidable. Do you sit too much?
These top athletes spend day and night training to be their absolute best. They have a goal in sight and certainly know what they are training for. While you may not be an elite winter games athlete, it’s extremely important to know what you’re training for.
Wondering what to eat before and after your next HIIT High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) workout?
This type of workout involves moving quickly between cardio, bodyweight exercises and weight bearing exercises. The combination of these movements elevates the heart rate and gets the muscles working hard. This means the body needs both energy and nutrients to perform and...
It’s hard to believe that just a few years ago, we were being told (mostly women) that in order to be sexy, you must be skinny. Maintaining that thin figure meant that you must weigh a certain amount and consume a small number of calories. Society said you must be small, skinny and toned. But that's no longer the case.
We all know that the cold winter weather doesn’t do much for our motivation to exercise. It just sounds so much more appealing to stay in your nice warm bed instead of venturing outside for your next sweat session. If you’re experiencing feelings of depression, lethargy and irritability, aka the winter blues, you’re not alone, but what does the winter weather do to us physically?
It’s January and for some, that means cold, hibernation and comfort food. Fear not, there is a positive in all of this, it’s National Oatmeal Month! What’s more perfect than enjoying a steaming hot bowl of oatmeal during one of the coldest months of the year?
With New Year’s Eve and post-holiday parties looming in the very near future, chances are you could use a little healthful inspiration to stay in control with your food and drink. So how can you continue to eat healthy at parties?
Let the winter games begin. No, we’re not talking about THE winter games, we’re talking about the skiing, boarding, snowshoeing, and snow hiking you’ve been waiting to dive into. But are you prepped for these winter sports?