Introducing the Inbody 270!

The InBody 270 measures and records an individual's weight, skeletal muscle mass, and body fat percentage. By combining data from previous scans this device can accurately track progress over time.  The InBody 270 is made to measure body composition. Body composition is a method of describing what the body is made of:  fat, muscle, and body water. This device can show change in fat mass vs muscle mass which directly correlates to your body mass index (BMI), and percent body fat (PBF).   Go deeper than just your scale weight with the InBody 270. This is essential with individuals who want to increase muscle mass and decrease body fat. With its 98% accuracy rate, this machine can easily give you updated body composition data in seconds.  The InBody 270 Test provides…

October Sugar & Alcohol Challenge

Join us for our October Sugar & Alcohol Challenge! The challenge runs from Oct 1-31 and costs $10 to participate.  The goal of this challenge is to make you more aware of your sugar and alcohol intake during the month of October.  This usually tends to be the month that we start to give into more temptation as we approach the Holidays.  Perfection is not expected during this challenge, but our goal is to hold you accountable for making better decisions when it comes to sugar and alcohol.   Here are the rules: - Register on the clipboard under the TV at the gym.  Payment can be made via cash or your Zen Planner account. - You will track daily in Train Heroic whether or not you consumed any alcoholic…

Why Being Injured was the Best Thing to Happen to Me

Why Being Injured was the Best Thing to Happen to Me While that may not be entirely true, because being injured sucked, it has shaped me into the person that I am today. This blog post is meant to emphasize the importance of having a personal trainer during an injury and how it can help you not only recover faster, but stay committed in the gym. I learned how appreciate my body for being able to do all the things it was capable of- big and small. I forgot how much I took for granted being able to walk up and down stairs, get in and out of bed, drive my car, go to the grocery store by myself, and lift heavy weights. At times, I wondered what I did…