No Gym? No Problem!

By Brian Slugocki Can’t make it to the gym? Get a one minute workout in. There are many times as a trainer I have heard clients or read posts from people saying that because they couldn’t make it to the gym, they weren’t able to get a workout in. Excuses ranging from “I didn’t have [...]

By |May 23rd, 2017|blog, Cardio, Fitness, Health, Weights, Workout Techniques|0 Comments

Warm-Ups: Do they matter?

By Milani Pickering BS, ACSM Is there a purpose for Pulse Fitness to post the warm-up on the board? Does it actually matter? If you are someone that knows what a warm-up is but not necessarily feel the need to do one, read this. There was a time that I totally looked over warming up and [...]

By |May 11th, 2017|blog, Cardio, Fitness, Health, Nutrition, Weights, Workout Techniques|0 Comments

Coaching Success

By Brian Slugocki The best-designed programs in the world are meaningless if we aren’t able to get athletes/clients to do them. I believe our job as coaches is to help clients create meaningful, lasting change in their peoples lives while guiding them towards achieving their desired goals. There are many ways to accomplish this task [...]

By |April 20th, 2017|blog, Cardio, Fitness, Health, Nutrition, Weights, Workout Techniques|0 Comments

What Makes a Great Coach?

By Brent Moore, CSCS Anybody who has ever played a sport or trained with a fitness coach can tell you that a good coach does more than just give you drills and count repetitions. A good coach can influence their client or athlete in a way that carries through their entire lives. Many athletes and [...]

By |April 18th, 2017|blog, Cardio, Fitness, Health, Nutrition, Weights, Workout Techniques|0 Comments

Failure to Fail

By Zach Columbia BS, NASM I grew up playing Baseball. In the game of baseball, you fail more than you succeed. A hitter who get a hit 3 out of 10 times is considered an All Star. Meaning they failed 7 times. Failure is a part of the game and it’s necessary to achieve success. Babe [...]

By |April 13th, 2017|blog, Cardio, Fitness, Health, Nutrition, Weights, Workout Techniques|0 Comments

Training Intensity: It Matters

By Brent Moore, CSCS One of the most frustrating things for any person who spends a lot of time at the gym, is repeatedly stepping on the scale or looking in the mirror and not seeing any results. You are eating better, exercising more, and the numbers and view remains the same. It can be demoralizing, [...]

Over Training or Under Recovering?

By Zach Columbia B.S. NASM By now, we’ve all grown pretty familiar with the term over training. As fitness coaches, we’re typically more concerned about getting our clients to work harder, as opposed to worrying about them working too hard. However, it’s a common thing for athletes and body builders to over train. Over training [...]

By |January 10th, 2017|blog, Cardio, Fitness, Health, Nutrition, Weights, Workout Techniques|0 Comments

Fitness Myths

By Raquel Lannes-Sherrill, MA, CSCS Due to popular media (magazines, internet, and fitness infomercials), it’s unfortunate that there are so many fallacies regarding fitness (fitness myths).  What’s worse is that the common population is misled, and these myths have become sort of accepted truths.  As a result, people waste their time and money following non-evidenced [...]

By |October 20th, 2016|Cardio, Fitness, Health, Nutrition, Weights, Workout Techniques|0 Comments

Don’t Worry Lift Happy

By Michael Simmer BS, CSCS, LMT, FST, TPI How many times have these words been said usually from female clients, “I just want to tone, not be bulky” Then they tell us about how they found this great home routine where they just use a can of soda to perform 100 reps to achieve this [...]

By |September 28th, 2016|Cardio, Fitness, Health, Nutrition, Weights, Workout Techniques|0 Comments

Glute Strength and Power in Sports and Life

By Brent Moore, CSCS Everybody wants to be the most powerful athlete on the field, no matter the sport. The most powerful baseball player hits the most homeruns, the most powerful golfer has the longest drive, and the most powerful boxer has the best chance at delivering a knockout punch. Power is defined as force [...]

By |September 28th, 2016|Cardio, Fitness, Health, Weights, Workout Techniques|0 Comments