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Summer Struggles, Striving for Success 

Summertime, and the schedule goes all sideways … I realize this isn’t a universally-applicable situation, but for a person who is home with their kids out of school all summer, this season is … challenging, fitness wise (even with the flexibility of the AbsoluteFIT schedule!). There’s travel: My kids and I have already made one... Continue Reading →

Why Nancy Loves GSM!

For a long time, AVAC® Member Nancy Williams had relied solely on aerobic classes for her workout. She was advised to integrate weight training to better round out her routine. Once she did, she was hooked! Consider the following: Are you looking for a low-impact, guided workout on the fitness floor? Do you enjoy a... Continue Reading →

Kids Say the Darnedest Things 

Pride goeth before a fall … even in AbsoluteFIT. So, I’m feelin’ pretty good about my progress on my fitness goals: One Saturday morning in Absolute CORE, Oceana talked me into doing some one-legged pushups — well, I mean, we were all doing them, not just me, but it was one of those things I... Continue Reading →

AbsoluteFIT Friends #4: Meet Bridgette!

She’s fun, she’s friendly, she’s arm goals for life! If you go to the AbsoluteFIT studio in the mornings, you’re probably going to see Bridgette — she’s a regular, and her arms are the envy of the place after all the hard work she’s put in. I asked her some questions about her AbsoluteFIT experience:... Continue Reading →

Hiking as an Opportunity for Camaraderie

Submitted on behalf of Andrea Schwartz, long-time AVAC® Member One day in the spring of 2017, I joined my daughter for a hike. I never considered myself someone who would like hiking, always passing by that section whenever in a sporting goods store. However, something about an outside workout that can be as challenging as... Continue Reading →

Not all Calories are Created Equal

The New York Times recently reported on a new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) that busts some common myths about weight loss. According to this new study, weight loss can still occur without restricting calories by simply eating ‘real’ food and cutting out added sugar and refined carbohydrates. This... Continue Reading →

Olympic Inspirado 

The Olympics, to me, is primarily a spectacle of the most amazing things the human body can do. Since the opening ceremonies last Friday, I’ve had Olympic coverage on my TV non-stop, from morning to way too late at night. I can’t stop myself — it’s just endlessly fascinating, the vast array of skills, body... Continue Reading →

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