What’s Your Fitness Baseline?

Continuing on in our new series "The Vail Blog" - A monthly blog piece discussing the "ABC's" of discipline in health, fitness and wellness. via - Jackie Vail, Personal Trainer, Team AVAC® The Vail Blog - "B" Where or what is your fitness Baseline? What's a baseline? To be simple, a starting point. To see... Continue Reading →

Lydia’s AbsoluteFIT Journey | Counterintuitive Activity

I did not want to work out today. At all. I had a long, tiring day yesterday taking care of a kid who had been pukey-sick all weekend but was now on the mend, and then I stayed up too late with my husband and a glass or three of wine (watching Better Call Saul... Continue Reading →

How to Fix the Most Common Workout Mistakes

via - Greatist.com | JC Deen and Jon-Erik Kawamoto If you didn’t know much about servicing a car, you wouldn’t lift the hood and start pulling wires, right? This same analogy can be applied to working out, but often times, the answer is a little different. From injury-causing techniques that make trainers cringe to programs that bring... Continue Reading →

8 Social Networks for Fitness Freaks

via Eric Larson - Mashable Motivation plays an essential role in exercising. Without it, working out just becomes...working.If you don't have a partner to push you through your lifting routines — "One more set, bro, you got this!" — consider these eight social networks instead. They're designed to keep track of your workouts, count your calories and, above all,... Continue Reading →

One Exercise To Know This Week: Planks

via Mackenzie Kruvant & Chris Ritter - BuzzFeed This simple pose is a fitness building block. How you do it: Why you should know it: The plank is an exercise all fitness buffs should know. It helps with wrist and arm strength as well as core activation. With endless variations, the exercise seamlessly shifts from beginner to advanced. The... Continue Reading →

30 Minute Workout

via Repin Catalogue Even on busy days you can find at least 30 minutes to workout. Before school, before work, before bed, after work, after school, on your break…etc. It’s just getting the motivation to do it. Here is a quick work out for busy days or lazy days.  

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