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We’ve all heard the expression, "An apple a day keeps the doctor away." Well, I’ve got a good question for you: What if it’s true? Wouldn’t that be easy to do—to eat an apple a day? Here’s the problem: It’s also easy not to do. – Jim Rohn When it comes to physical fitness, humans are quintessentially human. We all want a quick fix. We want that magic pill. In short, we want results without having to work for them. The best fitness tips are the simplest ones: eat right and exercise.

We had a couple come into the gym a few weeks ago and they were skittish about starting another training program. They had had such a bad experience with another trainer that it made them nervous about starting another exercise and diet regimen. As a personal trainer myself (and the owner of a gym), I hate to see people miss out on hitting their fitness goals as a result of a bad experience. Subpar trainers, gyms, workouts, and diets can all be prevented! Here's what to expect when you first start working

The holidays can be hectic and in hectic times, exercise routines can crash. This usually starts with the holiday mindset. We convince ourselves that we are too busy for a full training session, so why bother? We miss one session, then another, and eventually it snowballs into a week, two weeks, and finally, "I'll just start back in January." Make a stance! This will not happen this year. Commit to doing your normal training, but if you can't, do this 15-minute workout instead. This workout isn't designed to torch fat or build