Rolling in the New Year brings new hope, new beginnings – and of course – New Year goals. It’s time to break free from the shackles of the previous 12 months. You’ve learned from your mistakes, and now it’s time to work on your success. Read More
When we think of the holidays a number of things spring to mind: parties, fantastic food, and delicious drinks, sleeping late and traveling to see the family. Unfortunately, this doesn’t leave much time for our workouts, and we tend to let them fall by the wayside. Have you ever said to yourself, “It’s ok, I’ll start again in the New Year”
Being uncomfortable at the gym is no picnic in the park. This can occur for many reasons: poor body image, the fear that comes from having been away for too long, or low energy levels and motivation from a lack of exercise over a long period of time. Whatever the case, sometimes the prospect of returning to the gym can make you so dang unhappy you’d do almost anything to avoid it. Welp, that’s natural, and we don’t need to tell you how important it is to go anyway but we are going to give you a few tips so you can start getting a little cozier in the gym.