1. March Warm-Up Routine.

    Move better and feel better! The Forge-Rx trainers bring your March’s warm-up. Watch it, use it, feel the difference. Happy training! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6lSKe3Ccz5g&t=4s…Read More

  2. The Dreaded Weight Loss Stall

    I wanted to write a short and simple post about what to do when your weight loss stalls. First off, be patient, just because you didn’t lose weight one week doesn’t mean you won’t the following. If weight loss was linear and you lost weight each week everyone would do it. PLAY THE LONG GAME! L…Read More

  3. Fitness Classes at Forge RX Fitness Center

    At Forge RX, we have created our own results-driven group fitness classes that are aimed at helping our members to reach any fitness goal. Our fitness instructors are trained to provide each participant with the best workout to reach individual goals. Whether you are new to the gym and working out o…Read More

  4. February Member of the Month

    Jeb always has a smile on his face which is why we are excited to have him as February's Member of the Month! How old are you and where are you from? I am 32 years old and from good ole Winder,GA. What hobbies do you have outside of the gym? If I am not working or at the gym, you can typically find …Read More

  5. Structured Flexibility

    Yes, you need structure to be successful when it comes to nutrition. Eat a lot of the same foods on a weekly basis. Meal prep Sundays. And consistency with hitting your daily macros. It’s all important. But, a little bit of structured flexibility wouldn’t hurt you. You need to learn how to eat o…Read More

  6. Take Your Plank a Level Up

    The plank is probably the most common and well known core exercise, just because of its pure simplicity. Often mistaken for the fad that swept Myspace in 2009 (sarcasm), planking is a great way to strengthen your core while learning what a neutral position with the head, neck, and spine should look …Read More

  7. Improving Overhead Function: Fix Your Spine

    With the amount of shoulder injuries that occur every year in baseball players I think it’s important we as coaches, trainers, and parents understand and appreciate the spine and what it can facilitate and inhibit when it comes to shoulder function. From professional players to little leaguer’s …Read More

  8. Improving Desk Posture

    Rounded shoulders or “upper crossed syndrome” is arguably the most common irregular posture. We are more sedentary than ever and with the development of laptops, tablets, and smart phones, it has made for a postural disaster. Spending large portions of the day seated, not only increases the risk…Read More

  9. Master the Program or Master the Technique

    Does the program matter if everything else sucks? I don’t want to have a debate over what type of program is best or what type of program elicits the biggest gains, the most sweat, or the most likes on Instagram. I think many different programs can work and to be honest its more about execution th…Read More

  10. What Are You Waiting For?

    What is stopping you? What is holding you back? What reason do you have to not… Feel more confident after losing 30 pounds. Getting rid of that knee pain. Building a better relationship with food. Imagine how AMAZING you will feel. What do you need to do to move forward? Do ONE thing. NOT 10. To m…Read More