1. What is Medical Weight Loss?

    Medical weight loss has been a part of healthcare for ages, as obesity has been proven to cause and complicate many chronic diseases and the healthcare field recognizes the extreme importance of maintaining a healthy weight and regular exercise has on a person’s health status. However, in more rec…Read More

  2. 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

  3. 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

  4. Strength Tips for Lower Back Pain

    Let’s face it Americans spend a lot of time of their butts. The population spending the most time on their bums are adolescents and people over the age of 60. Lower back pain seems to be more common than ever, especially in our aging baby boomer population. Muscle atrophy associated with prolonged…Read More

  5. Do You Have A Healthy Relationship With Food?

    I know that this is a touchy subject, but it is something we need to discuss. It’s Sunday as a write this, and to be honest this post idea kind of just came to me. I watch and read aaaaaa lot of info on nutrition. Everything from tracking macros, plate portioning, mindset of eating, learning self-…Read More

  6. Getting Strong is “Corrective”

    At some point in our lives we have all met people that go to a physical therapist, chiropractor, movement guru, or hypnotist (yes, they are still around), in hopes to alleviate knee pain or lower back pain. How many of these people are lacking strength, especially in the glutes? How many of these pe…Read More

  7. How Using the Functional Movement Screen (FMS) Helps with Fat Loss

    If you are training on your own or at a gym it is important to use some kind of assessment tool. The assessment should highlight any weakness you might have/ anything that can hinder and de-rail your training. Luckily for all of us, Gray Cook has already developed this resource. The Functional Movem…Read More

  8. Fat Loss Made Simple

    Fat is loss is the number one reason why people choose to begin a training program. Decreasing the fat on our bodies can help lead to a better life, not only from a health perspective but also a confidence level. Higher fat has been linked to diabetes and heart attacks, but has also been linked to t…Read More