Occupation: Stay-At-Home mom with 4 kids (former Physical Therapist) What did you do before joining MTS in regards to working out? I ran A Lot! And did light weight training. How long have you been with MTS? 2.5 years. What’s your favorite workout/exercise at MTS? Deadlifts or hang cleans. What’s your least favorite workout/exercise at MTS? Bear crawling through the … Read More
Occupation: Sales What did you do before joining MTS in regards to working out? Nothing How long have you been with MTS? About a year What’s your favorite workout/exercise at MTS? Friday’s arms & chest. What’s your least favorite workout/exercise at MTS? Anything with legs. What’s your favorite cheat meal/snack? Cheeseburger & fries with cold beer from Galloway Grill Advice … Read More
Occupation: Sales What did you do before joining MTS in regards to working out? Member of Meyer Center How long have you been with MTS? 2 years What’s your favorite workout/exercise at MTS? Deadlifts What’s your least favorite workout/exercise at MTS? Burpees How is MTS different than other methods of training you may have tried in the past? Combined cardio, … Read More
We begin with you and why you’re here. Call this your health-fitness profile. First, we ask you to tell us about yourself. We learn by listening. We want to understand your physical history, physical conditions, special needs, and so on. (Not your innermost secrets. We don’t care if your grandmother was a pirate or why you hate rap music.) Then … Read More
Your pre and post workout meals are in a dead heat with breakfast for the title of “most important meal of the day”. Why so important? If you are like the rest of us, you have a small window of free time in your busy day. If you are an MTS client, you spend this time and your hard earned dollar on a workout designed for results. Why not get the most out of your time and money? Think of these meals or snacks as the bookends that hold your workout together.
Okay let’s go; Every where you read, someone is telling us to eat less sugar, cut the carb, kick the starch; Atkins, Zone, South Beach, all attacks on sugar! Why?
Some changes I think might be helpful world be to increase your intensity level and decrease your your duration on cardio sessions. As always you must listen to your body and be smart while exercising. Try running on the track or where ever you prefer to walk/run, get a good warm up and stretch in and then get ready to start burning some major calories. Run as hard as you can for 30 seconds then give yourself a 1:00 minute break. Do this up to 10 times, of course if you fill bad after six sprints, you either need to take a longer break or cool down and stretch and go for seven the next time.