Staff Stories: Jack Slater on Motivating Others

It’s not an easy task motivating others. As a personal trainer I will typically get the “can you get me motivated?” question and it’s just such a hard one to handle. Instead of trying to give them a pep talk, I instead tell them about my beginning as a personal trainer. Continue reading Staff Stories: Jack Slater on Motivating Others

5 Things You Can Do to Support Your Lifestyle Change

It’s coming up to that time of year, resolution season. But here at Elite we tend to err on the side of long term lifestyle changes, rather than “quick fixes.” Don’t get me wrong, there’s nothing like a little built-in motivation. But when it comes down to it, you want to be healthy, for life, right? So, how do you start making and supporting a real lasting change today? Continue reading 5 Things You Can Do to Support Your Lifestyle Change

Sticking With It: 10 Ways to Maintain a Healthy Lifestyle

When it comes to health, there’s no such thing as a quick fix. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is a lifelong commitment that will increase your chances at longevity and help ward off certain chronic diseases and long-term illnesses. Here’s a list of 10 things you can do to become a healthier you AND stick with it for life. Continue reading Sticking With It: 10 Ways to Maintain a Healthy Lifestyle

The Ample Rewards of Being Healthy

We love to think of rewards as tangible things. A bike, a car, a new purse, or maybe even a meal or a snack. What we don’t often think about, is that the rewards of being healthy usually aren’t the tangible prizes we like to think. Continue reading The Ample Rewards of Being Healthy

Small Math to Get You on Track

So you’re looking to lose some weight, tone up a little bit, or cut some of those unhealthy calories from your diet. But at the same time, you work a full time job, you’re a full time parent, and you have to get to the gym for that full hour of cardio or you may only have 5 minutes for a snack. Lucky for you, math can help. Let’s do some homework! Continue reading Small Math to Get You on Track