The beginning of the New Year is here and it is a perfect time to set goals and make resolutions. If some of your goals and resolutions are related to your health and fitness, come and join us for our Free … Continue reading
We hope all of you are having a blast this Holiday season and still find time for yourself! Let’s stay committed to your health and fitness! Our Commit To Be Fit Game is still going and you may be really … Continue reading
In order for you to stimulate changes in your body through exercise, you have to force your body to attempt things it is not able to do in its current condition. For example, if you can perform 8 repetitions with … Continue reading
When your body uses up the energy it takes to complete a hard workout, it’s like digging a hole. Before you can make any progress, that hole has to be filled back in—the energy you used has to be replaced. … Continue reading
The Rock Solid Team is very grateful for the opportunity to work with some amazing people, both clients and fellow staff members. We feel that without good health, not much else matters.
We are grateful to share in good health every … Continue reading
Strength training has so many health benefits that our very good friend Mark Asanovich, who is one of the most respected strength and conditioning coaches in the NFL, calls it “the new fountain of youth”.
If you want to age more … Continue reading
All the credit for this week’s fitness tip goes to our wonderful friend Luke Carlson and Discover Strength . Enjoy!
Why Do I Strength Train?
Most people don’t know the answer to this question. To be clear, they understand what drew them … Continue reading
Movember is here and the Rock Solid Fitness Team is commemorating the Prostate Cancer awareness month. Our male coaches are growing their facial hair and we encourage you to do the same!
The Rock Solid Fitness staff has a very special … Continue reading
Rhabdomyolysis is a condition that you never want to have or even come close to! This is where damaged skeletal muscle tissue breaks down and releases dangerous toxins into your blood. It can be caused by a crushing injury, drug abuse, … Continue reading
Exercise Used As Life Span Indicator
BY: By JANET McCONNAUGHEY
The Associated Press
A person’s peak exercise capacity as measured on a treadmill test is a more powerful predictor of how long someone will live than risk factors such as heart disease, … Continue reading