A Rock Solid Fitness Tip For The Week: If You Don’t Use It, You Lose It!

 
“Muscle is the absolute centerpiece for being healthy, vital and independent as we grow older,” says Miriam Nelson, director of the John Hancock Research Center on Physical Activity, Nutrition, and Obesity Prevention at Tufts University’s Friedman School of Nutrition Science … Continue reading

A Rock Solid Fitness Tip For The Week: Make Sure You Are Working Out Hard!

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

A Rock Solid Fitness Tip For The Week: Don’t Believe Before and After Pictures!

If you like this information don’t give us the credit and if you don’t like it don’t blame us for it. Next time you look at “Before” and ”After” pictures remember this:

The Shocking Truth About Before And After Photos (PICTURES)
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Join Rock Solid Fitness For A High Ropes Course/Zip-line Adventure!

Please come The Rock Solid Team For A High Ropes Course/Zip-line Adventure!
 
When: Sunday, February 10th at Noon
Where: MOSI Museum Of Science & Industry 4801 E. Fowler Ave, Tampa, FL 33617
How Much: $18 Per Person In Cash To Front Desk By January 25th
*Children … Continue reading

Congratulations to Dean for his amazing achievement in only 90 days!

So happy to introduce our client of the month for October 2012, Dean Ribble . He is a loving husband and father and  very successful in the real estate business.
Dean was really reluctant to give our system a try and made his wife … Continue reading

Check out Larry’s amazing progress!

We are so proud and happy to share one of our client’s amazing progress…
We are honored to introduce Larry Solie, who is 65 years old and retired . He has been a client of Rock Solid Fitness for almost three months.  His … Continue reading

Did you get better today? by Dave Durell

Did you get better today? Did you do something, anything, to improve yourself in some area of your life? I hope so.
When I worked as a Strength and Conditioning Assistant for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the NFL, everyone was … Continue reading