The Rock Solid Fitness Inbody Challenge is a 4 week event (which we do quarterly), where we form teams, create special workouts, and monitor our diets with a special software program. Points are scored for different measures of progress, and … Continue reading
Q: “I want to start an exercise program this year, but what if I can’t afford a personal trainer?”
A: You are not alone. Many people want to start a safe, time-efficient workout program to get the best possible results in the … Continue reading
When asking yourself “how much does a personal trainer cost?”, it’s important to realize that the cost is not just money, but also time.
When considering the cost of a personal trainer, most people focus on the obvious, which of course … Continue reading
Do you know what High Intensity Training (H.I.T.) is?
….. And please DON’T confuse it with High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT)!
High Intensity Training, also known as H.I.T., is a system of strength training that is characterized by brief and infrequent, but … Continue reading
At any gym in Dunedin FL you will see people wasting their time because they don’t know how to lift weights properly.
Instead of lifting the weight, they throw it. Instead of lowering the weight slowly, under control, they let it … Continue reading
For a long time, many so-called fitness experts have been advising people to exercise in their “fat-burning” heart rate zone during cardio workouts. By fat-burning zone, they mean exercising at a low level of intensity, as measured by heart rate, … Continue reading
Did you learn, grow, and get better today? Did you do something, anything, to improve yourself in some area of your life? I hope so.
At Rock Solid Fitness, one of our Core Values is: “We continuously seek personal and professional … Continue reading
We are thrilled to announce we are moving into a bigger facility so that Rock Solid Fitness Dunedin is better able to serve you, and improve your health and fitness in new and exciting ways!
Rock Solid Fitness Dunedin
Our new location … Continue reading
This morning one of our training clients, who is a nurse at a local hospital, was telling me how two of her co-workers are having trouble doing their jobs because they had low back problems. She said she was trying … Continue reading
Sarcopenia is the age-related loss of muscle mass, which causes a loss of strength and function. Sarcopenia normally begins somewhere between ages 30-40, and continues throughout a person’s life. The rate of muscle loss is commonly thought to be about … Continue reading