Did you know that the traditional holiday weight gain time frame begins with Halloween and continues through New Year’s? We want you to celebrate, but keep balance and moderation in mind. Here are a few helpful tips for you… read more.
Many people are motivated initially by seeing their weight decrease on the scale, however over time this number can be misleading. There are other factors that determine your health other than losing weight. The ratio of fat to muscle… read more.
Longevity and aging well are two things to which we all aspire. Today, Baby Boomers (born between 1945 and 1964) and their elders are living longer than ever before. They are also living better, healthier lives, due to changes… read more.
This is our second blog post that helps identify all the functional equipment we are now seeing in and around the gym. Today’s focus is “Battling Ropes”, those thick tug-of-war ropes you see wrapped around the base of strength… read more.
by Lisa Cohen Nutritionist, Snowmass Club Here’s why I am such a big fan of starting the day with meditation: When I meditate my day goes better. I have more energy and I feel less stress. I am more… read more.
Baked goods sure are sweet, but as you know, the ingredients that go into your favorite treats usually are not good for your body! Cookies, cakes and even muffins may be full of inflammatory foods like wheat, sugar, and vegetable oil. But… read more.
by Meaghan Foley, Fitness Instructor at Brier Creek Country Club When we think of the word “nourishment” we tend to associate it immediately with food. I’m challenging you to think about the things you do to fill your soul… read more.
Staying fit on and off the course is a key component to your golf game! In an interview held at our very own Jupiter Country Club, pro golfer Brooks Koepka tells us how he stays in shape throughout the… read more.
by Meaghan Foley, fitness instructor at Brier Creek Country Club Motivation seems to be a never-ending battle for some. Seeking and sustaining willpower is often elusive. This is in part because we associate willpower with big action. We get… read more.