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Get to know personal trainer, Mike Orzolek! Mike is an experienced personal trainer in Philadelphia who has been on staff since January of 2017 and has a bachelor's degree in sport medicine from Mercyhurst University and a master's degree in exercise science and nutrition from Sacred Heart University. Mike is also a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA-CSCS).      Where are you from? New Milford, CT   What motivated you to be a personal trainer? When I was in high school I joined a rowing team. The coach

Get to know personal trainer, Matt Godlewski! Matt is an experienced personal trainer in Philadelphia who has been on staff since July of 2017 and has a degree in kinesiology from the University of Maryland. Matt is also certified as a personal trainer by the American Council on Exercise (ACE).      Where are you from? Haddonfield, New Jersey   What motivated you to be a personal trainer? The ability to personally impact and teach the benefits of fitness that have helped me stay physically and mentally well.   What’s your favorite healthy meal? A green smoothie   Favorite “cheat” meal? Chik-Fil-A

Get to know personal trainer, Shawn Irving! Shawn is an experienced personal trainer in Philadelphia who has been on staff since May of 2015 and has a degree in kinesiology from Temple University.     Where are you from? Scranton, Pa   What motivated you to be a personal trainer? I grew up playing sports, loved exercising and wanted to learn how to improve both athletically and aesthetically   What’s your favorite healthy meal? Grilled chicken and rice   Favorite “cheat” meal? Cheesesteak   What’s one thing you wish everyone who signed up with a personal trainer knew about the process? Trust the Process!   Favorite exercise? Barbell Bench

Get to know personal trainer, Nick Steinley! Nick is an experienced personal trainer in Philadelphia who has been on staff since January of 2019.     Where are you from? West Chester, Pa   What motivated you to be a personal trainer? I worked in a gym when I was younger and developed a passion in helping others learn how to properly exercise. Once I became old enough, I started training people.   What’s your favorite healthy meal? Chicken and rice   Favorite “cheat” meal? Pepperoni pizza   What’s one thing you wish everyone who signed up with a personal trainer knew about the process? It

Get to know personal trainer, Liz Marmer! Liz is an experienced personal trainer in Philadelphia who has been on staff since September of 2014.     Where are you from? Chesterbrook, Pa What motivated you to be a personal trainer? I was injured a lot as athlete growing up and wanted to study sports medicine so I could help other athletes. I also studied exercise science and realized I enjoyed both and could use the knowledge I learned from my athletic training degree and apply that to any client. Personal training allowed me to pursue what

Get to know personal trainer, Rachel Hydock! Rachel is an experienced personal trainer in Philadelphia who has been on staff since May of 2015. She is one of our most senior trainers and also our manager!   Where are you from? Walton Beach, Florida   What motivated you to be a personal trainer? My desire to help people achieve something meaningful to them    What's your favorite healthy meal? All types of salads and grain bowls   Favorite "cheat" meal? Chimichangas   What's one thing you wish everyone who signed up with a personal trainer knew about the process? That consistency is everything Favorite exercise? Deadlifts How

If you’re investing time, energy, and money into the pursuit of better fitness and health, you obviously want to reap all the benefits. You want to lose weight. You want to look ripped. You want to be strong and live a high-quality life for a long time. What you don’t want is to wait around forever for all that to happen. If there’s anything you can do to speed up the journey toward your goals, you’ll do it, right? Many fitness-minded people add supplements to their diet and exercise regimen in an

It’s almost been a month since we celebrated the start of 2019, so if your New Year’s Resolution was to get in shape and you’re still hitting the gym regularly, congratulations. You cleared a big hurdle – and avoided becoming a cliche. The first month is absolutely crucial to establishing a new routine. You’re probably already seeing a difference in how you feel during your workouts, and maybe even in those all-important numbers on the scale. That’s good news. The bad news – well, it’s not necessarily “bad” – is that the

"I’m sore…in a good way.” If you’ve worked out in a gym for any length of time, you’ve probably heard someone say this. You’ve also probably heard quite a few people discuss their muscle soreness because it’s something we all experience, and striving to get in shape can be considered a kind of shared suffering. You’re sore? I can relate! Now we’re friends! Then, there’s the whole “badge of honor” attitude people tend to have about soreness, as if you only truly worked out if you’re unable to walk the next day. So

Self-myofascial release can be an incredible tool to have for your workouts and your recovery. For those who don’t know what it is, myofascial release is soft tissue therapy and is often used for the treatment of muscle pain and immobility. Most commonly, it comes in the form of a foam roller and it focuses primarily on the fascia and other connective tissues in the body, similar to a massage. Myofascial release is used as an alternative treatment for chronic back and neck pain, headaches, migraines, scoliosis, restriction of motion,

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