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Ocala, Florida cardio, strength equipment, strength training, smoothie bar, 24 hour gym, 24/7 gym, personal training, sports performance training, kids club, kids health, sauna, tanning, corporate wellness programs, Gyms in Ocala


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Strong companies make strong employees. The benefits of healthy lifestyles can and will impact your company. From boosting morale to increasing productivity to lowering healthcare premiums, a Stronger Company Partnership membership is the perfect way to strengthen your company by supporting your employees to achieve their individual potential through fitness. Knowing the health, fitness & activity levels of your employees will provide you the tools to strengthen your wellness opportunities, strengthen your healthcare program, reward healthy living and foster an environment of care for your entire company. This benefit is endless to the individual and doesn't stop at the end of the workday, it is a benefit you can extend to the whole family.

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Top 6 New Year's Resolution Mistakes

(01/03/2017) As you’ve probably guessed, you simply can’t listen to the Get-Fit Guy this close to New Year’s without getting a few Quick and Dirty Tips about resolutions. In this episode, you’ll learn how to avoid the 6 most common New Year’s resolution mistakes and ensure that your fitness and fat loss goals are successful!Mistake #1: Not QuantifyingVague goals are difficult to achieve. Examples of vague fitness goals include “run more,” “lose weight,” or “get stronger.” Any of these could be made more specific (and more achievable) by quantifying them. For example, “run a total of 60 minutes each week,” “lose 1 pound every 2 weeks until I’ve lost 20 pounds,” and “bench press 5 extra pounds each week until I can bench press my own body weight” are all quantifiable goals in which you can track your progress. You’ll notice that those last two examples actually have an end goal in mind, which leads to my next point…Mistake #2: Not Setting Dates or BenchmarksIf there is no start date, end date, or end goal (benchmark) for your resolution, it can be very hard to get started and very hard to complete. After all, imagine if you had to run a marathon with no idea where the starting line, ending line, or any of the middle points are? If you just had to run until someone said stop? Pretty tough! So when you set a resolution, you must set as start date (such as ”the first Monday in January I weigh myself”) and an end date or end goal (such as “I lose a pound every 2 weeks until May 31, or until I’ve lost 20 pounds”). If you need help with realistic dates and goals, just head over the Get-Fit Guy Facebook page for more tips.Mistake #3: Setting Too Many GoalsDepending on your personality, it can be easy to go overboard with your resolution-making. If you wake up on January 1st ready to learn to play a piano concerto, run a marathon, lose 20 pounds, and become a black belt in karate, you’re setting yourself up for disappointment. When you make too many ambitious resolutions, the likelihood of not achieving at least one of them, and doing a pretty subpar job at all of them, is pretty high. Despite the temptation to use New Year’s as a motivation to get a lot done, it is better and more efficient to focus on just one big goal, and not to become distracted (and overwhelmed) by other dreams.

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