The New Year is HERE, which means millions of people around the world are making "resolutions" that focus on restriction and depletion, instead of gain. What if, in 2020, we are kind to ourselves and frame our resolutions in a positive, nurturing way that ultimately serves us better?
Now is the time to get SMART about goal setting. Have you ever set goals and actually crushed them? If you have, then congratulations! If you are one of the many who set goals and then feel frustrated when you aren’t accomplishing what you set out to do – these tips are for you!
The Orangetheory Fitness Hingham 2020 Transformation Challenge is embracing everything this New Year embodies - and offering the encouragement to help you "transform" in whatever way you see fit: your body, your mind, your habits - or all three, and more.
I feel like I now curate a bath like I would a craft cocktail, drawing from various beneficial ingredients depending upon my body state, mind state, and my environment. Are you a bath person?
It's an amazing day when you get to announce that Jennifer Mathien has just joined your CK editorial team - AND - that she will now be offering studio pilates/barre classes in Hingham. Welcome, Jenn - our "side-bum's" are already thanking you (and scared of you).
With back-to-school schedules in full swing, it can be tricky to find time to make it to the gym or your favorite local class. Here is a quick routine that will help you break a sweat - even if you only have 5 minutes to spare.
Making yourself a priority, especially coming off a fun filled summer will help you set the tone for a great fall and an even better version of you! I always like to think of Labor Day as basically “New Years Eve” an opportunity for a total reset. I hope to see you take that leap and get back into a good routine!!
Whether you are looking to try a new workout - or just looking forward to re-starting your go-to fitness routine now that the lazy days of summer are winding down - chances are, your kicks could use a refresh.
The idea that we can maintain our normal fitness routine when our summer routine is anything but normal, is straight crazy-talk. This perspective is what typically sets us up to fail. If you can allow yourself to be realistic and flexible, then you can indeed find a way to balance all the fun and at least some fitness this summer. Here are some tips to help you do just that.
Resting your body has value. It makes you stronger, because it allows the muscles that you have broken down to heal and recover. It is the rest that also allows you to recover so you can be strong, and thereby handle the increased weight, increased number of sets and increased reps needed to move forward with your fitness level.