1. Timing Your Meals for Your Fitness Goals

    Whether you are trying to lose 50 pounds, become stronger, sleep better, or just be overall healthier, you know that what you eat makes a difference in your health and fitness goals, but you may not know that the timing of your meals is important as well. When you strategically time your meals, there is a lot you can accomplish with your diet. In this blog, we will go over some of the ways you can…Read More

  2. Gaining Weight After Workouts? Here’s Why

    There are so many reasons to start working out: to feel happier, to be stronger, to be healthier. However, the most common reason why people start working out is to lose weight. If weight loss is one of your fitness goals, it might be very distressing if, after a tough workout, you step on the scale and see that you have actually GAINED weight. This can be very disheartening, as well as confusing.…Read More

  3. How to Deal With Workout Boredom

    So you have gotten into a good routine with working out, and are even starting to see results. Everything is great, except that you find that it is just a lot harder to get excited about working out. Before, you would head to the gym with a slight spring in your step, and you couldn’t wait to feel the burn. But now you find yourself dragging your feet all the way there, and you may even have ski…Read More

  4. Clean Up Your Diet With These Simple Tips

    It’s not always easy to eat healthy. After a long day at work, it is much easier to hit the drive-thru than go home and cook a healthy meal. Even when you grocery shop, the products that are truly the most convenient are preservative-laden frozen dinners. It may be more convenient to eat unhealthily, but it is certainly more costly. Do you feel tired all the time? Does your digestive system seem…Read More

  5. A Shout Out to the Gym Buddies

    You have been working on your fitness, and are finally seeing progress despite many previous failed attempts. What’s your secret? Your gym buddy! Just like salt and pepper and Calvin and Hobbes, you guys just go together. Regardless of whether you go running together, attend the same yoga class, or hit the gym at the same time every day, this person is your number-one cheerleader on your fitness…Read More

  6. Habits to Make Your Mornings Better

    Many people wake up in the morning filled with dread at the idea of getting out of bed. They will hit their snooze button five or six times, silently wishing for just another five minutes of rest. They might even fantasize about fast-forwarding through their day so they can return to their bed. Then, they have to hurry, grab a doughnut at the drive-thru, and will still be late to work. Understanda…Read More

  7. Part Two: 20 Workout Tips for Beginners—Staying Motivated

    Part one of our workout article for beginners focused on safety. Staying safe is important regardless of your fitness level, so be sure to refer back to those tips as you progress through your fitness goals. In part two of the series we’re focusing on staying motivated and reaching goals. It is tough to create a new habit, no matter what it is. And a new routine that requires you to get up early…Read More

  8. Part One: 20 Workout Tips for Beginners—Staying Safe

    Regular exercise makes you feel better, helps you think more clearly, and can improve how you feel about yourself. It can also help you lose weight, lower your blood pressure, stave off the onset of type II diabetes, and reduce the effects of age-related ailments like arthritis. Whatever your reasons for wanting to start an exercise routine, you can do it successfully. The team at One80 Fitness ha…Read More

  9. Gym Etiquette for Newbies

    Maybe you’ve finally decided that you’re going to get in shape this year. You shop around, find a gym you like, and get a membership set up. After that, you can just go, work out, and do your thing, right? Well, not exactly. A gym is a public place, meaning that you’ll be utilizing the facility with other like-minded people. When you get started at a gym, a staff member should take the time …Read More