It is no secret that the biggest predictor of whether a person succeeds in their fitness and weight loss efforts is whether or not he has accountability. I’ve said it before, but it bears repeating: getting fit is not easy. If it were, we would not have our current epidemic of obesity. If it were easy, more people would be doing it! In order to make sure you succeed this time, get some support.
Many people dread this “spring forward” tradition, because it means getting one less hour of sleep. But you can take advantage of the upcoming time change to help you improve your overall fitness and health routine.
At Fuse Yoga & Fitness, the goal is to get everyone moving, no matter their physical or mental limitations. Offering everything from yoga and barre classes to mobility training, indoor surfing and trampoline classes, the studio is a comprehensive approach to fitness at all levels. The Londonderry, NH studio is run by Nicole Detellis, an instructor and movement educator who opened Fuse Yoga & Fitness and developed her very own type of movement training.
Much like being the "new kid" in school and walking to a classroom full of unfamiliar faces, tying a new yoga/fitness class can be a daunting proposition. And although it may make you feel a little uneasy, trying a new class and adding it to your already awesome repertoire of exercise classes can be an exciting way to spice things up and see even BETTER results!
Inflammation. Just the word can conjure up feelings of tenderness, swelling and even pain. But is ALL inflammation bad? Recent research says NO.
Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to pick up a heavy load without hurting yourself? Or be able to carry that load for a distance maybe even twisting to the right or to the left to put it back down?
Well in short, that’s what Functional Fascial Movement Training does for those who are willing to practice it.