The Migas Project, Diagnostic Session #1 Dan

If you missed the post we did for Holly’s diagnostic routine click here. Just like I mentioned in regards to that post, I was so thankful that Dan was so eager to get started and it was obvious he was willing to do what was necessary to be successful. I was excited to work with […]

Another Shocking Discovery of Science

I want you to be sure you are prepared for this one. It has been awhile since I have seen something this pertinent come through the medical research community. Duane, one of our readers and Loren both caught this one for me. This one comes to us from Yahoo news about a research team of […]


How Much Exercise do We Really Need?

Our latest Poll was asking how often you exercise with the overwhelming response (60% compared to 10% for the next most popular) being 1-2 Hours a day 3-5 days a week. SO this means the majority worked out somewhere between 3 and 10 hours a week. For many years we have heard various “experts” tell […]

How About a Chance to Feel Younger for Your New Years Resolution

How many millions of people woke up this morning and said this is the year that I am going to…..Lose that weight. There is no doubt that this is the most common resolution people make in my opinion. Considering the staggering number of overweight people in our society. Train2move would like to offer you an […]

Should I Get a Gym Membership to Start the New Year?

I worked in the Gym industry for about 7 years. During that time I was amazed at how many people would flood into the gyms each year about this time to go purchase their gym memberships. The assumption was that if they had their membership to the gym they would of course go use it […]



We are very excited to announce the arrival of our newest blog, We have been working on it for the last month or so. During the summer we noticed that many of you really liked the many posts we were doing about running training and Josh’s Quest to qualify for the Boston Marathon. We […]


Does Exercise Really Help You Sleep?

One of our readers, Duane, sent in this great article from the New York Times regarding activity and our sleep patterns. This is a topic that everyone always assumed to be the case. I am one of those who realize that the harder my body works during the day, the quicker I will fall asleep […]

Muscle Memory, Fact or Fiction?

I spoke with a client the other day who had started running again for the first time in a long time. She used to run quite a bit in the past but has not done any now in over 4 years. She tried to go for a few runs this past week and said that […]

Some Changes in Store

Yesterday Coach S. commented on the new look. We recently passed the 1 year mark for train2move and after over 330 posts and a tremendous amount of information we decided to change things up just a bit. The new look will continue to change as we make the site a bit easier for you to […]


Happy Thanksgiving. Could you use a Warm-up Before You Eat?

The annual eating frenzy is about to begin. Here are a few tips we want to share with you to perhaps lessen the negative side effects of the family feast this year. First is to realize that the odds of you doing much after your meal are fairly slim so take the time to do […]

What Others Are Saying

"My body has not reacted well with working a desk job.  I am only 25, but have been having a lot of pain that has built up over the past 6 months...The cubicle workouts have truly helped, I cant even begin to tell much better! Thanks Scott, love the routines!" Brandon
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