The Migas Project, Diagnostic Session #1 Holly

As I sat down with Dan and Holly for our first session I was very excited to see their level of motivation. This is always a major factor in the success or failure of many training programs. Trainers understand this with each new client they get. Those that come in motivated are much easier to […]

Choosing the Best Option for Cardio Machines

Back in Early 2009 we discussed some of the pros and cons of various cardiovascular machines. Since many of you may be taking advantage of a new Piece of exercise equipment you purchased or are down at the gym with your new membership I thought it would be good to let you revisit some 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 […]

Our 300th Post!

OUR 300TH POST !! Time really flies and I just realized that we have surpassed our 300th post. Technically this is post #312 but we were so busy getting everything in order for some very exciting new things approaching. Our next newsletter is just about finished and you should receive it within the next week […]

Got Twitter?

We made an executive decision today to go ahead and start a new Twitter account so that we can quickly and easily update you on Josh’s progress during the Portland Marathon. To sign up for it just click on the Twitter button on in the Spread the news section. I saw Josh today and he […]

Exercise of the Week Workout Video #3 Strength Training Program

Here is a video that shows you all of the moves we incorporated into the exercise of the week program strength routine. Below you will find the sets and reps to do with each routine if you want to try it out on your own. As always it is dangerous to just jump into any […]

Great News for Anyone who Travels

We have another new product coming out next week. Like many of the other first ones available in our store, the new Travel Program is designed with a certain criteria in mind. One of our trainers, Eric Kirch was doing some traveling earlier this summer and he was reminded how incredibly hard it was on […]

What can you do about that Aching Lower Back Part 2

I wanted to finish the discussion from yesterdays post. If you read that article you will get our take on how to train the body. We hope you are starting to understand our point that training the human body requires stimulus to the muscles and depending on the type of stimulus you use will determine […]

What Can You do about That Aching Lower Back?

We are getting ready to unveil our newest program for you. It is called “30 Days to a New back”. Before I get to far into this I want to reiterate a few things we have discussed during the many posts we have had when dealing with philosophy. First, we are not medically licensed, nor […]

Poll Results!

About two weeks ago we asked you to vote on what type of product you would like to see Train2move create for you next. Thank you to everyone who voted! In the end the highest number of votes went to the Lower Back Program. It had 38% of the votes beating out Vertical Jump which […]

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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