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 […]

Flexibility in the Spine, don’t Lose it!

The ability to maintain mobility in your back or more specifically for this post, your spine, is something that when you are in your 20’s you do not think about all that much. Well ok I actually did think about it quite a bit in my 20’s but I am fairly passionate about health and […]

What is the Best type of Exercise?

Several times recently this question has come up. People have asked me if they had to choose between cardio, resistance training, pilates, yoga, aerobics classes, or simply walking, which one would be the best one to do. Typically this is asked in the context of , “I really would rather not exercise but if I […]

How important is your Heart Rate When You Workout?

This topic has been a common one among trainers and clients for many years. There is the common thoughts of various heart rate zones targeting different fuel sources. I have not used these in a long time but when I used to use heart rate as a major training tool I used 65-75% of your […]

Does Training with Ankle Weights on Really Help?

Inside the training center at the school I work at we have several sets of ankle weights. We utilize them for doing various hip strengthening exercises. Commonly however the athletes ask about why we do not train in them more frequently for things like running or agility drills. The basketball team even tells me that […]

“We are what We Repeatedly do” – Aristotle

I was reading a book that was given to me by the Superintendent of our School System called , “The Fred Factor”. The book is a great read as it discusses the importance of being an individual that goes out of his or her way to perform their job to its fullest. The story is […]

The Role of Exercise in Chronic Pain

One of our trainers, Loren recently sent me this link to an article he was reading about a study on chronic pain for those between the ages of 50-59. The article came from Yahoo, here is the link to “Chronic Pain Makes 50 year olds Feel 80” There is not groundbreaking discoveries in the article, […]

The 4 Laws of Training Part #2

For the next part of explaining the philosophy we train with, I wanted to talk a little more about the third law. As a reminder, the third law states that your body as designed to be given stimulus in a progressive manner in order for the maximum amount of efficiency. We have always refereed to […]

The 4 Laws of Training, Another way to Look at our Philosophy

We have been working for the last several month on streamlining our training philosophy. For the last 8 years I have had a chance to begin looking at how to train the human body the way it was intended. We have put up many philosophy posts on this in the past and even though they […]

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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