Social & Emotional Benefits of Exercise By Pledge To Fitness

Pledge To Fitness®: Social & Emotional Benefits of Exercise – Be Happy!

Are you aware of the social and emotional benefits of exercise? Are you looking to improve your emotional well-being? Ironically, all of us at Pledge To Fitness® are surprised that we are not asked by people when visiting or booking their first few sessions, “I just want to feel better.” 

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Thoughts on Exercising After Common Surgeries

As many as 15 million Americans will go in for some kind of surgery this year. That figure includes everything from cataract removal to circumcision to emergency surgeries, but it also covers surgeries more likely to affect some of our clients here, such as total knee replacement… Recovering after any

Tips for Eating Healthy & Staying Fit During The Holidays By Pledge To Fitness

Happy, Healthy Holidays!

You don’t need a whole mountain, a snowboard, and snowboarding skills to stay healthy during December! Working out during the holidays can be a challenge, as there are often so many tempting treats, distractions and temptations. However, with a little planning and discipline, (perhaps some help from your friendly, neighborhood

Pledge to Fitness: Aerobic and anaerobic exercise

Health & Science Behind Aerobic and Anaerobic Exercise!

Aerobic and anaerobic exercise routines are excellent forms of physical activity. Do you know the differences between each to take your fitness to the next level? Exercising regularly benefits the body and mind and decreases your risk for diseases. At Pledge To Fitness, we recommend physical activity as a balanced

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Why You Need to Make Massage Therapy Part of Your Workout Plan

Muscle imbalance happens when muscles on one side of a joint become too tight–by any of the above activities, or something else–and the ones on the other side become weak from underuse. It’s most common to strike around the hips, shoulders, and knees.

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Why I Fitness

Some do it because they want to look good for potential partners. Others do it because their doctors told them to. Many do it simply because they want to tell people they do it – and I do it because it’s my method for mental maintenance.

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Do This Not That

I hope your health and wellness goals are going as planned. To help improve your workouts and get a strong core, I wanted to share a few great exercises which will help propel you into the summer!