Supplement Breakdown - Creatine
Written by, Coach Vanessa Panella
Taking supplements can only help move the needle if you are already doing everything else to get results.
If you haven't checked the boxes above creatine will not be a magical fix. Also, always consult a medical professional before consuming any new supplements.
Creatine is the most studied supplement that is currently on the market. It is also found in your own body every day and is stored in your muscle tissue. Any creatine you consume through diet and/or supplements is stored for later use. Now, to really get into how, and why, creatine works we have to know the important role it plays in our bodies. To put it simply, your muscles use energy from a few different sources. When you are doing activities such as lifting weights, sprinting, and pretty much anything...
By, Vanesa Suazo
Do you like to win!? I love to win! Wouldn't it feel good to win everyday? You can set yourself up to win everyday by planning your week in advance.
I'm sure you've heard the saying "Failing to plan is planning to fail," and that saying couldn't be anymore true. Planning your days ahead is the best way to get all your important tasks done and keep your fitness, health and finances in top shape. Let me share with you how I schedule my week.
Kick Your Spartan Race Training Into Gear
It doesn’t matter if this is your first Spartan Race or OCR or if you’ve competed in marathons before—we’re about to prepare you for your future race or races! In this post, we’ll show you how to get a great workout in at the gym (we’re hoping that it’s at Fitness On Fire!) or wherever your race training takes you.
Spartans know that race day is much more enjoyable when you’ve put in the work at the gym. The journey to a successful race begins with your training plan. Any obstacle race training requires preparation and Spartan Races are no different. If you want to enjoy race day and complete the course injury-free, training is mandatory.
In this article, we’ll discuss how to kickstart your training plan so you can reach your fitness goals, become stronger and more resilient, and prove to yourself that you can do anything you put your mind to. Without...
By, Kate Durham
As we enter 2021, we look back on a year full of unexpected challenges. Simultaneously, it’s been empty of many of the athletic events we’ve grown to expect to reminisce on in a year-end retrospect. In our fitness-focused world, we’ve missed countless external finish lines this year, and we don’t know when they will return. The pandemic has left us in a state of “Now What?” How do we change our goal-setting perspectives to better prepare us for “Now What?” moments in life?
To prepare for 2021 and beyond, we want to distinguish between an external finish line and an internal finish line. So what is the difference? An external finish line can be a literal finish line, or another physical achievement, such as climbing the rope for the first time or deadlifting 300 lbs. An internal finish line is a goal that is met from within, such as learning to...