It's easy to get lost in the idea that fitness is about changing the way you look or performing a certain way. While these things are important and fun to pursue, our main priority is to find the minimal effective dose of exercise in order to improve quality of life!
If you view exercise as a way to promote quality of life, improve functionality and mitigate disease/injury risk, Team Vitality will help make the most of your gym time.
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The goal of our blog is to provide you with not only the support you need to reach your health and fitness goals, but also some information for you to gain valuable knowledge along the way!
Here we will be providing tips and tricks on how to navigate both the kitchen and the gym, as well as lifestyle strategies so that you can approach these changes with a great mindset.
Building muscle is not necessarily about looking like a bodybuilder or lifting the heaviest weights. Muscle is a metabolic tissue that allows us to sit down and stand up, grab items and carry them, hug our loved ones and so much more. If we want to stay in control of our bodies for as long as possible, we need to build a little strength in the movement patterns we use every day.
It's no secret that cardiovascular health is a key component to living a long and healthy life. Our bodies are a beautiful system of organs and tissues that function as one integrated unit. Each of these systems need adequate blood flow in order to operate properly. By building up our stamina, we're allowing our heart and blood vessels to adapt in a way to serve the rest of our bodies.
Having stable joints and the confidence to trust our balance is a valuable asset to anyone interested in moving pain-free and lowering their risk of injury. In our efforts to stay strong and healthy, we must not forget to address areas of instability in order improve our overall function. Each of our programs come with a 20-30 minute at-home bodyweight workout with an emphasis on stability.
The previous three pillars suddenly become less important if we can't actually move our joints and muscles through their natural ranges of motion. Stretching is often an overlooked area in most strength and conditioning programs, which can lead to poor recovery, injury and burnout. Each of our programs come with a 20-30 minute stretching session that you can do anywhere.