Get Ready to Reach Higher

July 24th, 2017
The single most important factor in fitness success is having a good support system to cheer you on and give you the knowledge you need to reach new heights. There’s only so much you can accomplish on your own. People try to get fit, but they are intimidated, lose motivation, or don’t know what to…
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Live The D.R.E.A.M. in 2015!

December 30th, 2014
Live The D.R.E.A.M. in 2015! Diet, Rest, Exercise, Adjustments & Mental Attitude. According to, the following are the top 10 New Year’s Resolutions: • Lose Weight • Stay in touch • Quit smoking • Save money • Cut (reduce) stress • Volunteer • Go back to school • Cut back on alcohol • Get…
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Into the Great Outdoors

May 28th, 2013
Summer’s here—and while we think nothing beats a Focus Fitness workout, we know that you probably won’t be able to make it here every day. A summer jam-packed with plans doesn’t mean you can let your exercise routine fall by the wayside. On the contrary, you’ll need your workouts to balance all that fun you’re…
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The Soul Focus Mother’s Day Gift Guide

May 1st, 2013
Not sure what to get the moms in your life for Mother’s Day? How about the gift of good health? Here are our five favorite fitness and nutrition go-to gifts, guaranteed to keep them feeling and looking as fabulous as they are. Focus Fitness Membership Well, come on now! There are gyms and then there…
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Water Your World

April 1st, 2013
A whopping 75 percent of all Americans are dehydrated. Even mild dehydration will slow down your metabolism, cause short term memory loss and make it difficult to concentrate. Staying properly hydrated is indeed a panacea for what ails you—from daytime fatigue to headaches to back and joint pain to sugar cravings to difficulty losing weight.…
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Just Do It

March 1st, 2013
Want to make exercise a part of your everyday to-do? Then just do it. Make a plan, write it down and don’t let anything get in your way. No thinking, no over-thinking, no readjusting your schedule. Exercise is (or should be) a non-negotiable. Find your best workout time (for most, it’s the morning) and make…
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Limber Up

February 1st, 2013
Put stretching at the top of your fitness to-do list. A good rule of thumb: If you’re under the age of 40, hold your stretches for 30 seconds; if you’re over 40, hold them for 60 seconds. As you age, your muscles become less flexible, so upping your stretching time will help keep them strong…
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Breaking Bad

January 1st, 2013
This month, give up one thing that you know isn’t working for you. Whether it’s diet soda, sugar in your coffee, late-night snacking, negative thinking or a toxic friend, it’s easier to ditch one bad habit at a time than to manage learning how to do without all of your not-so-great go-to’s at once. Want…
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