At Fortitude Health + Training, you know we always try to keep things fresh and exciting. That’s why it just makes sense that we started posting relevant topics and recent news here on our blog for your enjoyment. Feel free to browse through the pages of posts in chronological order or use the links below to target those posts that interest you most.
Celine McArthur INVESTIGATES showcased Lisa Maria-Booth and Fortitude Health + Training in her series Secrets to Entrepreneurial Success. Check out the fundamentals that drive Fortitude’s success every day in just 3 minutes. Thanks to NH1 and Celine McArthur for the great interview and focusing on local, successful businesses, like Fortitude Health + Training. http://fortitudeht.com/wp-content/uploads/fortitude-secrets-9-2-16_dvd.mp4
I am a couple weeks into my new program. I am a little tired but I am getting used to my new way of eating and living. I have lost 4 lbs so far. It is exciting to see the scale move but I wish it would move faster. I know I need to be realistic though. They say small changes will lead to big changes. My body is adjusting and I feel so much
It’s easy to let travel derail your workouts. Your hotel doesn’t have a gym, or you’re on vacation—you’ll get back on track when it’s over, right? Exercise can be part of your vacation. And it won’t ruin the fun. In fact, it will make you feel better. Feeling guilty, regretful, or low energy are what really can put a damper on fun.. Working out on the road doesn’t have to be complicated! NO EQUIPMENT, NO
I woke up today and decided I just don’t feel good. I’ve come to the conclusion that I am overweight, and in a rut of depression. My daughter is going away to college and my elderly mother isn’t well. My counselor, who had helped through a very tough year, has accepted a new position and is moving away, so I no longer have her as a guide through my frustrations and worries. I have to
Historically, people go to church for religion, not for community. However, that fellowship, that coffee hour after service, that chatting after choir practice for the past century has filled a huge social need. Now fewer and fewer people attend church regularly. Working long hours, being glued to screens day and night has all but pushed Sunday morning coffee hour aside in our society. At the same time and for those same reasons, exercise time has