chronic cardio

Are you addicted to cardio? For most of you reading, you can remember the old way of getting fit: do 45 minutes to 1 hour of intense aerobic activity – and DAILY! Even […]

move of the week: no equipment workout

No equipment, no problem. Got 5 minutes? We’ve got you covered! Find a safe area (or some stretch of the beach!) and here you go: 1) Jog 50 steps. 2) Side shuffle 25 […]

ask stylebook: favorite foods?

Barbara: What would be your next few food choices? Loved your last post on avocados! Adrien, Fitness on the Run: We’ve received many follow up questions from our avocado post last week asking […]

aging beyond sixty-five with confidence

Let’s face it: you will likely make it past 65. In fact, this article is intended to reach those of you who already are. I often talk about how my co-owner Denise and […]

move of the week: the all-in-one “manmaker”

Never knew there was such a thing, right? Well, for those of us “crazies” in the fitness world, we love them*. Talk about a great heart rate raiser and strength-training tool all in […]

ask stylebook: the best food?

Rachel: If you had to choose one food we shouldn’t live without, what would it be? Adrien, Fitness on the Run: Living in a society where we have an abundance and a variety […]

honor. courage. commitment.

How Shawn Gray manages three careers, including fitness, and smiles all the way through. You want commitment? Meet Shawn Gray. Shawn Gray is one of our team of instructors at Fitness on the […]

summer fitness series: day four

Just like the plank, the deadlift mimics daily life and the way we move. Even better, it will create a consistent movement pattern that your brain will eventually learn to do naturally. You […]

summer fitness series: day two

We like the plank. We like even more the “hard style” plank. As a society addicted movement, this can be a challenge. Hold your body as instructed then stand in the same position. […]

move of the week: walking

It’s summer which means vacation time for many. You might not be able to get to the gym or your favorite class, but that’s ok. There is something you can always do. Walk. […]

ask stylebook: health monitors?

Kelsey: I’m thinking about buying the Apple watch or a fit band to help monitor my steps and food intake. Do you think they are really worth the hype and do they REALLY […]

work: check. kids: check. get strong: check.

Imagine getting stronger as you approach 50 than ever before. Imagine focusing less on the scale and more on your strength for longevity. And imagine figuring it all out while having fun, hanging […]

move of the week: jumping rope

Yes, it’s true. There is actually a correct form to jumping rope. 1) Find a jump rope that is the correct length for your height. 2) Beginners: Practice jumping without a jump rope. […]

ask stylebook: stronger upper thighs?

Jessie: I’ve always hated the way l look in white jeans because I feel like my upper thighs look soft. What are some exercises I can do to firm up that area? Adrien, […]

the art of good health

In life, we are often confronted with or choose different paths. And for most of us, those paths–although different–are rewarding. Let us introduce you to an artist, a client, a friend: John Gosling. […]

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