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Feeling good, healthy, and strong are imperative for a long, happy life, and our expert local trainers, therapists, instructors, and nutritionists have the training, experience, and passion to get (and keep!) you in the best shape of your life. Life can get hectic and stressful…from yoga to weight training, Pilates to the latest in food science, we are here help.

lululemon’s mother’s day gift guide

It’s time to celebrate and appreciate the (mom)ent. This Mother’s Day we wanted to put together a gift guide, to make those last few gifts a perfect match for the mother on your […]

the reward comes after the journey: promise!

Every once in a while, we come across people who just make us smile. That person is Erin Streeter. Not only is she a dedicated and loyal Fitness on the Run (FOR) client, […]

move of the week: twist for golf

Do this twist 10-12 times before and after your golf game. Inhale and reach arms to the sky, exhale and twist. While twisting pull your navel towards your spine and reach your back […]

ask stylebook: yoga for golf?

Janet: I just started practicing yoga. What are some poses I should focus on to improve my golf game? Sara, Mind the Mat: Yoga is filled with golf swing enhancing stretches. But as […]

pilates and yoga for golf

I didn’t watch the Masters a few weeks ago, but my golf-loving husband did, so I was able to listen in and watch a few holes when I normally would have preferred Real […]

move of the week: throw away the scale

The most important body composition measure you need is to know is your waist circumference. The second is your body fat. Your scale will not tell you. Nor will it be able to […]

ask stylebook: how to use my core?

Kristen: You keep telling me to use my core effectively. How do I do that? Crunches? Mountain climbers? Adrien, Fitness on the Run: At Fitness on the Run, we have studied the core […]

cut to the “core” of it

Losing the belly fat comes from diet, not multiple high intensity workouts per week. You could have heard a pin drop. Our highly respected and very popular instructor Julio Barnett spoke at the […]

move of the week: wild thing / flipping your dog

This is a beautiful heart opener and gentle backbend with a silly name. Start in downward dog and lift one foot up. Bend that knee and open your hip, starting to stack one […]

ask stylebook: yoga at home?

Stephanie: Sometimes I don’t have time to get to the studio for a yoga class, but I don’t know where to start with my home practice. Do you have any suggestions? Laura, Mind […]

from lawyer to yoga/pilates instructor

Back in 2010, my boyfriend and I moved to the neighborhood of Del Ray. Going to Del Ray Pizzeria, the farmers market, and Dairy Godmother, we always walked by the local yoga studio […]

ask stylebook: getting in shape for summer?

Nikki: I want to get in shape for the summer. I’m tired of my “tire” and carrying extra weight. I’ve cleaned up my diet. What can I do in the gym to get […]

move of the week: complexes

Complexes are simply a series of movements (“exercises”) performed with a barbell, dumbbell(s), or kettlebell(s) or even no equipment at all where you finish each repetition of one movement before quickly moving onto […]

why go deep?

Why “go deep?” Why “slow down?” Are you “Chasing Pain?” Who hasn’t gone to the gym, been on a run, rode in a spin class and “cheated” through your movements and maybe even […]

move of the week: therapeutic pilates bridge

This exercise is designed to recruit the deep spinal stabilizers and to mobilize the spine. Bridging this way helps promote better posture and a healthy back! These are the first steps in learning […]

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