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All in only two months! Meet Dana

Meet Dana

“For most of my adult life, I had been pretty good about exercise and healthy eating. When I turned forty, however, my body changed. My weight slowly went up, parts of my body headed south, and I didn’t feel strong


No more aches and pains. Meet Jon

Meet Jon

“I have been at Y.E.S. Fitness for 20 years now; I came here because I was hurting, I was 20 pounds heavier than I am now, and got easily winded. Since working out and being coached at Y.E.S. I’m a


I am so impressed with what I can do now! Meet Claire

Meet Claire

“Before Y.E.S. Fitness, my clothes were so tight that I would have red lines on my skin at the end of the day. I was a teacher, and I would feel winded going up and down the stairs at school.


How is Your Memory?

how is your memory?

Do you ever walked into a room and forget why you went in, or run into someone and forget their name? While exercise has long been appreciated as a way to strengthen muscles, trim fat and boost heart health, research


6 Pitfalls to Avoid When Making Your Resolutions

2018 goals

Did you accomplish what you want to financially, weight loss/exercise, career/education or maybe another habit in 2017? For many people it has come to that time of the year again, when they take a moment to reflect on the previous


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Discover the best fitness trends for 2018

Group Training

Recently, Women’s Health Magazine did a survey to discover the best fitness trends for 2018. Guess what the top six trends are going to be? In order, High Intensity Interval Training, Group Training, Wearable Technology, Body Weight Training, Strength Training,


Warning!! The Snow Has Arrived

The snow has already begun to fall, for many people the task of shoveling snow is staring them in the face. Research determines that that shoveling snow sends more than 11,000 people to the hospital every year while the majority


Information and Prevention of Diabetes

In the year 2013 the American Diabetics Association reported that diabetes affects more that 30 million people, nearly one-tenth of the U.S. population. It is a growing epidemic with more than 5,000 new cases per day and an economic cost of $245 billion


Is Exercise Right For People With Epilepsy?

Exercise is good for everyone, but it has special important benefits for people with epilepsy. Research in the US has shown that people with epilepsy exercise less than those without epilepsy. A study in Norway of women with uncontrolled epilepsy,


Don’t Only Strengthen Your Muscles, Strengthen Your Will Power to!

Everyone has something they would like to change, or have tried unsuccessfully. Unfortunately, change is hard and old habits can be hard to break. It seems we fail more often than succeed. “Willpower” is typically at blame for our failures.