TRAINER SPOTLIGHT: Debra Goldman | Pilates Works, Inc.

TRAINER SPOTLIGHT: Debra Goldman | Pilates Works, Inc.

Posted Sep 14, 2015 by Gym Source in Health and Wellness.

At Gym Source, we appreciate the importance of personal trainers. That’s why we regularly spotlight local trainers making a big impact on their clients’ well-being. This month, we’re happy to fe

RETHINK YOUR OUTDOOR WORKOUT

RETHINK YOUR OUTDOOR WORKOUT

Posted Aug 20, 2015 by Gym Source in Fitness Tips.

As summer’s heat subsides, your craving for cool fall workouts begins. Good thing, too: Exercising outdoors is the perfect way to reinvigorate your fitness focus and mental health.

5 TIPS FOR STRONGER SHOULDERS

5 TIPS FOR STRONGER SHOULDERS

Posted Aug 20, 2015 by Gym Source in Fitness Tips.

Health, vitality, strength… having strong shoulders says a lot about your overall fitness. It’s no surprise then that many Gym Source clients walk through our doors seeking guidance specific to th

OH, CRAMP! THE SCOOP ON SIDE STITCHES

OH, CRAMP! THE SCOOP ON SIDE STITCHES

Posted Aug 20, 2015 by Gym Source in Outdoor/Adventure.

You know the feeling—that sudden, jolting pain in your side that sends you doubling over instead of moving forward. It has a name:  exercise-related transient abdominal pain (ETAP), better known as

FEATURED EMPLOYEE: JOHN GERAGHTY | SHORT HILLS, NJ

FEATURED EMPLOYEE: JOHN GERAGHTY | SHORT HILLS, NJ

Posted Aug 19, 2015 by Gym Source in Health and Wellness.

Each month, Gym Source features an employee who exemplifies the passion for fitness innovation and dedication to customer service for which the company is known.

FEATURED EMPLOYEE: Marty Weinbaum | New York City

FEATURED EMPLOYEE: Marty Weinbaum | New York City

Posted Jul 15, 2015 by Gym Source in Health and Wellness.

Each month, Gym Source features an employee who exemplifies the passion for fitness innovation and dedication to customer service for which the company is known. Employee:      Marty Weinbaum Loca

Does “Power Training” Boost Performance?

Does “Power Training” Boost Performance?

Posted Jul 15, 2015 by Gym Source in Health and Wellness.

Lately, power training has leapt in popularity. So, Gym Source clients want to know: What is power training—and how do I get the best results?

Can Jet Lag Be Avoided?

Can Jet Lag Be Avoided?

Posted Jul 15, 2015 by Gym Source in Health and Wellness.

Traveling across time zones can hamstring even the most robust athletes. Disruptions to sleep and nutrition—and jet lag, of course—can wreak havoc on routines. Here are a few tips for mitigating t

9 Ways to Beat Shin Splints

9 Ways to Beat Shin Splints

Posted Jul 15, 2015 by Gym Source in Health and Wellness.

Mention the words “shin splints” to an athlete—then watch out: This acute form of agony strikes fear in the heart of anyone who pounds the pavement, plays the court, or works out on any type of

3 Tips for Better Running in the Heat

3 Tips for Better Running in the Heat

Posted Jun 26, 2015 by Gym Source in Health and Wellness.

Now that summer is here, sizzling temperatures are an added challenge to your outdoor running workout. So, how does heat affect your run? More than you might think.

Is Incline Training Bad for Your Knees?

Is Incline Training Bad for Your Knees?

Posted Jun 26, 2015 by Gym Source in Fitness Tips.

Many fitness enthusiasts visit Gym Source with questions about incline training. Intrigued by research they’ve done on the internet (or by the results they’ve seen friends achieve), they ask us fo

Fix Your Weakest Link: Swimming

Fix Your Weakest Link: Swimming

Posted Jun 26, 2015 by Gym Source in Fitness Tips.

When you choose to train for a triathlon, you need to be in top form for three very different sports. Do you have a weak link? If a single leg of your tri—be it swimming, biking or running—isn’t