How to Maximize Your Workouts With Power Plate

Power Plate Product Demonstration

Posted Apr 5, 2017 by Gym Source in Vibration Training.

What is the Power Plate and How to Maximize Your Workouts Using it. Power Plate is a vibrating platform that helps you prepare faster, perform better and recover quicker. We like to describe a…

Gym Source's Featured Employee: Michelle Willette

Michelle Willette Featured Employee

Posted Feb 20, 2017 by Gym Source in Featured Employee.

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:  Michelle…

Incorporate Vibration Training at Home with the Personal Power Plate

Incorporate Vibration Training at Home with the Personal Power Plate

Posted Jun 16, 2016 by Gym Source in Vibration Training.

What is vibration training and how can you integrate it into your home gym workouts? Well, vibration training is an extremely effective exercise option that can enhance movements, simple or…

Power Plate Brings Golfers’ Game “To a New Level”

Power Plate Brings Golfers’ Game “To a New Level”

Posted Apr 19, 2016 by Gym Source in Commercial Fitness.

Recently, an article on WorldGolf discussing the world-class golf instruction program at the PGA National Resort & Spa cited the Power Plate as one of the pieces of equipment in their for…

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

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

FEATURED EMPLOYEE: Jackie Pflieger | Brookfield, CT

FEATURED EMPLOYEE: Jackie Pflieger | Brookfield, CT

Posted Jun 12, 2015 by Gym Source in Featured Employee.

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:       Jackie Pflieger

Jan’s Excellent Icelandic Adventure, Part 2

Jan Summiting

Posted Jun 12, 2015 by Gym Source in Outdoor/Adventure.

Last month, we introduced you to Gym Source’s own Jan Schole (manager of our showroom in Westport, CT), who is training to compete in the Laugavegur Ultra Marathon in Iceland on July 18, 2015.  Pre

It’s All About That Shake

It’s All About That Shake

Posted May 28, 2015 by Gym Source in Vibration Training.

Lately, personal trainers and fitness pros are integrating isometric traction into their routines. But what is isometric traction—and how can it help you? In a word: shake. Isometric traction is wha

Keep Employees Moving and Motivated with FitStop™

Keep Employees Moving and Motivated with FitStop™

Posted Mar 25, 2015 by Gym Source in Health and Wellness.

For businesses across the country, corporate wellness is a growing workplace priority. From boosting productivity, to reducing health care costs—to improving employee morale—there’s no question

How Power Plate Makes Cold War Fitness HOT

How Power Plate Makes Cold War Fitness HOT

Posted Mar 25, 2015 by Gym Source in Vibration Training.

The year is 1961. Cold War tensions between the U.S. and Soviet Union run high. Both countries are locked in a heated Space Race for technological and ideological supremacy. Then, a staggering develop

Shake Off That Midday Slump (Literally!)

Shake Off That Midday Slump (Literally!)

Posted Mar 6, 2015 by Gym Source in Health and Wellness.

It’s 3:00 PM, and you’re stuck at your desk. There’s a conference call in an hour and a deadline right after, and you realize—again—that the gym isn’t happening. What’s an employee to do