Low Impact Ways To Stay Fit

Low Impact Ways To Stay Fit

People with joint problems and special needs often require low impact ways to stay fit. If you use the services of our personal trainers, you’ll get a program designed specifically for those needs. You can also do many things on your own that don’t require slamming your feet in the ground and facing potential risk of musculoskelatal injury. Some of these can even be fun, such as going dancing. Moves that require you to jump or leap should be avoided.

Do you already have an injury to your joint, make that joint stronger or avoid an injury all together.

In order to identify the best low impact exercises, you really need to know what a low impact exercise is. It’s an exercise where at least one foot remains in contact with the ground at all times. Right off, you know it doesn’t describe strength-building exercises, unless you’re jumping on boxes while carrying weights. Dumbbell presses, frontal raises and other weight lifting exercises won’t pound your joints, but build up to heavier weights slowly. Build the muscles up around the joints. Low impact exercises like reverse lunges, squats and step-ups are low impact, but if you have knee joint problems, may further irritate the knee.

You don’t have to have your feet slapping the street to get a good cardio workout.

Of course, you think of running when you hear the word cardio, but other types of workouts can be cardio, too and your feet don’t have to come off the ground. Take some golden oldies from the calisthenic list and modify it. Take the jump out of jumping jacks and you’ll have a great exercise. Instead of jumping up to put your foot out and back in, just slide the foot. The upper body motion can be the same. Riding a stationary bike with a low resistance can also lubricate the joints and reduce pain and stiffness.

Spending time in the pool is a great low impact exercises.

When you’re in water, your body is more buoyant and the water supports you, so there’s less joint impact. However, water does have a resistance when you walk through it that’s 12 times more than walking on land. It’s a natural strength-builder. Choose something simple to start with, like walking in the water. You’ll find it builds strength faster without the damage to your joints.

  • If you want to build upper body strength and endurance, a rowing machine can be a benefit. For a total body exercise without the impact, an elliptical machine is best.
  • Known for being low impact, tai chi, yoga and other gentle exercises are exceptional. The thoughtful, slow movements look relatively easy to do, but are far harder when you do them.
  • Isometric exercises are done by tightening the muscle and holding, then releasing. There is no impact on the joints at all. A great ab isometric is simple. Blow all the air out of your lungs, pull in your tummy tightly and hold, then release as you inhale.
  • Besides obvious times, such as painful joint or bone injuries, stress fractures, pregnancy or arthritis, people who are overweight may want to avoid high impact exercises until they build muscles around the joints.

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Good Exercises For Reduced Mobility

Good Exercises For Reduced Mobility

At one time or another, everyone has faced reduced mobility. Maybe it’s a sprained ankle or something far more challenging. Even aging can put physical limitations on your mobility. It’s not impossible to workout, even if your movement is limited. However, it does mean that you’ll have to adjust most exercises for reduced mobility to make them usable for your situation. You’ll be surprised at how much better you feel after working out, even if your workout is done in bed, lying on your back. Even conditions that involve painful movement can be made less painful with regular exercise.

Don’t start any workout program without the green light from health care professionals.

If you’re under the care of a health professional, always seek their advice first. Sometimes people with physical limitations have to be more careful when it comes to exercise. If you have osteoporosis, swollen joints, chest pain, a history of blood clots or symptoms of illness, like fever, it should be part of the discussion. Most health care professionals agree that short sessions of exercise can help aid the healing process and keep you healthier.

If you’re in a wheel chair or couch bound, you can still do exercises.

Sitting in a chair all day can definitely take its toll, but you don’t have to let it do that. You can do exercises for strength, flexibility and endurance from sitting position, while also aid in preventing pressure sores. Start with exercises for posture. Lift your arms until they’re at right angles to the body. Pull your forearms up until your forearms are at a 90 degree angle to the upper arm. Pull your arms back until they look like a goal post, then push a little further, stretching and trying to put your shoulder blades together. Hold relax and lower your arms, then do it again. Improved posture helps all parts of the body.

Swimming is exceptional for those with chronic pain or limited mobility.

If you have a friend to help you into a pool, the water density will make you buoyant, which makes it easy on the joints and diminishes any weight on the lower body. Even though gravity doesn’t have much of a pull in the pool, water does provide more resistance. In fact, even though you don’t feel as much pain in water, there’s 12 times the resistance as there would be out of water.

  • You can use resistance bands to build strength. Attach them to a stable item or arm of your wheel chair to build upper body strength.
  • Mild exercises like tai chi, can be modified for those wheel chair bound. It’s good for building strength and endurance, plus also improving flexibility. If you’re in need of companionship, there are group classes.
  • A personal trainer can create a program of exercise, specific for your limitations and needs. You’ll be amazed at how much improvement is possible with a trainer’s guidance.
  • Isometric exercises can make muscles stronger, but not by lifting anything or actual movement. You simply tighten the muscles and hold. Tighten your abdominal muscles and hold for a count of ten to build stronger abs without leg lifts or sit-ups.

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Foods That Build Your Immunity

Foods That Build Your Immunity

Clients come to Thrive 24hr Fitness in Brookhaven, GA, to achieve a wide variety of goals. Some people want to lose weight, others want more energy and still others want to be healthier. Not only does working out help boost your good health and immune system, there are foods that build your immunity, too. With the outbreak of Covid-19, a lot of studies were done on ways to boost immunity, many of which were built on previous research. Some of these studies showed that people with higher vitamin D levels were less likely to get covid-19 or weathered the illness better.

Choose your food wisely so you don’t have to choose your medication.

When you have a health issue, you go to a doctor and the doctor prescribes medicine, but wouldn’t it be better not to have that health issue at all? When you boost your immune system, you’ll get closer to that objective of staying healthier. Boosting your immune system can help prevent cancer, viruses, bacteria parasites and other pathogens. If your diet is high in sugar and processed junk food, you’ll actually weaken your immune system. Start by eliminating highly processed meats, refined carbohydrates and foods with extra sugar added. Include beverages that are high in sugar.

Fresh fruits and vegetables provide more than just vitamins and minerals, they provide phytonutrients.

When you eat fruits and vegetables of all colors, you’re providing a wide range of nutrients. Not only are you giving your body vitamins, like vitamin-C, you’re also providing phytonutrients, like anthocyanin bioflavinoids, the substance that makes blueberries blue, grapes red and purple, just to name a few. These have an anti-inflammatory effect and help regulate the immune response. Foods that also help boost immunity include, strawberries, cantaloupe, red bell peppers, Brussels sprouts carrots and mangos that are high in either vitamin C or vitamin A, both of which aid your immune system.

Include foods that contain high amounts of vitamin D.

The body actually makes its own vitamin D when the sun rays hit the skin and the cholesterol close to the surface, which starts a process that ends with vitamin D. Some foods also contain it. They may be fortified with vitamin D, like milk, or have it naturally, such as fatty fish like salmon, egg yolks, red meat, and organ meat like liver. If you get your vitamin D from the sun, do safe sunning. The amount of time you spend in direct sun without a sun block varies by your skin tone, but for most, it should be 10 to 15 minutes.

  • Zinc is an immune system booster. Foods that contain zinc include crab, lobster, whole grain, red meat, poultry, oysters and dairy.
  • Herbs and spices also offer immune building properties. Garlic, cinnamon, cayenne pepper, saffron, black pepper, coriander, ginger and turmeric are on that list. It’s the curcumin in turmeric and allicin in garlic that help.
  • You won’t have to stress about getting the right foods if you fill your plate with colorful fruits and vegetables. Not only are blue, purple and red ones filled with anthocyanins, the carotenoids in orange vegetables also boost your immune functioning.
  • Healthy gut bacteria is important for good immune functioning. Having diets high in soluble fiber can help boost the good bacteria and act as a prebiotic. Gut bacteria are part of your immune system. So can probiotic foods, like sauerkraut and yogurt.

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Set Yourself Up For Success

Set Yourself Up For Success

It’s often not the big gestures, but the small things you do every day that determine your future. It’s the everyday activities that you do that make the difference, whether you’re at aiming for a promotion or trying to lose weight. You can set yourself up for success by making a few changes in your daily life and how you approach any problem or task.

You have to set goals first.

Goals are necessary to create a roadmap for your future. If you’re taking any trip, you have to know what your destination is and your starting point. You need to clearly define what you want to achieve. Just saying, “I want to lose weight” or “I want to look and feel better” isn’t enough. You have to be specific and it needs to be something that’s important to you.

Identify what will help you achieve your goals and make it a habit.

Once you make those goals, you must break them down to mini goals that you can achieve in a week or month to help you arrive at your ultimate destination. If your goal is a physical transformation, then a healthy diet and exercise program is necessary. Your exercise program should be created with your present physical fitness in mind and include flexibility, strength, endurance and balance training. It should work all muscle groups and as you get fitter, be adjusted to match that new fitness level.

Make your changes a habit.

The real benefits come from consistency. It’s all about making a healthy lifestyle a habit, not a one time shot. Sure, if you exercise today that’s beneficial, but the benefit is minimal if you don’t exercise tomorrow or the next day. It’s all about sticking with a program of regular exercise and making healthy eating the norm, not the exception. When you eat healthy, it doesn’t mean you can’t eat a treat or two occasionally. You can, but it shouldn’t be your entire diet and you should keep portion control in mind.

  • It’s not always easy to exercise. Scheduling your exercise at the same time every day helps, but sometimes, you simply don’t want to do it. That’s when you have to make the smart decision to start your workout and you’ll find you’ll be glad you did.
  • Eating healthy isn’t dieting, it’s learning how to make daily choices to eat food with more nutrients, fewer calories and additives. When you eat healthy, you can actually eat more than you thought possible and still attain your fitness goals.
  • Get help. Nobody walks the road to change alone. Sometimes, you need encouragement or guidance. That’s one of the benefits of working with a personal trainer. They provide both.
  • We’ll help you develop a plan to achieve your goals and work with you until you accomplish it. You’ll be surprised to find just how much you can achieve when you set yourself up for success.

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Ready For A Complete Transformation?

Ready For A Complete Transformation?

If you’re like many people, you start the new year with a host of resolutions and promises to yourself that this will be the year that will make the difference. You promise to start eating healthier, exercising more or losing weight so you can look and feel your best. At Thrive Fitness in Brookhaven, GA, we can help you achieve your goals and achieve that physical transformation you’ve thought about for years. No matter what your goal, it should always start with being healthy, being strong and resilient and truly believing in yourself and that you can accomplish anything.

Your transformation goal can be mental or physical.

No matter what your ultimate goal is, you have to have the energy and feel your healthiest to accomplish it. You have to trust that you have what it takes. That all starts with believing in yourself and believing in yourself begins with success. Being your best physically helps you be your best mentally. It provides the energy to help you achieve all your goals, not just how you look and feel.

We can help you lose weight, get stronger and even feel more confident.

Why do some people have confidence and others don’t? They developed it through achieving goals throughout their life. Have you ever noticed how people treat those who are confident? They treat them with more respect, as though they hold some type of secret to life. It all begins with the first impression. That comes from posture and presence. Good posture makes you walk taller and look more confident. The more confident you look, the more others reinforce that appearance. Getting stronger improves your posture and gives you that look of confidence.

Looking your best also makes you more confident and assured.

Imagine loving the image you see in the mirror and enjoying wearing form fitting clothing that shows off the new you. That image in your mind can become a reality. You just have to take the first step to achieve it. It’s not easy to make a transformation. You have to work at it. You have to learn how to eat healthier, exercise and make other lifestyle changes that will help you reach your goal, but you can do it.

  • Every change in life starts with one small step. Our personal trainers can help you achieve your goals with a program designed to take you step-by-step and achieve them.
  • Learning to eat healthy isn’t dieting. It’s learning to make the smartest choices in food. That empowers you with knowledge that can help you lose weight and keep it off permanently.
  • In order to have the best plan for you, we listen to your goals, learn any special needs, identify your present level of fitness and only then, design a program specifically for you.
  • Eating healthy and exercising regularly, not only affects your body, it changes how you look at the world. Exercise burns off stress and improves your mood. Healthy eating affects how you feel mentally and physically.

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Is Nutrition Your Biggest Challenge?

Is Nutrition Your Biggest Challenge?

What is your biggest challenge to having the look you want and feeling your best? Is it moving off the couch and getting exercise? That’s certainly a huge challenge. Is it healthy eating and good nutrition? That’s probably the biggest challenge faced by most people in the Western world. No matter how much you workout at the gym, if your diet isn’t healthy, you won’t get the results you want. You can’t out-exercise a bad diet.

Junk food is just empty calories.

Do you find yourself reaching for those candy bars and snacks at the checkout area of the grocery? Are fast food drive-throughs your answer to, “What’s for dinner?” You’re not doing yourself any service if you’re still eating unhealthy, even if you are working out. A meal of a big mac, medium coca cola and medium french fries contains 1080 calories. While it’s not the worst for you, it certainly wouldn’t be classified as healthy to consume daily. That 1080 calorie content is almost a full day’s worth of calories in one meal. You’d have to run about ten miles or jump rope at high intensity for about an hour and a half to burn off those calories.

You don’t get the nutrients you need to make your body strong.

It’s more than just calories that affect your body. Calories are a convenient way of counting energy units. If you don’t burn all the energy, you store it as fat. Junk food is called that because it contains empty calories. That means it doesn’t provide the nutrients your body needs to function properly. It can affect every part of your body and your life. What you eat has a big effect on not only how you feel, but also your mental and emotional functioning.

Eating healthy isn’t dieting.

Dieting is restrictive and leaves you feeling hungry and deprived. Eating healthy doesn’t. Oven baked chicken fajitas, sesame beef and broccoli, taco pie and chicken cordon bleu roll-ups with sides of vegetables, salad and fruit make a filling meal that tastes delicious, while also providing loads of nutrition and fewer calories. You’ll actually look forward to dinner and find this food is far more appealing to your taste buds.

  • You’ll get faster results if you combine healthy eating with a program of exercise. However, you’ll still get results if you simply change your eating habits. You’ll also have more energy to workout.
  • Studies show that what you eat affects your moods. Eating too many refined carbohydrates can rob you of nutrients like, zinc, B vitamins, iron, vitamin D, magnesium and omega-3 fatty acids that can help keep yo positive and emotionally more stable.
  • Your digestive bacteria control many of the functions of the body and even your moods. If you eat too much sugar or not enough fiber, it can destroy the beneficial bacteria and increase those that harm you.
  • If you don’t think you have time to create healthy meals and aren’t sure where to start. We can offer knowledge or a meal prep service that makes healthy meals for you. With meal prep, you’ll learn what’s healthy when you eat.

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Favorite Low Carb Snacks For Diabetics

Favorite Low Carb Snacks For Diabetics

At Thrive Fitness in, Brookhaven, GA we work with people with a variety of issues, whether it’s losing weight or just getting fit. Often, people come for help when they find they’re borderline diabetic. Their doctor recommended a workout program and healthy eating to help them lose weight. We offer a lot of help with nutrition, and often find most people do better when they have healthy snacks. Here is a list of low carb snacks for diabetics that could help you squelch that craving for something to eat and aid in keeping blood sugar levels normal.

Keep it simple.

Finding the perfect snack can be easy. You want one that gives you an energy boost, but doesn’t make your blood sugar rise too fast. Hard-boiled eggs fit that need. One hard-boiled egg has six grams of protein to provide energy, without the spike. One study showed that people who ate two hard-boiled eggs a day for 12 weeks reduced their blood sugar levels significantly. Hard-boiled eggs also help you lose weight, since they keep you feeling full longer.

Another great snack that’s easy and transports well.

Staying healthy and snacking well doesn’t have to be difficult. Just buy almonds and divide them into bags with a single serving in each. How big is a serving size? It’s one ounce or about a fourth cup or a handful. You’ll get the benefit of the protein to keep you full, fiber to slow the absorption of sugar and healthy fat to add to your feeling of fullness. There’s a lot of healthy nutrients, including 32% of the daily recommended amount—RDA for manganese, 17% of the required riboflavin and 19% of the magnesium you need, plus 12 other vitamins and minerals. Almonds are higher in calories, so limit snacking on them to once a day and keep portion control in mind.

There’s nothing yummier than an apple and some nut butter, unless it’s an apple and cheese.

Pairing a fruit with a protein food provides a quick pick-me-up that doesn’t spike your blood sugar or make it drop dramatically later. Apples are a perfect match because they’re sweet, loaded with nutrients and complement both the cheese and nut butter. It doesn’t matter what type of nut butter you use, even peanut butter is good, just make sure the only ingredients in it are nuts and maybe a little salt. Apples provide several vitamins, such as C, E, and B. It also has magnesium and manganese. All these nutrients help control diabetes. You’ll have a snack that’s high in fiber with antioxidants to help protect the pancreas. You can also combine nut butter or cheese with pears or bananas for similar benefits that fill you up and are healthy.

  • Chickpeas, also called garbanzo beans provide protein and fiber. You can eat them roasted, mixed in a meal or as a hummus dip for other vegetables. Studies show they provide benefits for diabetics, slowing its progression.
  • A dish of cottage cheese with a little unsweetened applesauce is a great snack that also provides energy, fiber and protein to keep you full longer. The cottage cheese alone is health and you can buy it in single serving sizes.
  • Who doesn’t love the crunch of popcorn? It’s a healthy snack that can help when you’re trying to lose weight. It’s high in fiber and really healthy when you make your own in an air-popper.
  • Go nuts with healthy balls. Mix chunky organic peanut butter with chopped bits of apple or some unsweetened applesauce and wheat germ and create a ball. Roll it in wheatgerm and store in the refrigerator.
  • If you’re diabetic and like to snack, natural peanut butter, with just one ingredient—peanuts, should be your best friend. The chunky kind adds even more crunch. Fill celery sticks with a tablespoon of it or stuff it with a long rectangle of cheese for a change of pace.

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The Importance Of Fiber In Your Diet

The Importance Of Fiber In Your Diet

Dietary fiber is often the nutrient that doesn’t get a lot of press. In fact, it’s often the topic of jokes, since it’s known to help relieve constipation. However, fiber in your diet is just as important for your weight loss efforts as it is for colon health. It gives you the feeling of being full longer, so you don’t eat as much. You can increase your fiber, but do it slowly, since some people have negative reactions when they increase it too much at once.

There are two types of fiber and you need both.

Some fiber dissolves in water and creates a gel. It’s soluble fiber. Other types of fiber don’t dissolve. That’s the insoluble type. The soluble fiber is in oats, apples, citrus fruits and more. It’s considered a prebiotic, feeding healthy bacteria. It also helps slow digestion and can be good for regulating sugar levels and blood cholesterol. Insoluble fiber is found in food like wheat bran, beans and vegetables, such as potatoes and green beans. It increases the bulk of your stool and aids in helping food pass through your system, which also can prevent constipation.

If you want to lose weight, increase the amount of fiber in your diet.

You’ll be healthier and lose weight when you add fiber. It not only fills you up without adding extra calories, it also feeds the healthy bacteria in your gut, which provide many benefits for the body. Beneficial bacteria B6, B12, niacin, and folic acid. Beneficial bacteria also aid in many functions in the body and help control the growth of pathogens that make you sick.

If you’re 50 and under, you need more fiber than your older counterparts.

For men who are under 50, 38 grams of fiber a day is the minimum for good health. If you’re over 50 and male, you only need 30 grams. For women under 50, only 25 grams is necessary and drops to 21 grams after 50. A half cup of red kidney beans has 1,6 grams of soluble fiber and 4,9 grams of insoluble fiber. One apple contains 0.9 grams of soluble fiber with 2.0 grams of insoluble fiber. Including whole grains and bran in your diet can increase the amount of fiber in your diet.

  • Oatmeal with fresh fruit and nuts sprinkled on top creates a good combination that provides both protein and fiber. An apple with nut butter is another that makes a great snack to fill you up and keep you feeling full longer.
  • Eating food with fiber can help you feel fuller longer and also aid in keeping blood sugar level. High fiber foods tend to have fewer calories per serving.
  • Cereal fiber is a good way to increase your dietary fiber needs. It can help lower your risk of heart disease and many types of cancer. Cereal fiber is found in whole wheat products like bread and in bran.
  • You can increase your daily fiber by opting for whole grain breads and cereals, eating more fruits and vegetables, increasing the number of legumes you eat and making your snacks higher in fiber, such as apples and peanut butter or a handful of dried fruit and nuts.

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Get A Yearly Eye Exam for your Health

Get A Yearly Eye Exam for your Health

Even if you don’t have problems seeing, it’s a good thing to have a yearly eye exam. Consider it as regular maintenance, like you’d perform on your car. It’s like a dental exam every six months. You may not have a toothache, but you still want to make certain you stop any problem before it gets to that point. Eye exams also provide other information, besides just the quality of your vision.

Eye exams can help detect other problems.

Routine eye exams have helped people identify other serious problems that don’t involve the eyes. It can aid in identifying diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol levels. Eye doctors have even detected signs of brain tumors. These signs are made more visible when the eyes are dilated. It gives the eye doctor an opportunity to check the arteries, blood vessels and cranial nerves in the eyes. This type of identification can occur far before other types of symptoms occur, when it may be too late.

Eye problems can be detected and prevent further damage from occurring.

The World Health Organization conducted a study and concluded that 80% of visual problems could be avoided. Eye strain is one of those problems that can get worse over time if not corrected as quickly as possible. Just using a computer as little as three hours a day can create problems and most people do that almost daily.

Eye diseases are identified during eye exams.

Glaucoma is an insidious disease that slowly develops, but can leave you with vision loss if it’s not treated properly. Cataracts are another eye problem that develops and slowly robs you of visual acuity. Both of these are identified by an eye doctor. The pressure test detects excessive eye pressure, which can affect the health of the optic nerve. That type of damage can’t be reversed.

  • Eye doctors often use an Amsler that identifies the center of vision. The grid should have clear straight lines, but with macular degeneration, the lines are distorted, faded and broken.
  • Eye exams are particularly important for both children and older adults. Children need good vision to help them in school, while older adults face the ravages of aging and serious conditions that occur as we age.
  • Yearly exams help the doctor note changes each year, which helps to understand how healthy your eyes are and reduce the risk for serious conditions.
  • A change in your eye prescription can take its toll. It can make you tired, have headaches and suffer from eye strain. The feeling of exhaustion can affect your energy level and your overall performance in your workout.

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Are You Sabotaging Your Workout With Poor Nutrition?

Do you feel like you’re putting in more hours at the gym, but seeing diminished results? The problem may not be with your workout program but your diet. You could be sabotaging your workout with poor nutrition and unhealthy eating habits. If you go to the gym and do a grueling hour workout, only to stop by the local drive through for a burger, large fries and soft drink, you simply won’t see any weight loss and it also can affect your attempt at building a stronger, healthier body, too.

One hour of working out does burn calories, but not enough to offset unhealthy eating habits.

A big Mac has approximately 490 calories, a large order of fries has 460, top those two off with 250 calorie large coke and you just ate 1200 calories. A 154 pound man burns about 440 calories in an hour of vigorous weight lifting, which doesn’t burn off the calories from just the burger. You’d have to workout with weights vigorously for about two and a half hours to burn off the extra calories or walk at a fast speed for over four hours. Making smarter choices can help you reach your weight loss goal more quickly.

Junk food gets junk results.

Foods that are high in fats and sugar provide empty calories and those affect how well you perform in the gym. They can deplete your energy, besides adding to weight gain. Junk food contains few nutrients, which has an effect on your metabolism, not only making weight loss more difficult, but also increasing the potential for chronic disease that have to potential of wiping out all the benefits from your workout.

What you eat makes a difference in both your physical and mental well-being.

There’s an increased risk of visceral fat—-belly fat, when you eat junk food. That boosts the risk of heart disease, diabetes and inflammation. It’s been linked to mental well-being, such as increase risk of depression and mental health issues. Your body needs a healthy microbiome to function. That means a healthy collection of bacteria and microbes, normally found in the gut. These microscopic entities not only help the body to digest food and glean the nutrients from them. They aid your immune system, boost your metabolism and even affect your brain health and brain function by creating hormones and messaging the brain that affect your mental health.

  • If you want to get the most from your workout, knowing the right food to eat before and after a workout helps build muscle and provide the energy to make your workout effective.
  • The healthier you eat, the more motivated you are to workout. You simply have more energy and a clearer mind that will make you feel more like going to the gym.
  • You weaken your body with a bad diet, which means you’ll experience more sick days that can set you back for weeks.
  • At Thrive 24hr Fitness in Brookhaven, GA, we will help you learn the most scientific workout techniques and the healthiest way to provide the nutrients your body needs through nutritious, yet delicious healthy food.

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