Going on vacation is a summer essential. Whether you’re surrounded by palm trees or mountains, there are plenty of ways to stay active and have a healthy vacation wherever you’re venturing to.
Just because you’re away from your home gym or Thrive Fitness Atlanta for the week doesn’t mean you have to lose sight of your goals and diet. Here are a guidelines to stay active on your next healthy vacation:
Walk Wherever You Can
If you’re staying downtown, try walking vs. driving to where you need to go. This allows you to burn extra calories, get some cardio in, soak in more of the sights and culture, while saving some money on an Uber. When you can’t spare the time to visit the local gym or park to workout, walking is a sufficient alternative. Just because it may not be as intense as your typical routine doesn’t mean it’s not beneficial. According to Livestrong, walking at an average pace can burn up to 200 calories an hour. When you’re busy exploring a new city, you can rack up thousands more steps than you would at home. Even just at your hotel – taking the stairs instead of the elevator can make a huge difference. Those extra burned calories count when you want to indulge on the local cuisine (go for it).
Take Active Outings for a Healthy Vacation
Whether you’re traveling to a small town or big city, there’s always something adventurous to do. Experience your destination by active means – hiking, swimming, biking, rafting, jogging, and more. These activities are often offered in the form of group tours – making them even more social and enjoyable. Catch a glimpse of the area’s breathtaking views while still challenging your body. If you’re on your feet for most of your excursions, you don’t need to worry about being away from the gym. Getting a workout in on vacation doesn’t always have to be in the hotel’s gym – it can be a part of the vacation itself.
Adventures are always calling, so whether you’re at traveling or not – here’s how many calories that those adventures can shed for men (M) and women (F) in just one hour:
- Climbing: 899 (M), 774 (F)
- Kitesurfing: 945 (M), 814 (F)
- Canoeing: 572 (M), 493 (F)
- Horseback Riding: 327 (M), 279 (F)
- Mountain Biking: 694 (M), 594 (F)
- Surfing: 258 (M), 222 (F)
- Skateboarding: 408 (M), 352 (F)
- Swimming: 490 (M), 422 (F)
- Yoga: 387 (M), 281 (F)
Research Your Amenities
Hotel fitness centers aren’t ideal, but they’re better than nothing. Even if it’s just a treadmill and a few dumbbells, you can still scrap together a quick workout after your day of sightseeing. Those gyms don’t have personal training or a Body Fat Scanner – but they’ll still burn some calories. If there’s no fitness center, ask the front desk for local gyms they may have guest passes to or try some laps in the pool. Keep an eye out for common fitness events in the area you could fit in your itinerary – like 5k’s to free yoga at the local park.
Try Intermittent Fasting (IF)
Even if you don’t normally follow the popular fasting trend, vacations are a good time to start. Without a kitchen – you’ll usually be forced to resort to oversized restaurant portions. Don’t worry, IF won’t leave you feeling sluggish and unprepared to enjoy your healthy vacation – IF will actually improve your energy levels. This calculated change to your diet will allow you to indulge a few meals, while still not falling completely off the wagon. However, IF is not an excuse to overindulge on excessively fat-dense foods. It’s simply a tactic to keep your calorie count under control while eating out more often than not on vacation.
Water, Water, Water
Your location may be filled with tempting adult beverages – but too many could offset your goals. That’s why water should be your best friend away from home. Alcohol and sugary drinks lead us to underestimate how many calories and carbohydrates we’re really consuming. Drinking as little as two cups of water can help curb your appetite and keep you hydrated. This hack is useful come time for a carb-filled, high-calorie meal when eating out. When you’re walking from adventure-to-adventure, you’re losing more water than you think. Not fueling yourself with enough water, especially if you’re vacationing somewhere sunny, can cause anxiety, fatigue, and headaches.
Instead of relying on a juice detox after your summer vacation – just make it an active and healthy one. With Thrive Fitness Atlanta’s customized workout program and meal plan prepared by experienced personal trainers, you’ll have resources at your disposal for a healthy vacation – and a healthy lifestyle. Contact Thrive Fitness Atlanta at email@example.com today to create a lifestyle that you’ll carry to and from your travel destination.
When you want to take your fitness seriously, trust the education and experience of personal trainers. Beyond guidance and motivation, certified trainers have invaluable knowledge in biology, biomechanics, anatomy and physiology that will help you succeed.
Whether you’re a beginner or elite athlete, ask yourself:
- What do I wish to achieve?
- Who inspires me?
- Why take the long road or veer from the path, when you can take the highway?
Losing weight, building muscle or getting in peak physical condition requires hard work, focus and dedication. Challenges will arise along the way. If you leverage the power of a personal trainer to help set goals, create a plan and navigate through the challenges – you’ll find it’s well worth the investment.
From perfecting your form to deciding the best food to fuel your training, trainers are also life coaches, mentors, and friends. They will provide the framework that beginners need as well as the insider knowledge to take advanced athletes to the next level.
Wherever you are in your fitness journey, here are a few reasons anybody could benefit from a personal trainer.
At Thrive Fitness, all of our personal trainers are certified, specialized and also skilled in creating the perfect program for each individual. Without an expert there to guide you, you may limit your progress or develop bad habits without ever knowing. Having a personal trainer by your side can keep you on track, help avoid injury from improper form or over training, and ensure you get the most out of each workout. In addition, training evolves over time just as your body does. Your trainer will outline a program and expertly guide you through each stage of your progress.
Personal trainers boost your confidence
Motivation is an invaluable part of getting and staying in shape. Personal trainers give you that extra push you need at the end of a challenging circuit. Through developing the right plans, they can show you what you’re really capable of. They can boost your ego just enough to help you tackle your goals by providing their unconditional support.
Personal trainers hold you accountable
We all know that feeling of wanting to skip out on the last few reps or just spend the entire day in bed (which sometimes, you need to). Having a trainer by your side is sometimes the only way to make sure you don’t cheat yourself out of an effective workout. By having a partner and sharing your goals – personal trainers leave you no choice but to stay on track.
Personal trainers tailor your workout
Thrive personal trainers take into account each athlete’s goals and personality to build an exercise plan that’s actually sustainable. With an extensive amount of equipment like cardio machines and every weighted prop you can think of – each workout is different for everyone. Not only that, but personal trainers can help you outside the walls of the gym to propel your nutritional needs. At Thrive Fitness, our on-staff nutritionist will help create a customized nutrition plan that perfectly compliments your workout plan.
Personal trainers are make your workouts exciting
At the end of the day, fitness shouldn’t be a chore. Personal trainers are always finding new ways to bring color to your workouts – because they know that people don’t respond to boring. Although exercise can be exhausting, it should never be dull. Training with the right personal trainer or even training in groups can make that five-mile run or 20-minute HIIT circuit fly by much faster than if you’re alone.
You can find out which one of Thrive Fitness’ multiple personal training options is more geared toward your goals by checking out our services here. See what our satisfied training clients have to say about Thrive’s enthusiastic, engaging personal trainers. Email firstname.lastname@example.org today to find out more information about out exercise and nutrition services.
Ready to workout? Game time? It’s important to get moving before you get moving. Stretching is vital for sports and fitness. – in other words, they’re advocating dynamic stretching.
All stretching is effective – so whether you want to run and jump, or do toe touches and hamstring pulls, your preference should relate to the type of exercise and areas of the body you intend to work. The latter falls under static stretching, which is a warm-up that involves staying still. The former falls under dynamic stretching.
However, there is a distinct difference between the two.
What is dynamic stretching?
Dynamic stretching is an active warm-up in which you prepare your body for the movements it is about to perform. It’s a more effective way to brace your muscles for action than standing still since it increases your range of motion as well as blood flow and muscle temperature.
Although the list of benefits of stretching is endless, it’s often overlooked by overly-confident athletes who are eager to jump right into their record-breaking lift. Here are some of the benefits unique to dynamic stretching:
By stretching, you’re not putting your muscles into shock right away – which puts you less at risk for injury. The British Medical Journal (BMJ) conducted a study among young female soccer players and found that “a comprehensive warm-up program designed to improve strength, awareness, and neuromuscular control can prevent injuries.” Their stretching plan included running, jumping, and other dynamic exercises. The study also concluded that “the risk of injury can be reduced by about one third and the risk of severe injuries as much as half.” This could be due to the fact that by dynamic stretching, you’re accessing more muscles than you would by static stretching, which usually focuses on a specific muscle or muscle group.
Studies show that dynamic stretching can not only prepare you for your workout – but also energize your workout. According to one study, “static stretching has a negative effect on balance and agility performance compared to dynamic stretching.” The BMJ also discovered that “high-load dynamic warm-ups enhance power and strength performance.” This is the reason you always see professional athletes of all sports squeezing in all sorts of dynamic stretches before the big game.
Since dynamic stretching literally gets the blood flowing quicker, it makes for a more effective warm-up. What it also does is improve your mobility, even if your goal is just to get some muscle gains. This study shows that a dynamic warm-up model increased hamstring flexibility, while a static model had no effect. By priming your muscles by introducing their whole range of motion early on, that could enhance flexibility in the long run. Not to say that you’ll be doing splits after some shuttle runs, but improvements are inevitable with consistency.
Examples of dynamic stretches
- Arm/Leg swings
- Hip circles
- Half squats
- High kicks
- Trunk rotations
To learn more about injury prevention and how to increase mobility and athleticism, contact the certified personal trainers at Thrive Fitness by emailing us today at email@example.com.
Don’t just sit there. The research is out there and the statistics are in. Beyond the obvious facts that sitting or lying down for long periods can cause back pain and decrease muscle, there are significant risks to your health. Each should be a strong motivator to get up and active!
The Health Risks of Physical Inactivity:
- High Blood Pressure
- Higher Risk of Obesity
- Decrease in Skeletal Muscle Mass
- May Increase the Risk of Certain Cancers
- Increased Risk of Cardiovascular Disease
- Elevated Cholesterol Levels
- Coronary Heart Disease
- Contributes to Anxiety & Depression
Tips to Get Active at Work:
For many who have a job behind the desk, it’s important to incorporate movement into your daily routine. Here are a few tips from the trainers at Thrive Fitness:
- Each hour, get up from your desk to walk or stretch.
- Incorporate a yoga ball into your seating to reduce strain on your back.
- Try a standing desk, treadmill or bike desk vs. a traditional desk or cubicle
- Turn your lunch break into a fitness break. Visit your gym or stroll the streets near your office to clear your lungs, maintain or build muscle and improve circulation. (By the way, this is a naturally effective way to boost your mood, focus & energy too!)
- Wear a FitBit, Apple Watch or other fitness / app technology that will keep you informed on your daily activity and steps to help keep you accountable.
- Take the stairs instead of the elevator or escalator
- Don’t eat at your desk (or at home on the couch)
- Try “movement meetings” with team members or family – take a stroll down the street or a nearby park instead of a meeting room.
- Walk or bike to work (and when running errands)
Getting the Proper Amount of Exercise
When at home and on weekends, here are some great tips to ensure you’re getting the right amount of exercise and activity in your life.
- Limit TV & Smartphone time (this includes television shows to video games)
- Partake in exercise & leisure activities 4-5 times per week. (Gym time, swimming, walking, running, sports, yoga, biking… to get your heart rate pumping and rev up your metabolism).
- Don’t take the “lazy” way out. Every day can benefit from simple activities such as walking the dog, doing household chores, running errands, taking stairs and more.
On top of all the benefits of exercise and being active, rest easy knowing the efforts will help you sleep better, slow aging, enhance your mood and libido, speed up your metabolism, boost immunity and you’ll have fewer health issues throughout your life.
Take the first, important step into fitness. Contact Thrive Fitness for a free consultation. Thrive Fitness offers personal, partner and small group training, body-scan technology, on-site nutritional guidance, specialized training for athletes to seniors and more. Learn more at www.ThriveFitnessAtlanta.com.
Unless you’re a part of the superhero minority, chances are – you’re prone to injury.
Dealing with an injury can definitely take an emotional toll on any athlete. It’s easy to feel flustered and frustrated in the early stages of recovery, when the next intense workout feels miles away.
But fear not – because there will come a time where it’s safe to work out again. When that time comes, it’s important to realize you can’t immediately beat personal records or run a marathon. Coming to grips with that can be challenging – but your patience will pay off.
After a medical professional gives you the green light to hit the gym again, here’s some advice to get you through your overwhelming transition back into the gym:
Patience is a virtue – for a reason. It’s going to take some time to get back into your normal routine, but you’ll get there with patience. A positive mindset is crucial when you’re in a tough situation like an injury. Some situations are tougher than others – but everyone’s frustration is valid. Stay positive and realistic to avoid slowing your recovery or risking re-injury. This is where a trusted personal trainer can give you guidance on realistic expectations and creating a program comprised of effective yet safe exercises and technique. The first workout after a long rest can make you feel invincible, but now is not the time to act out your Olympic weightlifting aspirations.
Start off slow
For your own good, start off slow – and light to rebuild muscle and strength. Often it’s best to start with exercises that increase your flexibility and mobility to prevent further injuries. Go back to the basics and don’t get extravagant with your workouts. Focus on form, rather than weight.
Know your options
If you’re battling a leg injury, rule out the more challenging movements right off the bat. Stay away from pressure-provoking exercises like squats and jumps. If you’re battling a shoulder injury, try some shoulder raises instead of presses to keep as much burden off your muscles as possible. Just because impact exercises are off the table doesn’t mean you can’t rebuild your strength, agility and endurance. Thrive Fitness has specialized certified trainers with experience ranging within collegiate & professional sports to gymnastics and general fitness. Contact a personal trainer at Thrive Fitness to explore all your post-injury options.
Train smart and listen to your body’s cues
Your body never lies – listen to it. If an exercise is irritating your injured area, don’t continue a second longer. Pain is your body’s way of communicating to you that you should probably avoid whatever exercise that may be – or else, you can risk re-injury. It’s important to avoid a vicious cycle of injury, recovery, and injury again. Train smart to rebuild your strength without tearing muscles or blowing out joints.
Day by day, workout by workout, you’ll see and feel improvement. But like most things, the foundation for recovery is hard work and patience. Keep a positive mindset and trust your doctor’s and trainer’s advice. Injuries are a part of almost everyone’s fitness journey.
The certified personal trainers at Thrive Fitness are available to set up a fitness plan to accommodate to your goals, and your injuries. Contact us to learn more.
Transformations can’t and won’t happen overnight. Instead, weight loss transformations are the product of little victories conquered over weeks, months, and years.
Setting goals is the easy part – sticking to them is the hard part. Just ask any resolutioner.
The solution is imagining S.M.A.R.T. goals. To nail your dream #TransformationTuesday post, your weight loss goals should follow these simple, but underestimated criteria:
Specific. Everyone wants to get shredded, but what steps are you taking to get there? Without specific goals in mind, you’re bound to grow frustrated not from a lack of progress – but from a lack of certainty. You can’t build a house without a blueprint. Visualize your start and finish line – and fill in the blanks with specific steps. This can be creating a meal plan you enjoy or attending two training sessions a week.
- Measurable. Quantify – and qualify – your goal. The scale can be a tremendous tool, but it can often be misleading. Those three pounds you literally gained overnight does not equate to three pounds of fat. Taking pictures of yourself as you tread along your journey can also be a useful tool. Pictures offer you a valuable glimpse of how your body is changing. Tape measures are also a useful tool that can quantify your weight loss even when the scale seems deceiving.
Achievable. Some goals are simply unattainable – and that’s okay. If your goal is to hit the gym seven days a week for five hours, your body won’t appreciate you very much. Sustainability and attainability go hand-in-hand. When you go on someone else’s extreme diet or rigorous workout plan, add your own modifications so that you’re not exhausted after three days. By all means, don’t pick the lowest-hanging fruit – but make sure the fruit is still on the tree.
Results-driven. Make sure your goals are yielding results. If they’re not, it’s time to tweak them. If your cardio-only goal isn’t giving you the transformation results you want, try adding some weightlifting into the mix. If your diet isn’t giving you the results you want either, shock your body and switch it up. Fitness is all about trial-and-error when it comes to finding what gives you results.
- Time-bound. Performance under pressure is a game-changer. Try adding a sense of urgency to your goal by applying a reasonable time-frame. Make a timeline – losing half a pound per week is much less of a burden than ten pounds per day. It’s a marathon, not a sprint.
If you’ve set a goal for yourself, congratulations! You’re already halfway there. The next step is to tweak your goal to make it S.M.A.R.T. Your body transformation starts with transforming your goal.
The elite training and nutrition team at Thrive Fitness are able to guide you towards creating the right goals. We offer one-on-one and small group training to provide the optimal training environment. Email us today at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A body in motion will age better than one on the couch, yet many within our baby boomer population grew up with little emphasis on the importance of active living, sports and exercise. As a result, we’ve seen an increase in arthritis, disease, premature aging and more.
New in 2018, Thrive Fitness announces our Functional Aging Programs designed for those 55 years and older, and customized to your body’s unique capabilities and needs.
There are countless studies that prove the important health benefits associated with exercise, and it becomes more important as we age. Here are some of the many benefits of exercise for Baby Boomers & Seniors:
- Improves Mobility
- Reduces Inflammation & the Side Effects from Arthritis
- Improves Circulation and Heart Health
- Improves Brain Health, Memory & Cognitive Function
- Improves Digestion
- Slows Aging
- Improves Mood & Confidence
- Boosts Immunity, Helping to Fight Disease
- Reduces Risk of Falls and Injury
- Enhances Social Interaction
- Boosts Energy & Libido
- Improves Sleep
Through certification by The Functional Aging Institute, Thrive Fitness has developed individualized exercise programs for Boomers & Seniors that include:
- Stretching and Flexibility Exercises
- Balance Techniques
- Low-Impact Aerobics
- Cardio Conditioning
- Bone Density Building
- Strength Training
- Mind/Body Connection
Our specialized, certified trainers provide individualized instruction to account for joint stability, respiratory or cardiac conditions, physical limitations and proper technique to avoid injury.
We invite you to take the first step towards improving your health, and trust us, you’ll love doing it!
Call Thrive Fitness Centers today to get a free, no obligation body diagnostic evaluation and personal training session at 404-431-2639.
Fitness Goals: How Much Exercise Is Right For You?
The ‘right’ amount of exercise for you can depend greatly on what you’re hoping to accomplish. Someone who is overweight and trying to shed pounds, for example, will probably have to exercise differently to a thin person whose aim is to build muscle, but less than someone in marathon training. Most of the studies have shown that the more exercise you do, the better you are. A minimum of 30 minutes per day is the advised amount of exercise for everyone, no matter your age or gender.
Goal: Staying Healthy
Recommendations issued by the Institute of Medicine, an independent group that advises the government, urged at least an hour of moderate exercise a day for optimal health. Regular exercise prevents loss of muscle and bone mass which can result in a deterioration of physical function and frailty. Working out will increase your physical stamina, decrease your chances of osteoporosis, improve your heart and lung function. Exercise can also reduce the risk of depression and memory loss, prevent and regulate diabetes, boost your mood and metabolism, and so much more.
Goal: Losing Weight
Half an hour a day of moderate activity simply won’t work for this goal. To shed the extra pounds, it’s necessary to tap into the body’s stored fuel source – fat – by eating less, eating healthier, and exercising more. How to properly adjust your diet and exercise will depend on various factors, including your current weight, diet, and metabolism.
Goal: Training/Body Sculpting
Weight training is key to developing that ‘sculpted’ look. How much exercise you need to burn fat and look fitter will depend on your metabolism, weight, diet and just how toned you want to be, but it will be a more intense workout in order to achieve dynamic results.
Goal: Improve Athletic Performance
Looking to dominate the game? Athletes become elite athletes by dedicating serious time at the gym and on the field or court! Overall, athletic training consists of exercises to build muscle, gain speed and improve agility — and vary greatly based on your sport: whether you play football, lacrosse, basketball, hockey or track. Understanding the balance of athletic training, gym time, proper diet and ample rest is essential to be a top athlete in your sport.
At Thrive Fitness, our certified personal training team consists of specialists in professional sports to bodybuilding, or obstacle course training (American Ninja to Spartan Race) and total body transformation. Whatever your goal, we will match you with the best elite trainer to help expertly accomplish your goals.
Top 5 Workout Mistakes You Don’t Know You’re Making
Get a more effective workout and faster results by ensuring you aren’t falling into these bad habits.
Over 85% of people are making at least one of these mistakes which can result in injury or undesired results!
Here are the top 5 workout mistakes you want to make sure to avoid:
Not Warming Up & Cooling Down
You are working out- that’s great! But are you warming up and cooling down? Up to 85% of people who exercise alone are failing to warm up and cool down before and after the workout. While being one of the most important elements to a workout regimen, it also one of the most forgotten. Cold muscles just don’t react the same way to exercise and can lead to injury, so spend a few minutes to warm up before you exercise. After your workout, stretching your muscles helps them repair faster, so you can build strength, minimize muscle soreness and look forward to your next workout.
Proper form is essential for most exercises. Done incorrectly, virtually any exercise can lead to injury. At best, you’ll end up with inferior results. So, make sure you get some guidance on how to perform each exercise correctly. The better your form is, the more effective your workout will be, and the faster you’ll see results. There’s also a common misconception that heavier is better, but that’s not always so. If you’re breaking form, you may be lifting too heavy. Start with a lower weight and increase it as you notice your body can handle more. Proper form and weight also help prevent injuries.
Not Planning Ahead
There’s no doubt that you feel great after one killer workout, but unfortunately, that one workout won’t change your body or improve your health. Schedule your workouts like appointments, and make them a top priority in your calendar. Consistency is key. Honor the commitments you make to yourself. If you decide to workout on Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, schedule it in your calendar and get it done. Read our ways to combat your excuses next time you’re feeling drained, tired, sore or lazy.
Feed Your Growth
After you put your muscles through a particularly grueling workout, they need protein to rebuild. Plan your post-workout meal accordingly, and make sure it includes enough protein to support muscle recovery. One option is to drink a healthy protein shake after your workout, however, a healthy diet is paramount, (supplements are useless against a bad diet). Make sure you have a solid diet of lean meats, veggies, whole grains, and a lot of water before you start thinking about muscle gainers, pre-workouts, amino acids, and creatine. The quality of food you eat impacts your physique far more than a cocktail of powders.
It’s important to take a break between sets, but don’t let your body cool down too much. How long you rest between exercises is completely dependent upon your goals and your individual workout. For instance, heavier workouts may require a few minutes between exercises, whereas workouts designed to strictly increase size should feature shorter rest periods. Depending on your goals, rest periods should be between 30 seconds and 3-minutes.
Workout smarter for optimal results! Thrive Fitness is comprised of many of the most elite trainers in the Greater Atlanta area who specialize in body transformation, weight loss, muscle development, body sculpting and athletic performance. Teaming up with on-staff nutritionists, and Thrive Fit Meals and the most advanced body scan technology available onsite, Thrive Fitness is your overall solution to total body health and fitness.
11 Benefits of Exercise You Didn’t Know…
We all know that exercising is good for you. We all know that exercise benefits in weight loss, body sculpting, and improved athletic performance. But do you know how exercise supports our overall health and longevity?
Here are 11 benefits of exercise beyond looking good!
1) Decreases Depression.
Exercising increases the endorphins released in the brain which leads to an elevated mood and confidence and helps reduce stress.
2) Live Longer.
Exercise oxygenates the blood which maintains your skin and organs, slowing down the aging process.
3) Improves your heart and lung function.
Like all muscles, the heart becomes stronger as a result of exercise, so it can pump more blood through the body with every beat with less strain.
4) Slows Dementia.
Research has shown regular exercise slows down memory loss, stimulates cognitive ability and improves your memory.
5) Prevents and Regulates Diabetes.
You naturally lose muscle mass with age, which slows down your metabolism. Exercise boosts metabolism and can reduce blood pressure as well as the glucose in your blood.
6) Reduces Pain.
An inactive lifestyle can lead to back, muscle and joint pain. Even if you are in pain, one of the most recommended treatments is to exercise and strengthen the surrounding muscles.
7) Healthy Libido.
Regular exercise leads to a higher self-esteem, improved circulation, and an increased level of endorphins and release of adrenaline – all factors that contribute to improved sex drive and performance.
8) Promotes Quality Sleep.
Research has shown that exercise contributes a better night’s sleep in quality, length, and frequency.
9) Builds Immune System.
The risks of illness and disease are greatly reduced when you exercise regularly, as you build up and strengthen your immune system.
10) Strengthens Bones.
Exercise prevents loss of bone mass and keeps bones strong. This is great for your posture and decreases your chance of osteoporosis.
11) Physical Stamina.
Exercise has been proven to prevent loss of muscle mass and increase flexibility.
Often when we suffer from one or more of the above ailments or issues, we rely on supplements or prescriptions.
Alternatively, exercise is proven medically to support overall wellness naturally on many levels.
Step up your lifestyle and stop in Thrive Fitness to learn more about your body’s current state of wellness with our new Fit3D Body Scan and InBody 370 Scan technology. Thrive’s trainers and nutritionists will help you start your unique journey towards a healthy diet and exercise!