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  • Feb 24

    Babes & Bootcamp!! New Location & A New YOU!! 3/7 – 3/28

    Here it is my friends!! Nikki DeJulio and I are starting a four week series of Babes & Bootcamp located at our new location Fog City Fitness! Our friend and BEAST MODE MOTIVATOR Angel Galindo has been kind enough to open up Fog City Fitness to our Babes & Bootcamp series! Join us on March 7th- through March 28th- on Saturday mornings at 8am. For those of you interested in two separate days a week - please let us know :) $20 drop in rate~ What kind of bootcamp is this? High Intensity Interval Training - HIIT Plyometrics Strength Training & More!! All levels welcome!!

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    Posted on Feb 24, 2015
  • Feb 20

    Meetup at Fog City Fitness – Saturday, Feb 21st, 12pm

    What: Free Workout Session. Food Provided! Where: Fog City Fitness, 6674 Mission St, Daly City, CA 94014 When: Saturday, Feb 21st, 2015 - 12:00pm Who: You and your Friends, Family and Neighbor! RSVP: http://www.meetup.com/Fog-City-Fitness-Lifters-and-Go-Hards/events/220348631/ Calling all exercise enthusiasts!! This is a group for anyone looking to test their fitness limits to see what they're capable of. We'll meet up on weekends to have a fun and challenging workout that will test your physical capabilities. Some days the workout will fall in to the High Intensity Interval Training realm of fitness that will challenge both strength and cardio. Other days we might focus on one of the big lifts (squats, dead lifts, overhead press, etc.). No egos here!!! We are not competing against each other, we are testing ourselves. This is for people with a passion for fitness that want to bring the fun back in…

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    Posted on Feb 20, 2015
  • Dec 29

    Be Healthy During the Holidays

    Holiday festivities keep us running around so much that we feel like we don’t even need cardio anymore. If only we didn’t have so much delicious food all around us at all times. But that Filipino food is so good… Like we wrote previously it is possible to succeed in all of your fitness goals throughout the holiday season, it just takes preparation and commitment. About 90% of the active population fails to prepare and commit while closing out the year. And yes, that is a percentage that I just made up. If you are one of those that have struggled to prepare food, just simply enjoyed too many desserts, or struggled to prepare food and ate desserts because of this then there are a few more things you can do. Of course you can always go back to the…

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    Posted on Dec 29, 2014
  • Dec 01

    The Winter is Coming, and Going

    The holidays are a beautiful thing, there are few things better than no work and eating as much as possible with the people who matter the most. The holidays create endless memories that may even become nostalgic as the years pass. We never want to forget these times, but what we do want to forget and even run away from is the negatives associated with the holidays that may have you wishing you were more prepared. Credit cards and bank accounts are never fun to look at after the holidays, to be honest with you I avoid that as long as I can. The post-holiday season is full of me using the ATM and doing the transaction fast enough so that I do not have to see my balance and never asking for receipts when seeing a banker. And no…

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2014
  • Nov 26

    Strained From Inactivity

    Athletes are not the only people to get injured, but we now see that with the growing population of the work force more and more employees are getting injured due to inactivity or bad posture. As a matter of a fact 80-90% of the U.S. population is affected by lower back pain with treatment costs estimated at around 31 billion dollars per year (Schenk et al., 2003). A large majority of the individuals experiencing this kind of pain are the working force who sit on a computer around 8 hours a day. With our nation constantly falling incredibly short of almost all of the daily exercise recommendations that were created by many organizations to help us, we continue to have increasingly larger health risks and injuries in the work force. I too wish that watching Daryl or Rick from Walking…

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    Posted on Nov 26, 2014