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Steve Nash Fitness World & Sports Club

Lake to Lake: Ride For The Kids Recap

On August 19, nine staff members from Steve Nash Fitness Clubs (plus a wonderful SNFC Mom) headed on a 586KM ride down the West Coast to Oregon in support of the Michael Cuccione Foundation.  There...

6 Exercises That Personal Trainers Love To Do

Do you wonder what personal trainers do when they get to squeeze in their own workouts?

Success Story: How Alex V. Battled Cancer and Regained Her Ability to Walk

Everyone has a different reason to focus on their health. For some, it's to get a six pack, for others, it's for the ability to walk and do their favourite activities after a devastating illness. 

4 Essential Items To Complete Your Fall Athleisure Look

Ya, this whole "athleisure" thing isn't going anywhere anytime soon. Especially as the weather cools and companies provide even more options to make this trend last. 

Success Story: Alisa Used Fitness to Manage Depression

Weight and depression weave together without even noticing it. Sometimes we gain weight, and then become unhappy, sometimes it's the other way around. 

Success Story: Kurtis L. Overcame A Major Plateau to Hit His Goals

Hitting a plateau can be devastating to your weight loss goals, but having someone like a trainer is essential to blow past it!

Cardio Tips for People Who Hate Cardio

Does the thought of spending 30 minutes (or more) on a treadmill, elliptical, or evening running the seawall, sound worse than being forced to watch re-runs of Toddlers and Tiaras?

Success Story: How Stephen Was Able to Climb the Great Wall of China

After a hernia operation, and losing control of his health, Stephen had one big goal: to climb the Great Wall of China. 

Success Story: Karen V. Found Fitness through Spin Classes

Many times, life can get in the way of a healthy lifestyle. But recognizing where you may have lost track, and knowing you want to find your path is key to making changes.