1. Why You Should Invest in Personal Training This Summer

    Americans around the country are beginning their diet and exercise regimens with summer just around the corner. Whether you’re planning a warm tropical cruise or you’re just hoping to feel more confident at the local pool, you may be wondering how you can tone and shape up your body before swimsuit season. In today’s post, we’ll explain why personal training should be your go-to solution f…Read More

  2. All About VO2 Max Testing

    Serious athletes have undoubtedly heard of VO2 max testing as a means of measuring and improving their athletic abilities. Whether you’re looking to push past a plateau or plan a rigorous training regimen, VO2 max testing is a great resource to use when you’re attempting to burn fat and improve your overall fitness. Seasoned athletes and newcomers can both benefit from VO2 max testing, and in …Read More

  3. Four Reasons to Invest in Personal Fitness Training

    With the holiday season behind us, it’s now time to stick to your New Year’s resolution by getting back into the gym. If you read our previous blog, you’re now aware of how valuable a personal fitness trainer can be when you are just starting on your fitness journey or you are trying to maintain a New Year’s resolution. In this blog post, we’re going to give you four more reasons why you…Read More

  4. The Value of Personal Fitness Training This January

    We’re almost to the peak of the holiday season and, if you’re like most Americans, you’re probably thinking about cleaning up your diet and getting into the gym in January. Total Being Fitness is here to support all of your goals in 2018. In this blog, we’ll give you some tips that might help you maintain your New Year’s resolutions, and we’ll also highlight the value that investing in…Read More

  5. Making Your Resolutions Last

    We know that you are ready to work hard in order to fulfill your New Year’s resolutions. However, almost everyone goes through a slump when they aren’t sure if they want to continue, and many people will quit during this time. Make sure your resolutions, motivation, and determination last with the wellness coaching in Southfield that is built around you. What makes A.M. Total Being Fitness dif…Read More

  6. Do you want to change? – Really change?

    Step 1. How not to change:                                   Eat badly for 3 days, good for 2 days, ok for 2 days                                    Repeat cycle for 30 days                                   You will stay the same   Step 2.  Eat badly for 30 days.  In 60 days you will see the …Read More

  7. Did You Know What Really Causes Weight Gain?

    Stress Causes Inflammation Poor Digestion Causes Inflammation Lack of Water Causes Inflammation Processed Foods Cause Inflammation Bottom Line: Inflammation Causes Weight Gain How to Solve It Pray, journal, meditate, exercise to alleviate stress Drink a minimum of 90 oz. of water a day Eat a lot of greens to decrease inflammation Eat food from the Earth, no processed foods Consume fish oil, Omega …Read More

  8. Making It Through The Holidays

    Year after year, we watch helplessly as so many people quit their workout regimes, their diets, and their fitness goals during the holidays, only to come back at the beginning of the year with more weight and less motivation. We care about our clients struggles in every aspect of their lives, and throughout the holidays we work hard to help them persevere. This dedication to your spiritual, emotio…Read More

  9. You Are What You Eat

    The average American consumes approximately 140 pounds of sugar or sweetener annually. Over 25 million of us will be diagnosed with diabetes. Nearly 75% of us will experience cardiovascular disease. These days, people are more aware of their health than ever before in history. But there’s a lot of contradictory information floating around, which can make it harder than ever to achieve your fitne…Read More

  10. Time For Change

    When it comes to fitness, everyone is different. Some people dread working out. They go to the gym and try to stay under the radar, so they won’t feel judged. Others live for the workout. They chase the endorphin rush, or simply love to see the slow and steady change in how they look and feel. Time is another aspect. Some of us have tough schedules, and it can be difficult juggling exercise with…Read More