Is getting exercise among your New Year resolutions? In and around Plymouth, there are large gyms or more tailored facilities for your workout needs. Here’s a sampling of the gym and workout options:
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It’s the new year, and you may be deciding that now is the right time to get healthy. We checked in with Sean Gleeson, a trainer at Lagree MSP in Plymouth, about starting a workout routine and developing strategies to keep it up.
Recover! “That was close,” I think, as I shift my weight slightly to allow for a more balanced lunge mid-exercise, the slow, rhythmic count “one, two, three, four, UP, two, three, four” like a frenzied metronome in my head.
I am not used to failing at these types of things. This is a class I need to go back to in order to perfect. Very few times do I actually push myself to this limit.
We’ve all dreamt of it—the effortless workout, the machine that does it all, the painless calorie burn as we sleep. And as long as we’re dreaming, how about launching the New Year with a plan to get in shape? Kristi Gess, Minnesota regional head trainer for Orangetheory Fitness (OTF) and a fitness coach at the Plymouth branch, has some thoughts on fitness dreams of all kinds.