1. What Not to Do After Your Workout

    At Fit in New England, we spend a lot of time telling you what you should do after your workout. The hours after your workout are just as critical as the workout itself in terms of seeing the results you seek. So what should you not do after your workout? Read this post to learn more. Not Sleep Our …Read More

  2. Improve Your Sleep With These Simple Habits

    When you’re contemplating how to optimize your physical fitness, you might not give much thought to sleep, but it’s actually an integral aspect of healthy behavior. When you prioritize sleeping well, you are less likely to make poor food choices and you have the energy you need to make your smal…Read More

  3. 4 More Reasons to Work Out That Aren’t About Weight Loss

    Many people are unhappy with their body, particularly their weight. Much of their self-worth is contingent on the number on the scale, and when they go to the gym, it’s to punish themselves for not living up to unrealistic expectations. At Fit in New England, we would like to help you find the joy…Read More

  4. 4 Reasons to Work Out That Aren’t About Weight Loss

    If the messages you get from the media are any indication, everyone is obsessed with weight loss. The entire fitness industry seems to use the number on the scale as a way to shame people into working out. At Fit in New England, we appreciate that weight loss may be one of your fitness goals, and ar…Read More

  5. Should I Do Small Group Training or Personal Training?

    These days, there are so many different options to pursue when it comes to your fitness training when you have a gym membership. You can workout solo, take a workout class, or work with a personal trainer. When you work out alone, the advantages (and disadvantages) are pretty evident. You are able t…Read More

  6. How to Get the Most Out Of Personal Training

    If you have ever felt lost on your fitness journey, there is nothing like personal training to get you back on track. With a fitness coach, you have greater accountability, a deeper level of commitment to your fitness goals, a comprehensive fitness plan, and all the expertise of someone educated and…Read More

  7. How to Overcome the Mental Obstacles to Exercise

    If you read our previous blog, you are well-aware that exercise offers many mental health benefits. However, taking advantage of these is easier said than done, particularly if you have a mental health disorder. Even people without mental health issues struggle with certain mental obstacles to exerc…Read More

  8. Why You Should Exercise for Your Mental Health

    It’s common knowledge that exercise is beneficial to your physical health, but many people don’t consider the positive impact of regular physical activity on your mental health. Getting on a regular exercise schedule can benefit everyone’s psychological well-being, but can be especially effect…Read More

  9. Easy High-Protein Vegetarian Meals

    Whether you have been a vegetarian for years or you’re a carnivore who is trying to incorporate more meat-free meals in your diet, when you’re cooking vegetarian, the most important macronutrient to keep in mind is protein. Vegetarians often struggle to get enough protein in their diets when the…Read More

  10. How to Drink More Water

    Drinking more water is an important step towards your personal fitness. Water fuels your workout, prevents overeating, and ensures that your body is functioning optimally. That being said, if you’re not much of a water drinker, it might be hard for you to imagine upping your intake. Like any good …Read More