Next Level Fitness is a personal training and wellness center facility established in 2001. We aim to offer you an optimal way of life that emphasis’s health and wellness in the long run.

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July 2018

Make Small Changes And Start To Feel Amazing

If you've tried to make all the lifestyle changes necessary to get fit, but didn't quite make it, it might be that you took on too much. You don't have to do everything at once. You can make small changes and start to feel amazing, but you need to make sure that you do each change enough to become a habit. Start with something that you know you'll be able to do every day. It could be adding a fifteen minute walk to your schedule, substituting healthy snacks for unhealthy ones or drinking more water. After a few weeks, make...

Learn Something New And Enjoy New Vitality

There's an adage that you're never too old to learn something new and it's so very true. When you learn something new, you change the neural circuits and eventually create new neural pathways in your brain. Most of all, you renew your appreciation for life and enjoy new vitality. It's the same whether you're learning something mental or physical---or a combination of the two. When you take up a new sport, you'll have to learn the rules, but you'll also have to learn how to move your body for the different physical demands of the sport. Change your workout and get...

Create A Small Goal First, Then Achieve It

Too often I see people give up before they even try to get into better shape. That's often because the hurdles they must overcome to achieve their ultimate fitness goals seem too great. It's one of the biggest problems faced by people who have a large amount of weight to lose or someone that has undergone a long period of inactivity. The key to getting fit is to start with goal you truly believe you can accomplish. It may sound simplistic, but it's true. You need to create a small goal first, achieve it and then move on to another...