The 24 Hour Fitness Blog

Pooling Around

by ScottG. on January 25, 2012

Swimming is one of the best all-toning, fat-burning fitness activities in the gym.  It'll condition your entire body and is a great cardiovascular workout. Almost all of your muscles are involved, so if you’re just starting out, you may be surprised how quickly you’ll feel tired.


Sweet Swaps

by ScottG. on January 9, 2012
No one ever said you had to neglect your sweet tooth. Ask an dietitian and he/she will tell you that any food can part of a healthy diet - you just need to learn how to limit the unhealthier choices to once in awhile and make healthier choices more often. However, swapping out some of your favorite sweet treats with these tasty lower-calorie options and you'll be able to give in without totally giving up. Read more...

What's New at 24HourFitness.com

by ScottG. on January 4, 2012

We're always working on stuff here at 24hourfitness.com. From online membership management tools and class finder to a mobile web site and an amazing app for smart phones and tablets.

Awhile back we introduced online personal trainer bios so you can meet some of our great team members, virtual tours of many of our clubs and locally managed Facebook pages for every club - not just an industry standard but one of the first large companies ever to offer this feature. We'd like to share some of these great new features with you! 


Sticking With a New Years Resolution

by ScottG. on December 28, 2011

One of the hardest parts about lifestyle changes is biting off more than you can chew. Choosing a goal like "getting healthier" or "losing 60 pounds" is usually too vague or overwhelming. When goals feel out of reach, it's easy to abandon your plan altogether. Here are five tips that we think will help you reach any goal, including your New Years resolution.


Row, Row, Row Your Boat

by ScottG. on December 14, 2011

The body is great at adaptation.  When you give it the same stimulus repeatedly your body adapts and eventually the task becomes easier and easier.  When it’s easy and your body isn’t challenged you won’t see any improvements.