Back To School Fitness Tips

Meal Prep: Planning meals can mean different things to everyone, but making sure that you have the food you will need to eat healthy throughout the day will save on time, stress, and ensure that you are following your meal plan. It will save you from eating out more or from getting “hangry” later on. […]

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Buffalo Fitness Festival 2015

On September 6th, friends, families, and fitness came together at Riverworks along Buffalo’s beautiful waterfront. Everyone came together to check out this brand new expo event and take advantage of the exciting offerings from various fitness vendors. The expo showcased the area’s hottest trends in the fitness industry by providing ongoing events to allow participation […]

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Steady State vs. Interval Training: Which One Is Best For You

Which of the following is a more effective strategy for traveling from one place to another in the shortest period of time: (1) adding miles to your trip by driving the back streets of a city to avoid traffic jams; or (2) taking the shortest, most direct route even if it means sitting on a […]

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Please Welcome Rachel Giza, Our New Weekend Boot Camp Instructor!

Rachel is excited to be teaching weekend boot camp classes as part of the Jada Blitz training staff. After graduating from SUNY Geneseo, she worked toward an ISSA personal training certification and was a personal trainer for 3 years. More recently, Rachel has spent time training at Jada Blitz, and found herself motivated and inspired […]

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The 10 Best Training Tips You’ve Ever Heard!

by Andrew Beck Over the past 7 years, I have heard more bad fitness advice unknowingly disseminated by otherwise well intentioned people than I could possibly ever formulate responses to. Indeed, most of the time, I let my best wide-eyed, mouth agape, “you’ve got to be kidding me” face signal my reaction to the bits […]

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7 Essential Elements of Rest and Recovery

Rest and recovery are critical components of any successful training program. They are also the least planned and underutilized ways to enhance performance. You may not be aware there is a difference between rest and recovery or how to properly implement them both. If you train for ten hours per week, you have 158 non-training […]

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*Client of the Week*

Client of the Week

John P

This week we recognize John Prisaznuk…our Client of the Week. Here is a little bit about John’s journey My fitness journey began with Gastric Bypass surgery in 2002 and a weight loss of about 110 pounds. In December of 2011, I joined Weight Watchers because I gained a lot of weight back and STILL did […]

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