“If you look good, you feel good. And if you feel good, you play good. If you play good, they pay good…” -Deion Sanders, NFL Hall of Fame Deion was on to something bigger than just an NFL or MLB contract. Life is a game. If you don’t feel good, if you don’t love yourself, you aren’t going to win.
It takes hard work to love yourself. To love who you are inside and out. Intense exercise is hands down the best way to look and feel better physically as well as emotionally. The hard truth is that if you don’t respect yourself, you won’t love yourself.
A healthy able body is an incredible gift. Who could respect someone who throws that gift away? It’s never too late to realize this gift is within your reach.
So, are you looking to tone up, build muscle or just burn fat? Let’s be honest. Every one of us is striving for one, if not all, of these fitness goals. Whether it’s for that bikini body or beach body, look no further. AquaLogix is the fastest way to look your best.
Effects of a short-term aquatic resistance program on strength and body composition in fit young men study by Juan Colado. View Study Report
Why Healthy Aging Begins at 22
The concept of ‘Healthy Aging’, once exclusive to Boomers and Matures, has now been embraced across the entire demographic spectrum. It has become the new cultural currency, transcending money, fame and power. From Botox treatments for women in their 20’s to the growth in anti-aging products and services, agelessness has become a cultural preoccupation. And many health issues that once only plagued older people, such as obesity and diabetes, have reached epidemic proportions among young people and children. This suggests that while agelessness may be the cultural ideal, the reality is that the need, as well as the desire, for healthy aging is getting younger! Read More
The Train Station is pleased to offer aqua training in its beautiful outdoor pool. Exercising in water provides a well-balanced workout that improves all major components of physical fitness, aerobic training, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility and body composition.Read More