Great Massage Testimonial

Here is a recent testimonial from one of our loyal clients:

I have been working out with Carina, my personal trainer at Pro Fitness Network for 3 years.  After standing on my feet as a hairstylist for the past couple of years, I started receiving regular massages at Pro Fitness Network.  The massage is a combination of myofacial release, deep tissue, and trigger point therapy.  What I really like about the massage from my massage therapist is that she really works with my knots and problem areas.  She spends a lot of time on my shoulders and neck, where most of my stress is carried.  Compared to my old massage place, Pro Fitness Network is much more reasonable.


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Today a new client had her second Pilates session.  She is a former dancer and was excited to feel that she had found “those” muscles again, the muscles of the innermost core that dancers use to maintain their center.  Several days later, I was thrilled to hear another client, who had never before danced, describing a feeling in her abdominal area – something that she never before had felt that was “a lot different” from abdominal work she had done before.


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Natural Fiber

Did you know…..Of all of the fruits we eat, apples are the best source of pectin, a natural fiber that has several health benefits. Apples also contain phytochemicals, quercetin, tannins, and antioxidants, all of which have different health benefits. Here’s five the top five reasons to make them a part of your diet.

Apples improve the bowels.
Apples lower cholesterol.
Apples reduce the risk of cancer.
Apples slow the aging process.
Apples help to prevent hair loss.

Quick Tip…. Have some peanut butter on your apple to help with protein and satiety!


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Today, a client who travels frequently for business accomplished a challenging back exercise.  This exercise is one that was tough for him to do at an earlier session.  The exercise requires a side-to-side movement of the spine while using the abdominals.  The client felt victorious and experienced a “free” feeling of movement in the back, while at the same time could feel the abs to do the work.

Kathy Braidhill


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1700: the average person ate 4lbs. of sugar a year

1800: 18lbs of sugar/year

1900: 90lbs of sugar/year

TODAY: more than 1/4 of our population is eating 180lbs of sugar a Year!


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