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Youth sports are a great way for young people to get active and learn important life skills. But barriers like cost, lack of time, and lack of inclusive options for kids of all abilities can make it difficult to participate.
Young athletes ages 13 and up are highly motivated to improve their speed, strength, and agility but sometimes need a reminder to protect their bodies from injury.
Every month, our Registered Dietitian Julia DeLissio will be giving one of you a free 60-minute nutrition counseling session (a $120 value for FREE)! Just enter the raffle at the front desk. Limit...
Julia graduated from SUNY Oneonta in May of 2015, earning her B.S. in Dietetics. She then spent a few years working in a variety of gyms before matching to her Dietetic Internship. During that time,...
"My goal is to integrate nutrition and exercise science through a multi-disciplinary approach by backing up information with current scientific research. I believe that food is fuel and the human...
With Keto Diets on the rise and the fear of carbohydrates growing rapidly, people are confused on what carbohydrates are considered to be important in a balanced diet.Carbohydrates are a major fuel...
Children will have access to our waiting room to take sensory breaks as well.
This means that children of all abilities have the opportunity to interact with trucks, horses and every day hero’s and say hello to the hearts and hands therapy team!
Worcester Fitness Nation…have we got some great news for you!Important changes!Recent changes to state regulations regarding Covid-19 have allowed us to safely open up more of what...
Spin for Kids 2021 Wrap Up By Andy Sharry We didn't plan to host an event this year, but somehow we all pulled it together and created a unique and special event to bridge...
Check out these great workouts featuring Jake the Lion sent out to the elementary school children in the Worcester Public Schools by the Worcester Bravehearts. Our longstanding partners from the Bravehearts are filming this series here at Worcester Fitness. It’s part of the deep connection to the community that’s so important to the Worcester Bravehearts and Worcester Fitness.
These symptoms are called delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS). Experts used to believe that it was due to lactic acid building up. However, now there’s general agreement that inflammation is the culprit.
Whatever the cause, you can find relief. Use these suggestions to prevent muscle soreness or speed up your recovery.
The many benefits of exercise are well documented, through numerous journals and studies that come to the same conclusion: exercise is good for both body and mind.
2020 has been a tough year on all fronts for nearly everyone. Normalcy was thrown out the window, and for many of us our daily routine has not been able to get back to what it was.
The first step on the path to downshifting your stress level is to recognize the signs of being overly stressed in the first place.