According to a Pew analysis of Labor Department data, it is estimated that 40% of U.S. employees regularly work more than 50 hours per week, and 20% work more than 60 hours per week. It’s plain to see that we spend a significant amount of our lives at work. If your work environment isn’t optimized to support your healthy lifestyle goals, you could really be sabotaging your chances of success at a happier, healthier way of life. Basically, we want to talk about making work, work for you!   Attend Pinnacle Fitness Club Noon Classes Did you know that Pinnacle Fitness Club offers 45 minute classes over the traditional lunch break? Yup! At 11:45 each day there are a few different classes to choose from. Skip Applebee’s...

If you’ve been to Pinnacle Fitness Club, popped into a class, or had a personal training session with us, you know we’re all about the fitness inspiration (or fitspiration) around here. We’re positively brimming with fitspiration and we thought we should share our favorite ideas and quotes in one place where our members can go to get pumped up or inspired.   “Better sore than sorry.”   “It always seems impossible until it’s done.”   “The best way to predict the future is to create it.”   “Don’t stop when you’re tired, stop when you’re done.”   “A goal without a plan is just a wish.”   “It’s actually pretty simple. Either you do, or you don’t.”   “A good man can make you sexy, strong, and able to take on the world...

According to a study conducted by Static Brain, New Year’s resolution makers are dropping like flies right about now. The study revealed that by the first week into January, 27% of us abandon our resolutions. By week two, 31% of us quit. And by the time we make it into February, just over 50% of us drop off. So, which half are you on? Are you still going strong, or were your resolutions a fad? Well here’s your New Year’s resolution check-in. There’s Still Time You probably made a resolution with the aim of being or doing better this year. So you lost the drive, but did you lose the dream? Do you still want to be or do something better? It is never too late to...

Did you know that heart disease is the leading cause of death in America for both men and women? Heart disease is a factor in one in every four deaths. That is an astounding statistic, right? And it’s one that we don’t want you to be a part of. So, in honor of National Heart Health Month, we’re sharing some heart healthy tips that you can incorporate into your everyday life.   Wash your hands regularly and avoid contact with sick folks. Illnesses like the flu or pneumonia can be really hard on your heart, weakening its strength for years after recovery. Avoid the germs that cause common sickness by washing your hands regularly, getting enough sleep, and staying clear of sniffly, coughing people around you.   Start...