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July 2016 Member Of The Month

We took a month off of the Member Of the Month in June but we are back in full force this month. This client has been with us for a short period of time but she is doing great with her workouts and her nutrition. The fact that she has taken the initiative to transform […]

April 2016 Member Of The Month

We’ve already had one heck of a month here at Arizona Training Lab. I want to make sure that we don’t forget the importance of our Members Of The Month. These are people that come in and crush their workouts. On top of that, they participate in a variety of things and make the overall […]

March 2016 Member Of The Month

Big Ups for the March Member of the Month! Super pumped for Donielle Cooper! She comes in, kicks ass, and takes names later! I love it. Keep up the great work D, I’m here to help!   1. How long have you been coming to Arizona Training Lab? I have been coming to ATL since […]

February 2016 Member Of The Month

February 2016 Member of the Month is a special one. We are honoring one of the OG’s of Arizona Training Lab. If you are unfamiliar with what OG is, it’s referred to as Original Gangster. This lady really kicked some ass this past year. She’s developed some Hulk like strength and lost around 20 lbs. […]

The Fallacy Of The Body Mass Index

Do you know what your BMI is? If so, are you considered healthy? Overweight? Underweight? The Body Mass Index (BMI) is supposed to tell you whether or not you are considered healthy. It is determined by the comparison between your weight and height (BMI = weight(kg)/height(m)2). Simply divide the numbers and you have your BMI. […]

Understanding Heart Rate Monitors

We’ve started the New Year and with that, many of us create goals to become healthier and happier. Being active and having a commitment to a fitness plan is a great start, but what if there is something that you could know/learn that could make your progress a bit quicker?

5 Simple Stretches for Tight Hip Flexors

Something we see too often at the ATL are tight hip flexors. Your hip flexors are a group of muscles surrounding your hip that allow you to lift your knees and bend at the waist. They are also responsible for moving your legs from side to side and front to back, as well as helping […]

The Importance Of Water

Severe dehydration can be life threatening, but even mild dehydration can cause problems ranging from headaches and irritability to impaired cognition. Being even slightly dehydrated can also affect your workout performance and recovery. Your body is comprised of about 65% water, and it needs to be properly hydrated to function at it’s best. Wether it’s […]