The ancient Greek physician Hippocrates, often called the father of Western medicine, said “Let food be thy medicine, and medicine be thy food.” With all of its wonderful benefits, garlic must have been on his list. Garlic contains sulfur compounds that function as potent antioxidants that boost your immune system and reduce inflammation. Additionally, garlic is an excellent source of manganese, vitamin B6, vitamin C, copper and selenium, making garlic a superfood you will want to include in your daily diet!. Read more
Super Happy to bring you another Member of the Month! We love showcasing our members each month because of their hard work and dedication. Read more
Overeating is major challenge that many of us face. We are constantly surrounded by the slogan “bigger is always better.” It’s a tough way to live, especially when it comes to losing weight. Read more
February 2014 Member of the Month goes out to Ms. Social Butterfly Keylor Leigh. She’s one of the harder working members at the gym and does a phenomenal job drumming up a little extra energy at 5:45 in the morning. She will have the pleasure of parking in the front spot at the gym along with receiving a free ATL T-Shirt. Read more
There isn’t a better way to bring in the New Year than with the Member of the Month. Read more
Burpee Equivalents: Understanding Junk Food in terms of Your Favorite Exercise
This is a great article discussing the amount of burpees you would need to perform in order to make up for some of the junk food you might eat. Considering that we all love Burpees at the ATL we figured it would be worth sharing.
Frustration can mount when trying to eliminate that last bit of Fat.
Having a baby brings many joys to life. Many of our clients at Arizona Training Lab have children and no matter what stages of Parenthood you are in it brings about the issue of added weight. Read more
Big Shout out this October’s Member of the Month!
Michael Nelson has been one bad ass client for the past few months. Here’s what she has to say about Arizona Training Lab! Michael, Thanks for all your support!
Lateral epicondylitis, I know that this is a mouth full. For us average Joe’s, it is the same as what is referred to in the Medical community as “tennis elbow”. Read more