Gym Etiquette Tips

Proper gym etiquette basically amounts to being considerate and not annoying others in the gym.  Most rules of etiquette are common sense, but some are specific to the gym environment and not so obvious, especially to those new to working out.  I’m sure no one wants to offend or annoy others due to lack of…

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Interview with Cory Davis

In this month’s interview, I’d like to introduce you to a regular member of Spring Hill Fitness who has some special skills that could most likely help you with your health and fitness goals, Dr. Cory Davis. Cory has been a member of our gym for over two years now and could easily be mistaken…

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Monkey Bars 101

For those interested in the Monkey Bars at the gym, I wanted to explain their purpose and provide some pointers on how to get across them. Main uses of the Monkey Bars: 1. Obstacle course training!  We’re proud of our obstacle course racers and feel that OCRs are a great way to get fit with…

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Why You Should Do Interval Training

Are you tired of that pudge around your belly?  Do you despise doing steady state cardio for 20-45 minutes at a time?  Did you know that you can burn more fat and improve your heart health and endurance in just a fraction of that time?  Sound too good to be true?  Is this starting to…

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6 Best Landmine Exercises

If you use the weight side of the gym at Spring Hill Fitness, you’ve probably seen the landmine apparatus over by the cross-fitness equipment.  It’s basically a short tube mounted to the floor on a double hinge.  You stick one end of a barbell in it, and the other end is free to move in…

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5 Ways to Stick to Your Workouts Over the Holidays

Sometimes we find ourselves slacking off our exercise routines during the holidays, either due to cold weather, time spent with relatives, general laziness, or the dreaded carb coma.  If you’re not careful, you could find yourself gaining 10-15 pounds and losing much of the fitness you’ve worked so hard for.  Use these tips to stay…

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A Case for Cheating

To cheat or not to cheat, that is the question!  Kids, never cheat on your school work – you won’t learn anything that way.  Grown-ups, don’t cheat on your taxes.  Take all the deductions you can, but don’t cheat.  That would be un-American.  But how about cheating in the gym? If you’ve ever received advice…

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Interview with Bodybuilders Bubba Wise and Erick Hargrove

Jerry “Bubba” Wise and Erick Hargrove, who both recently competed in their first bodybuilding show, are two of our most dedicated members here at Spring Hill Fitness.  It’s not uncommon to find them in the gym 6 days a week, working out for 2+ hours at a time.  For those of you who’ve seen them…

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Girl, Please! You Pay What for What?

I was thinking today, as a powerlifter in my offseason, training Olympic lifts, how truly lucky we are at our gym. With all these pop-up specialty boxes, I’m reminded that I don’t want to fit inside a box or pay a specialty box price! I want to belong to a box without borders, a fitness…

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How Much Protein Do You Need?

We’ve all heard that protein is the building block of muscle.  The question is, how much protein should you be eating to support the hard work you put in at the gym? On the one hand, we have the Recommended Dietary Allowance from the National Institute of Medicine at 0.36 grams of protein per pound…

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