Clermont’s 2018 State of the City Update

| By Kathryn Deen | The City of Clermont continues to bolster its stronghold as a haven for new businesses. It’s also full speed ahead on plenty of exciting renovations to attract more visitors to its Historic Downtown. Those are the big stories city leaders will focus on as they look ahead for 2018, according to Clermont’s 2018 State of the City Update. “I’m happy … Continue reading Clermont’s 2018 State of the City Update

Achieve Proper Exercise Form, Nutrition with these Tips + Clermont Classes

| By Alex Cromartie | As a fitness trainer, I enjoy working with new clients and always take the opportunity to educate them as much as I can about effectively training their bodies. The truth is that there are some foundations that need to be in place before you’re going to see much success. Allow me to walk you through two key elements to safely … Continue reading Achieve Proper Exercise Form, Nutrition with these Tips + Clermont Classes

A Dietitian’s Advice on New Year’s Resolutions

| By Jamie Stolarz | Happy New Year! What does the start of a new year mean for you? A fresh start on fitness, weight, health, family or your career? Do you find you set resolutions each year but have lost focus on them before the end of the year? Unfortunately, big resolutions are set but most often are not kept. But there’s a secret … Continue reading A Dietitian’s Advice on New Year’s Resolutions

How to Set Mindful Intentions for 2018

| By Penny Amann | Happy 2018!  Time for new beginnings, a fresh new start. Each New Year, millions of people set goals for the next 365 days. Vows to quit smoking, start new careers, lose weight, etc. are set. I dislike the idea of “resolutions,” those loosely placed goals that seem motivating when you make them, but then nag at you unpleasantly for most … Continue reading How to Set Mindful Intentions for 2018

Achieve SMART Fitness Goals this Year

| By Alex Cromartie | Time to start setting your fitness goals for the new year! To ensure success, remember to create SMART goals. S – Specific: Don’t just say, “I want to loose weight,” or, “I want to tone up.” Instead, try a specific goal, like losing 10 percent of your body weight. M – Measurable: Again, goals like, “I want to tone up,” … Continue reading Achieve SMART Fitness Goals this Year