Hi everyone! Ernie Razzano here. Thank you so much for taking the time to visit. Your

                                               timing is PERFECT! Why you ask?! Because there's no time like the present to get



                                               So autumn is here. Did you have fitness goals you were able to accomplish?

                                               Congratulations!!! Keep up the good work. I'm sure you realized that, like the changing

                                               leaves, it takes time. You can't rush Mother Nature. Anything radical and she starts to

                                               fight back.

Whatever your reasons for joining us here today, rest assured I do want to help.  It's not easy going it alone. Having to  answer to somebody keeps you motivated. Allow me be that somebody.

Fitness is a lifelong commitment. Doing things that you enjoy doing. It's not a 2 month endeavor.  Take your time and peruse our site.  I'm positive you'll like what you see and read.

You have goals for health and fitness, wellness, and even business endeavors.  It's time to finally strive for what you really want in life

After all, it IS too short!

What have you decided to do to make a difference in your life?  Anything?  You did?!  But you quit?  Yea, I've heard that story plenty of times. 

Why? - Simple, too much, too fast.  Whether it's your body, your health, a less-than-satisfying habit, finances, you pick it.  It can't and won't be done overnight.  Accept that fact and don't get caught up in the hype! Baby steps my friend, baby steps.

The statistics on physical inactivity and overweight and obesity may paint a pretty grim picture, but don’t be discouraged. The good news is that there is room for improvement in the way we live, work, and play and that only means that we have the ability to make things change for the better.  Let's work together and allow me to help you or someone you know get into a lifestyle of fitness.

No longer are people thinking rationally about their health.  Our society now expects the government to mange our health!!  We want for a pill, or a product manufacturer to finally develop a fix-all.    

You need  to be rescued from your TV, e-mail boxes, and magazines.

My point is this:  There are guaranteed ways to get fit; without fads or gimmicks.  I'm not into this month's fad or the diet dujour.  As a Master Certified Fitness Training Professional, what I am interested in is science!!  I'll give you straight answers, and the whole truth.       
                                 'You Won't Care How Much I Know, Until You Know How Much I Care!'

Enjoy!!  I'm looking forward to working with you!!!

                                                    "No Fads, No Gimmicks, Just Science" 

                                                        DEDICATED TO THE DEDICATED


Wellness Tip:

5 Foods Your Joints May Love

Strawberries: Why? They are packed with vitamin C. Some studies suggest vitamin C may stymie the progression of osteoarthritis and the accompanying cartilage loss. Other good C sources: oranges, peaches, and red bell peppers.

Olive oil: You know how the Tin Man's joints loved oil? Well, your joints may love olive oil just as much. Research shows that polyphenols in olive oil may help reduce inflammation in the body -- always a good goal if you have arthritis.

Salmon: This fish is loaded with two joint-soothing nutrients: vitamin D and omega-3 fatty acids. If you are deficient in D (and many adults are), boosting your intake could help with osteoarthritis pain and disability. And omega-3 fatty acids have long been promoted by health experts for their anti-inflammatory qualities.

Green tea: This brew is brimming with antioxidants called catechins, inflammation quieters that could delay cartilage damage in people with arthritis.

Leafy greens: The more plant-based foods you add to your diet, the better it probably is for your joints. A Mediterranean-style diet that emphasizes fruit, nuts, and veggies may help quiet inflammation. (Leafy greens also happen to be rich in vitamin K, a nutrient that seems to play a role in osteoarthritis prevention.)


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