Sandy, a runner in the past, had not been new to fitness. Sandy watched her mother at the age of 89 break her hip. She asked herself, “What would happen if that happened to me?”
Changing your mindset that exercise isn’t something you fit in when you have time, but as something you do for your own good.
Don’t go through life, grow through life. Quote by Eric Butterworth, InspirationBoost.com
Inspiration and motivation comes from all different avenues. Yoga played a major role in one cancer survivor’s wellness journey as he continues to live a single and balanced life.
Read how this member didn’t let cancer win and how life is now coming up roses…or should I say Bee Balm?
Discover how making your health a priority creates balance in your life.
Starting small and seeing the progress you make little by little is the key to continued success.
Fighting the effects of Osteoporosis is only one reason to build up your strength, balance and mobility.
You have step outside your comfort zone and be a little uncomfortable in order to be successful and do the things that you need to do.
Exercise may be one of the best things you can do to manage chronic pain.
True statement: If you are healthy, you feel better and you can enjoy life more!
The miracle of stretching daily has turned this member’s life around. She went from barely being able to do stairs to little to no pain in her knee.
Meet Sandy! Sandy (76) is a widow with two daughters, 3 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. Sandy and her daughters’ favorite thing is their girls weekend in Door County every June! They love to shop together. Outside of the fitness center Sandy always stays active-walking, shopping, gardening, and riding her bike are just some of her favorite ways… Read More
Getting ahead of the game and being proactive about living a healthy, happy life is the key to success!
Working with a Personal Trainer is the best way to reaching your goals safely.
Developing a plan, keeping on track and working hard paid off for this long time member.
Meet the Hennesseys! Lisa (58) and Jim (60) enjoy life together with their fur baby Mooka (their dog). They joined the Bellin Health Fitness family together in 2015. Lisa’s goals were to devote some “me” time after retirement to build confidence, get stronger, and meet new people and Jim’s were to get his body in… Read More
Making a good habit of staying active is what everyone needs in life.
Overcoming stress and realizing it takes a team effort to reach his goals.