5 Strength Training Myths Facing Women: Debunked. 
Everyone has an opinion when it comes to lifting weights. Do you lift heavy weights? Light weights? Do you lift with higher reps or not all as a woman? In honor of May being Women's Health Month, we've gathered and debunked 5 strength training myths facing women. 

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Episode 3 of Lori's #FitToFly challenge touches on something we can all relate to. How are we supposed to make time for our fitness when we don't even have time to tackle the pile of laundry that's completely redefined the purpose of the accent chair in the corner of the bedroom?

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For as long as I can remember I’ve wanted to sky dive.

Which is kind of weird for a girl who used to take a deep breath before jumping off the short retaining wall with her brother as a kid. I just don’t like falling. But somehow skydiving is different. Even though it’s a serious fall, it’s also an incredible one minute of FLIGHT.

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Meet the Marketing/Digital Marketing Manager, Spencer Barber!

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HMR Named a No. 1 “Best Fast Weight-Loss Diet” by U.S. News and World Report 

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Ed has been a member of Milestone since 2004.  He knew he needed to exercise, as his occupation necessitates a lot of sitting.  So, in order to get active, he came to Milestone because it is in close proximity to his home and gave him no excuse to not exercise.  When he first came to Milestone, he met with a personal trainer, Alison Cardoza, in order to learn the basics of how to exercise correctly, proper form for lifting weights, and how to use the cardio and strength training machines.  He was sporadic with his exercise schedule at first, attending a few days a week and doing light cardio and light strength training exercises.  He eventually hit a plateau in his fitness and was uninspired with his exercise routine.  Eventually two years ago, Ed started thinking about his retirement.  The thought crossed his mind, “When I retire, I want to be able to do anything I want.  I don’t want to be limited in the activities I can do because of my (lack of) fitness.”  So, he decided to make a change and go to the next level in his fitness. 

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