Last week, a middle-aged female acquaintance shared with me a frustration with her growing middle. She said that she and her friend walked a couple times a week and were “still not losing any weight”. When I asked if she walked briskly, used purposeful arm movements and attained “slightly out of breath” conversations – I […]

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Mojo Success story ūüôā¬† Prior to Mojo, Maggie Youssef was ready to seek treatment¬†for some nagging lower back pain. A physical¬†therapist by trade, she thought she should first try strengthening¬†her core to help¬†relieve¬†the¬†pain, so she decided to give¬†Mojo a shot. ¬†She also added stretching before bed time.¬†After only a few weeks, she is tickled to […]

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If you’ve ever cranked-up your workout only to be “dissed” by the scale, this is for you: The scale is not an effective way to measure your progress. Seeing a lower number on the scale always feels good, but lasting success is muscle accrued and inches lost. Since muscle weighs more than fat, it’s more […]

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Fatigue isn’t the result of exercise, it’s the goal.¬†The moment¬†your body¬†feels fatigue is the when your¬†muscles start building, your heart rate perks up and fat starts to sizzle off. Has your body has become complacent?¬† Weight creeping up?¬† Surprising your workout with bursts of higher intensity (anaerobic) movements dramatically spikes metabolism and weight loss, and […]

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A year ago, Barb Omrod reached out of her comfort zone and gave Mojo Fitness a try. Since joining us, she’s lost 8 pounds and became a lean machine. It didn’t happen overnight, here’s her story‚Ķ “I was never athletic. I played the cello in high school and weighed 40 lbs more than I do […]

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According to Men’s Health magazine, varying training intensity with intervals ALWAYS beats out steady pace jogging. Workouts incorporating short spurts of cardio with periods of strength-building, enhances endurance and trains your body to recruit more muscle, boosting your metabolism and burning more calories all week long. Australian researchers found that women who alternated just 8 […]

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During a recent¬†Edinburgh University study on fitness motivation, participants performed four sessions, each consisting of 10 six-second cycle sprints. In-between circuits, they were allowed to self-select a resting time. During the fifth recovery period, however, their rest time was unknowingly¬†reduced by 10% – and all participants were able to push just as hard. This proved […]

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A few weeks ago, Marie-Pierre Crowe came back to Mojo after a 2 year hiatus. Though she had been active with various classes, she found that she had been slowly gaining weight because she wasn’t getting enough intensity. After only three weeks of notching up her intensity level, she could already see her youthful shape […]

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