1. Balanced Fitness & Health Blog

    Healthy BBQ Tips

    What could be better? Enjoying a relaxing day out by the beach while you grill up your favorite meats and eat delicious sides! When it comes to bbqs, the first thing that comes to mind is hamburgers, hot dogs, meats drizzled in sauces, chips, macaroni salad, etc... Now for us fitness enthusiasts, we…Read More

  2. 2015 Industry Challenge Winners

    Congrats on a job well done! Balanced Fitness and Health would like to thank everyone that participated in this year's Industry Challenge and to those that came out to our closing party at Don Chido! Here are the final results: 1st Place: Team Domination - 4.45% BF loss 2nd Place: Deck in Your Face …Read More

  3. Balanced Fitness & Health Personal Training

    The Four Elements of Being an Efficient Mover

    Written by Terry Reddinger, Z-Health Master Trainer Is your body operating at an efficient level for maximum results? Sometimes people come to me in pain and cannot figure out why. Through my assessment process I check for the overall quality of what we call "The Four Elements of Efficiency." Asses…Read More

  4. Balanced Fitness & Health Group Class

    NEW CLASS: Vinyasa Yoga

    To kick off the month of February, we've added a new yoga class to our group exercise schedule: Vinyasa Yoga! Vinyasa means "breath-synchronized movement," and it's a series of poses that will move you through the power of inhaling and exhaling. The movements are smoothly flowing, which explains w…Read More

  5. Balanced Fitness & Health Blog

    Realistic Resolutions

    Balanced Fitness and Health will be hosting a special presentation called "Realistic Resolutions: How to Overcome the Things that Stop You from Reaching Your Goals" on January 27th, 2015 at 11:30 am to 1:00 pm. This event is free for all members and non-members. Presented by Kate Allgood, a Sports P…Read More

  6. Ask the Expert: Pro Tips from our Sports Nutritionist

    We're kicking off National Nutrition Month with a spotlight on our very own Sports Nutritionist, Lauren Brown. Lauren shares her journey and gives us the skinny on sticking to a balanced diet. Before moving to San Diego almost 11 years ago, Lauren grew up living in Grosse Pointe, Michigan. Lauren at…Read More

  7. The Power of Protein, Minus the Meat

    Protein is important to your diet, especially if you're exercising regularly. The body uses it to restore and rebuild bodily tissues, including the muscles, liver and brain. Amino Acids are the smallest components of protein. The body produces some amino acids, critical for bodily functioning, but n…Read More

  8. Spend Less, Get More- H.I.I.T. Training with Tabata

    Lack of time to exercise is the number one reason most people use to explain how they got out of shape. What if there was a workout routine you could do to get the in the best shape of your life, which took less than 10 minutes of actual exercise, and you could do pretty much any exercises you want?…Read More