He became a member the very first week we opened. He’s the walking (or rather “running”) definition of dedication and loyalty. He works out for two and a half hours each session, usually three times a week. It is not time spent somewhat idly, and it’s not time without structure or purpose. It’s two and [...]
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You’ve undoubtedly heard us say, repeatedly, that “movement plus dedication equals change” and our featured member, Todd Mosburg, is the embodiment of that. Todd joined Pinamonti Wellness Center five years ago, shortly after we opened. He saw our facility as a perfect fit, “It’s a professional gym that would help me reach my fitness goals,” [...]
As you are reading this you are probably in a seated, forward head, rounded shoulders, somewhat slouched posture. Am I right? Odds are I am because the majority of us find ourselves in a posture similar to this most of the day, especially if we are desk jockeys! Posture has a significant impact on [...]
Running, like life, leads you along a path. Sometimes it takes you where you anticipated going and sometimes it takes you someplace different. We all have our reasons for taking the path we take. In Kelli Gaddy’s case it started by joining our Pinamonti Run club and eventually along a path that took her [...]
Life happens in a structured order. The same goes for how your body functions and responds. It’s part of the natural order of things, and for people looking for a quick fix then the way the body - and nature - works can prove to be disappointing. In today’s world of “I want it and [...]
In the internet universe, quotes, more times than not, are wrongly attributed to someone. Any time you’re surfing the web you will inevitability come across a picture of a famous historical person with a quote, something they supposedly said, but did not. The quotes are either misquoted, wrongly attributed, or worse (and most often) [...]