What are the 5 Psychological Stages of Fitness?

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When it comes to adopting a fitness routine, we all know it begins with a desire for change. Maybe you want to lose weight or would like to tone up or expect some health benefits. You can look at this as the first stage of your journey to a fitness plan. But that’s not the […]

How to Find Your Personal Motivator to Achieve Your Fitness Goals

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Some things are easier to find motivation for than others. Responding to an early morning alarm clock ring or heading out on job interviews can be easy for some, but a motivational chore for others. The same can be true when it comes to exercising. While some people look forward to exercising, others need some […]

Top Ways to Stick to Your New Year’s Resolutions!

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Most of us make resolutions every New Year’s Eve for things we’re determined to accomplish over the next 12 months. Some of them are easier to achieve than others, and we always run the risk of falling back into the old patterns we’d hoped to change. So how can you establish some new year’s resolutions […]

Understanding Muscle Strength and Endurance

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If you’re getting serious about starting an exercise plan, you might be considering cardio, aerobics or maybe a class like yoga or Zumba. Those are all popular forms of exercise and fitness. But have you thought about how you can enhance your fitness goals through muscle strength and endurance training?  You might be thinking that’s […]

What You Should Know Before Working with a Personal Coach

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If you’ve decided it’s time to start a regular exercise routine that boosts your health and overall fitness, chances are you’re struggling with all that “choices” stuff — you know, like which gym to go to, what kind of exercises you should do, and what will get you the best results? Decisions, decisions. It’s safe […]

Tips for Making Fitness a Priority in Your Life

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We’ve all been there. Long, tiring workday. Heavy traffic on the commute home. When you finally get there, you just want to relax, unwind, and put another busy day behind you. That’s what most of us want, for sure, but did you know there are more enjoyable, more productive and healthier ways to relax and […]

How Working Out In Groups Could Be Better For You

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Have you ever set a physical fitness goal and had a hard time achieving it? Maybe you wanted to go to the gym three times a week or do a home workout every morning but just couldn’t find the motivation. If that scenario sounds familiar, maybe the issue was with the type of workouts you […]

The Top 5 Benefits of Strength Training

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When you’re working out, there’s no doubt about it – strength matters. When your body is strong, there’s no limit to what you can do. That’s why strength and conditioning courses are the ideal foundation for building a fitness routine. Here, we’re going to take a look at the top 5 benefits of strength training […]

Top Tips For Boosting Your Endurance

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When it comes to achieving big fitness goals, endurance plays a key role. In the physical fitness world, endurance is how well you can endure both cardiovascular and physical strain. Improving your endurance allows you to work longer and harder to improve your body. Therefore, whether you’re training for an obstacle course race, training to […]

Same Training Road, Just a Different Point

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I had a recent run in this last week, one that doesn’t happen very often in our facilities, but one I suspect happens to a lot of gyms all over the country. I don’t know if it’s a new trend brought on by society’s level of intolerance, or maybe people are just more outspoken with […]

Setting Priorities

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What if you knew that by doing one thing a day you would be more productive at work, calmer in the face of adversity, happier with your family, and have more energy for your other daily tasks? Would you take that time out of your schedule to do it, if it guaranteed results like that? […]

Motivation Issues

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Recently, I’ve had motivation issues, my wife has had motivation issues, some of our clients have had motivation issues. Motivation can be hard to come by, especially when things aren’t going the way you want. It’s hard to get up and train at 5 or 6 am. It’s hard to train after work, when it’s […]

The Difference Between Our Mtn Fitness Program and Crossfit

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This last week brought some new things to light, namely that our program is being confused for the largest trend to hit fitness in the last 20 years. The coaches here are RFT Coaching do not hate Crossfit, in fact I held a level 1 Crossfit coach certification for many years, and got started coaching […]

6 Tips For the Beginner OCR Athlete

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1) Build your endurance base. Get outside and run, walk, hike, etc. Using a bike, rower and swimming can be good if you have a history of injuries, but getting outside and using your legs will be paramount. Try to build your time up to at least 90 min of running/walking at one time. Add […]

21 Guns

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The 29th of May will mark a day that is very important to Chris and I. Memorial Day is a day of remembrance for all of those that have sacrificed their lives for this country. We hold a tribute workout every year that is always talked about as the hardest workout we do. We honor […]