There are a lot ways to exercise.  You can run, bike, do Pilates, use kettlebells or the TRX, swim, go to TurboKick or Zumba, use free weights, and the list goes on.  These options are a great thing, but sometimes they can be overwhelming.  You may start asking, “What is the right way to train?  Which of the above is going to benefit me the most?”


Stop spinning your wheels searching for the answer, I have it.  Do a little bit of everything.


Get out of the frame of mind that one exercise is better than another.  There is no better or worse, no right or wrong, only different.  Variety is the spice of life and that famous phrase carries over into the workout world as well.


Variety keeps muscles alert, the body guessing and the mind from becoming bored.  Each exercise has its niche and mixing it up lets you reap the benefits.


The body is a unique machine that is capable of much more than most realize.  Keep it challenged with new moves.


If you’re looking for some new ideas, hop in some group exercise classes or try small group training to learn some new ways to stay fit! For best results, keep your fitness journey fresh and fun

About caseystutzman

Casey Stutzman is an AFAA certified trainer and has been actively involved in the fitness industry since 2004. Since 2006 he has acted as the Head Trainer at the Bay Athletic Club in Alpena Michigan. Casey’s love of athletics and competition drove him in to the fitness industry. He uses his experience as a division 1 college football player, amateur bodybuilding competitor, strongman competitor to help others reach their goals in all areas of fitness. Casey spends his time at Bay Athletic Club teaching Boot Camps, small group training sessions, training clients and working with participants in Bay Athletic Club’s Corporate Fit Challenge program. He also develops strength and conditioning programs and does performance training for a number of local athletic organizations and high school teams. As an Ignite Performance Master trainer and Master Instructor for TRX Casey travels North America to educate and connect with fitness professionals to help them offer more to their clients and athletes. Time outside of fitness is occupied with reading, travel, indoor rock climbing, snow sports and being an active outdoorsman. He enjoys spending free time with his wife Mary Beth, his daughter Vesper, son Indiana and Turkish the family dog.

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