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By admin on Thursday, June 29th, 2017

  N2SHAPE is in the process of updating our policies.  We have listed a summary of the most important ones until our policy sheet is complete.   We appreciate your cooperation as we are a service business that is based on time. Cancellation rates are as high as 40% in our business, because let’s face […]


By Ellen Yates on Thursday, June 29th, 2017

People who eat 35 grams or more of protein at breakfast have been shown to reduce their food intake by 400 calories/day, are less hungry and are less prone to an increase in body fat. I personally make a shake every morning so that I get my 35+ grams of protein. The shake is the […]


By Ellen Yates on Saturday, August 22nd, 2015

Every Saturday at 715 am we venture to N2SHAPE for our beloved Boot Camp. It is a love/hate relationship – getting up early on a Saturday for something so painful but so much fun. When we are finished, we feel oh so good! As former #Sorority member of #AlphaXiDelta I love these kind of team […]


By Ellen Yates on Monday, June 15th, 2015

The old guideline recommending 30 minutes of exercise three times a week just isn’t enough, according to the latest research. Athletes know that they need to work out every day, and all people who just want to stay healthy can benefit from the same type of exercise program. Why Athletes Need to Exercise Every Day […]


By Ellen Yates on Thursday, January 29th, 2015

N2SHAPE highly recommends that our clients use  a heart rate monitor when working out with us.  We recommend it because it gives you a measurable number or goal to reach when you are working out so that each time you exercise you can achieve that number again or go beyond to improve your fitness level.  […]


By Ellen Yates on Friday, August 1st, 2014

Following a good diet and getting regular exercise become even more important as you get older. Recent research indicates that a diet including good quality protein, such as whey, can help to reduce age-related muscle wasting. Dr. Alan Hayes, a researcher in exercise metabolism at Victoria University, reports that delaying gradual loss of muscle is […]


By admin on Sunday, March 31st, 2013

COME JOIN THE FUN OR JUST WATCH  BOOT CAMP Mon, April 1 at 7 pm. Meet at the tennis courts located behind the 1400 building. If you like the class, register on the spot or on line YOGA Tues, April 2 at 7 pm on the Roof top of the 1600 building. If you like […]


By admin on Sunday, October 28th, 2012

The Gold Team all started with fitness enthusiast Aaron.  In Aaron’s attempt to motivate (and it worked) other Spinners to do a 90 minute Spin on Columbus Day,  he challenged us by saying all that do it will be a part of the Gold Team!  Then, fellow Spinner Carolyn said, “But what about me?”  I […]


By admin on Tuesday, October 9th, 2012

I wanted to share with you a quip from an article that I read about rising health care costs for corporations. It is a long article but I wanted to summarize it with two important points:  the road map of chronic illness and what employers can do to help their employees:  Chronic Illness Road Map:  […]