Blog and News on Fitness, Health, Diet, and Nutrition2023-09-22T15:29:20-04:00

The One on One Fitness Blog

Warmer Weather: Back in the Swing

The physical demands of golf are much different than what most of us experience in our regular daily routines. Therefore, it makes sense that we prepare our bodies for the specific physical stresses we will encounter while enjoying this hobby.

Warmer Weather: Gardening and Yardwork

Knowing how to help your body adjust to the physical demands of working outdoors can ensure that gardening remains an enjoyable, even therapeutic, activity.

Nutrition for Performance

No matter your goals, consuming the right nutrients at the right times is key to replenishing and rebuilding your muscles.

Meal Prep for Beginners

Meal prep does not have to be overwhelming or take hours of our time. Rather, it can be an efficient way to help maintain a healthy diet, as well as reduce the stress that often surrounds cooking.

Nutrition for Longevity

While calorie reduction and the associated weight loss can be an effective way to help us age more healthfully, this is only one piece of the puzzle. The quality of our food choices is just as important to ensuring the quality of our lives.

5 Keys to Healthy Nutrition Habits

Whether you are trying to lose weight, get stronger, or simply improve the quality of your diet, being realistic about your goals and having a strategy to succeed is key.

Training While Traveling

With Spring Break in full swing, now is a good time to consider your fitness goals and make plans to maintain your exercise frequency. Regardless of your location or situation, you must have the “tools” to train yourself effectively.

Movement Prep

Take your time and be deliberate with your movement prep. It is not just what you do, but how you do it!

One on One’s Blueprint for Success

The Blueprint for Success is a powerful tool that defines what we want to accomplish (our goals) and the action required to accomplish these goals.


Poor communication inevitably causes problems and stress that, unlike many of the other “curveballs” life throws at us, are totally preventable.

Inventory Taking

Simply put, Inventory Taking is the act of formally examining our efforts and habits in all areas of our lives (relationships, career, health, etc.). It is a proactive process that helps us identify if we are on track to attain our goals.

Goal Setting: Focus on the Long Term

Goal setting can be tricky. To be successful with your shorter-term objectives, you must first have a clear vision of what your longer-term goals are.

Mobility As We Age: Stretching

Improving our mobility provides the “keys to the kingdom” for active aging adults hoping to engage in the same activities they have enjoyed throughout their lives.

Thriving Through the Holidays: Calorie Dense vs. Nutrient Dense

Consuming high-quality calories is especially challenging during the holidays. But what if you could make a few changes to that holiday meal to create a high-volume, lower-calorie meal loaded with vitamins, minerals, and other nutritional components that are essential to a healthy diet?

Are you a “Dabbler”?

For 35+ years, we've have had the privilege of helping thousands of people navigate through their “wellness journey”. If there is one piece of advice we would share to ensure lasting success, it is to start with the right mindset and use a measured approach.


Increasing NEAT, or non-exercise activity thermogenesis, is a small change that can play an integral role in weight loss or maintenance.

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