Your experience in fitness as a whole should be enjoyable - if you're not having a good time, you should probably do something else.

Bring Sally Up So You Aren’t Down During the Winter Season – Brett Horchar, PFP Trainer/Group Instructor   In the winter, sometimes we end up hitting a bit of a wall, not so much a physical wall, but a mental one.  We want to workout yet there is no desire to go to the gym. …

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Do you think you need to spend hours in the gym to get the results you want? Try these 30-minute workouts and you'll believe otherwise!

What is a “bad” training day? A bad training day can be a lot of different things for different people.  You were easily fatigued.  You couldn’t muster the strength to lift that weight.  You didn’t feel that strong in class.  You had to take a lot of breaks or maybe just overall you didn’t meet…

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PFP trainer, Wes Hall, offers his advice on the importance of warming up before we exercise.  Why do we bother?  How long should we really spend getting ready to workout?   Warm-Up Styles When it comes to warmups, you’ll find two camps. On one hand, you’ll have someone who likes to come in, swing their…

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Join CureRock and PFP as we sponsor a silent boot camp at Walter's In Lawrenceville on Sat, Sept 28th at 9 AM.

CureRock is a nonprofit organization that supports the fight against childhood and adolescent & young adult (AYA) cancer.  We help finance educational, research and quality-of-life programs while raising awareness in the community. CureRock sponsors a variety of community events and activities, many of which include incredible live music performances from both local and national musicians…

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For our next Trainer Spotlight, meet Jason! He's our new trainer who has a passion for helping people pursue a healthy lifestyle through physical activity.

Introduction  Hello Pittsburgh and surrounding communities!  I’m Jason Rutkowski, a new personal trainer here at the Pittsburgh Fitness Project.  I have a passion for helping people pursue a healthy lifestyle through exercise and physical activity.  My interest in physical fitness grew out of my participation in sports conditioning programs in my middle and high school…

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You may remember my “Vacation Workout,” article but after experiencing a real vacation, I have some revised tips and tricks for you!

As some of you may know, I have recently taken a vacation to both Budapest and Rome. I was traveling for 10 days, and it was an incredible experience. Between all the sightseeing, delicious food, and time away from work, it was a trip to remember. I have to admit, this was my first “adult,”…

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Do transformation promises actually work? Well, many of them can, if we strictly follow them. Begin your transformation with PFP!

Interested in losing weight? Maybe just maintaining your current weight? Or, maybe it’s improving your overall health and eating better? The reality is that most of us are. And we don’t have to look very far either for advice, solutions, diets, fads, must have foods, supplements, equipment and more. Ok . . . but the…

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This week, we are spotlighting our favorite General Manager, Tony Salerno. Can he help you find a passion for healthy living?

When I was 4 years old my father and I started taking karate together in a nearby town. I learned a lot about developing strength and staying consistent with working out from this at a very young age. Throughout grade school, I participated in all the sports my town had to offer. And although we…

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