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MaxStrength Fitness can keep you strong while aging

Some seniors simply refuse to accept physical decline as a natural progression of aging, and research into the science of exercise is making that easier than ever. “Science has shown us that focusing on muscle mass and strength is the key to aging longer and better,” says Jeff Tomaszewski, founder of MaxStrength Fitness studios. “And the...

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Change your lifestyle habits now and redirect your course with MaxStrength Fitness

We all see the proverbial “writing on the wall” at different times and for varying reasons. For some, it might be the sudden death of someone their age, or maybe the potential demise of the company they work for. But the writing doesn’t necessarily have to signal gloom and doom. Those who recognize it in time have the power to change...

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Achieve your maximum transformation in just 20 minutes, twice a week

The top reason people give for not exercising is they don’t have the time. And that’s what creates the sweet spot for MaxStrength Fitness training studios. All it takes is 20 minutes, twice a week, to get in the best shape of your life. Although the workouts are challenging, there’s no sweating involved (studio temps are...

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The recipe for fitness success at MaxStrength Fitness

When he was a graduate student studying exercise physiology at Case Western Reserve University in 2000, Jeff Tomaszewski wrote his master’s thesis on a case study he created exploring the benefits of a strength training program with 10- to 16-year-old Clevelanders. “I was initially turned on to a new style of strength...

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Mary wanted to improve muscle tone and energy, so she turned to MaxStrength Fitness to get there

The profound impact of strength training is having a moment. A recent study suggests that lifting weights protects you against heart attacks and strokes better than running or cycling. Conducted by researchers at St. George’s University, the study analyzed data from 4,086 adults. It found a connection between muscle-building exercise...

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