To Vegas and Back Successfully

“I work out 5 times a week and eat well but I am not getting the results I want.”  Does this sound like you?  As a Coach at Fitness Quest 10 (www.FitnessQuest10.com) in San Diego, people come to me everyday looking for answers as to why they are not getting the results they strive to achieve.  How do I get stronger? …

Looking To Get Fit In 2010?!?!… Join the Biggest Winner Contest

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Health Editor Turned ‘Miss Fit’ by Jennifer Reed, SDNN

SDNNs health and wellness editor, Jennifer Reed, is on a journey toward a better body.he next month, she will join Fitness Quest 10 trainer Anna Renderer and a group of “Miss Fit’s” in a women’s boot camp program, journaling her success along the way. Four weeks. Three days a week. Bright and early. SDNN’s health editor, Jennifer Reed, center, listens…

“Choosing Your Team” by Brett Klika

Finding the Right Health Care Professional for Youth Injury Care and Prevention It is a near certainty that at some point in a young athletes’ career, they are going to need to seek the services of a health care professional. This can be due to a variety of factors, but usually, it is for the treatment of an acute or…

Nutrition Tips For The Holidays

Simple Strategies to Eat, Drink, and Be Healthy Fitness Quest 10 would like to introduce nutritionist Heather Fleming to the team. Heather’s personal inspiration toward helping others live a life of feeling well and energized started with a degree in Nutritional Science from the University of Nebraska. She pursued the medical field and eventually turned to holistic and alternative healing. …

“Start A Revolution”

By Todd Durkin, MA, CSCS, NCTMB, Founder of Fitness Quest 10, San Diego, CA It’s September 2009 and there’s change in the air. We could say this everyday, but the month of September symbolizes change for so many American families. Kids are going back to school, and with the new school year comes new schedules and routines, new goals and…

Recovery 101

Work hard.  Train hard.  Play even harder. If you live this kind of lifestyle, then you realize the necessity of proper recovery.  I will break it down simply into 5 easy steps: COOL DOWN, EAT, STRETCH, MASSAGE, SLEEP! 1)  Cool Down =  5 – 20 minutes (depending on your workout) of light cardio, walking, or low intensity exercise can help you…

The Importance of Sleep

A good night’s sleep is necessary to perform at the highest level in school, work, and/or sports.  Getting the correct amount of rest is vitally important to our body’s function, in reducing stress, and in keeping us productive.  It is generally recommended that adults get six to nine hours of sleep a night, but as we try to juggle the demands in…

The World’s Mine Oyster

If your muscles are refusing to grow or make strength gains despite your relentless efforts in the gym, perhaps it’s time to look back a few centuries to the works of none other than William Shakespeare to help you break out of your training rut.  While Mr. Shakespeare hardly had the slightest notion that he was scribing a reference to…

SEO 101 (Keywords Reviled)

SEO (Search Engine Optimization) Part 1 Google Keyword Tool For this post I decided to do a video where I explain how to use the Google Keyword Tool to pick your keywords for SEO (Search Engine Optimization) for websites as well as tagging. This post is more geared toward fitness professionals that are looking to improve traffic to their website,…