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For Badger Fans Everywhere.

The Wisconsin Badgers football team is having an incredible season, thanks in large part to running back and Heisman Trophy finalist, Montee Ball. Check out his moves in this great highlight video!

For Badger Fans Everywhere.2012-01-03T12:33:12+00:00

Watch the Bras for a Cause Video!

The Bras for a Cause event was a huge success! We raised over $10,000! A BIG THANKS to all of the volunteers and models. Here is some footage from Thursday night. See if you recognize some of the models. I was lucky #7!

Watch the Bras for a Cause Video!2012-01-03T12:13:31+00:00

Bras For a Cause Runway Show & Auction

Mark your calendar for this great fundraiser! Bras for a Cause will be held on October 13th from 5PM-8PM at The Edgewater Hotel. Enjoy an entertaining runway show, live auction, music and food organized by the Women’s Council of Realtors in Madison. It benefits an amazing local charity Breast Cancer Recovery of Madison.

Beautifully decorated bras are premiered in a runway show, modeled by local business owners and celebrities (yes, I’m one of the models) for the roaring, energetic crowd. In addition, there will be music, food, entertainment, and a silent auction. 65% of the proceeds are earmarked for local Breast Cancer Recovery Retreats that directly benefit women in Dane County. This is the first year for WCR in Madison, however, other Chapters of WCR around the country raise thousands of dollars for their local Breast Cancer charities.

Click Here for Ticket or Sponsorship information.

Bras For a Cause Runway Show & Auction2012-01-03T12:10:41+00:00

Pick up the Wisconsin State Journal this Sunday!

Get your paper! Get your paper! Read all about it! Be sure to pick up the Wisconsin State Journal this Sunday (6/19). Writer Andrea Zani is featuring a story in the Sunday Best section about my designation as the “Healthiest Man in America.” What a privilege this is! It will also be on the Wisconsin State Journal website. So don’t miss it!

Pick up the Wisconsin State Journal this Sunday!2012-01-03T12:14:49+00:00

Fun and Exercise in the Snow

The days are getting longer and the weather is getting warmer . . feels like spring is just around the corner! Before we say farewell to the snow, here are some parting thoughts about winter exercise. First of all, get outside. There’s nothing like clean, crisp winter air. It’s invigorating! Second, get moving. This year, in place of my snowblower, we used a snow scoop. It’s great exercise and there’s no gasoline smell. Lastly, make outdoor activities a family affair. I promised my boys that if they helped me clear the driveway, we’d go sledding and have a snow battle. We had a lot of fun!

Fun and Exercise in the Snow2012-01-03T12:20:52+00:00

We Are Celebrating!

A BIG THANKS to all of you for your encouragement and support as Balance Personal Training celebrates 6 years of doing business in Middleton. Certified as a Personal Trainer since 1995, my dedication to your health and fitness goals has only strengthened. I am even more excited as Heather launches her organic gardening consulting business, Green Garden Gal. We look forward to serving you for many years to come.

We Are Celebrating!2010-06-02T09:40:22+00:00

Mark Your Calendar!

How would you like to support Wisconsin Public Television and get a great rate on personal training at the same time? The 6-day WPT Auction begins on Wednesday June 2nd with the Sports Category. Balance Personal Training has donated three packages of 3 personal training sessions. You can bid online or over the phone. Check out http://auction.wpt.org for more info.

Mark Your Calendar!2010-05-03T15:54:31+00:00

Exercising in the Cold

Stating the obvious, Wisconsin winters are different than Southern California winters. During my first “real” winter, I quickly learned that if I wanted to exercise outdoors, proper clothing was essential. Back in California I never owned a winter hat, a scarf, gloves, ear muffs, or wool socks. Now I own a few of each. Remember, your clothes act as insulators by trapping warm air. Just be sure to choose materials that allow sweat to pass through. Why? If your clothes can’t provide a layer of “dry” air near the skin, they will increase the amount of heat your body loses as you exercise. Nowadays it’s easy to find many moisture wicking garments from socks to shirts. And don’t forget to protect your ears (earmuffs), eyes (sunglasses or goggles), and neck (scarf). So whether you’re shoveling the driveway, snow-shoeing, or having a snowball fight, stay warm and enjoy the winter.

Exercising in the Cold2010-04-20T15:38:30+00:00