No matter how motivated you are, everyone has days when hitting snooze wins over hitting the fitness studio.
Sphericality member Nancy Mulhearn wants to leave Parkinson’s Disease behind. And she’s organizing a fundraising gala to do just that.
Runner’s World magazine recently named barre class as one of its “Top 10 Fitness Classes for Runners.” Our clients share how they quickly found that they preferred the community at Sphericality over the solitude of running.
The Hormonal Tug of War Are you frustrated because it seems that no matter what you do, your midsection keeps expanding and losing it’s “girlish” shape? Are you thinking “Do I need to flip tires and run bleachers seven days a week to battle this muffin top that is spilling over my jeans
Researchers believe the best option to possibly slow the progression of Parkinson’s is exercise. Nancy Mulhearn’s “No Excuse” attitude and commitment to fitness at Sphericality helps her fight back big time.