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Exercise and Depression

Can a few laps around the block actually solve your emotional problems? Probably not, but a regular exercise program might help. A review of studies stretching back to 1981 concluded that regular exercise can improve mood in people with mild to moderate depression. It...

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What is the Core, What is it’s function?

Anatomical posture and support The core is traditionally assumed to originate most full-body functional movement, including most sports. In addition, the core determines to a large part a person's posture. In all, the human anatomy is built to take force upon the...

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I had the pleasure of meeting Peter when he worked as a personal trainer at Bally’s. He is an amazing trainer, mentor and individual. He truly does his job out of passion and makes you feel as if you can accomplish anything.


I weighed 237 lbs and was wearing size 18/20 in clothes. I had set a goal for myself that at the age of 50yrs old, I’d lose at least 40 lbs. Although, I had started running and lost some weight on my own, I hit a plateau and didn’t know what to do next. I decided to pursue a personal trainer and that’s when I met Peter Sinclair; the beginning of my weight loss journey to a healthy, happy, better me.


After hip surgery and almost hitting 50, I thought my days of thunder were over. But only after a couple of weeks of private training with Peter, I realize there is still hope. And it feels damn good – far better than rolling that office chair on a sheet of bubble wrap.


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