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Jul 8th

2015

By Josh Lewis
Category: Bob Galinski
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“I have lost 58lbs and have gone down 3 pant sizes”

Kristy’s story is not unusual here at Garage Gym, but that doesn’t make the journey any easier. It is plain old hard work to change long time habits. BUT with accountability, and a holistic approach to health, encompassing sleep habits, stress, nutrition and exercise, PLUS a community of people going through the same process as you, […]

Jul 6th

2015

By Josh Lewis
Category: Garage Gym
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Garage Gym Produces SERIOUS RESULTS

“Garage Gym is different than any other fitness community I have ever been a part of because of the supportive, enthusiastic, and safe environment created by the trainers and clients. Everyone is on a journey, and we are all working together towards a common goal of a healthier life. The bonus was going from a size 12 to […]

Jun 18th

2015

By Josh Lewis
Category: Garage Gym
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Where does your health consciousness rank?

It has been a while since we have written a blog post here at Garage Gym! Needless to say, when that happens we are working on building, creating and testing new ideas and programs. Very exciting stuff. We have a new class of Garage Gym Trainers going through our Garage Gym Trainers Training Program (GG-TTP), and last session we […]

May 24th

2015

By Josh Lewis
Category: Garage Gym
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Garage Gym Oneida Exciting Announcement

Huge news for Garage Gym! “A tribe is a group of people connected to one another, connected to a leader, and connected to an idea. For millions of years, human beings have been part of one tribe or another. A group needs only two things to be a tribe: a shared interest and a way […]

Apr 8th

2015

By Josh Lewis
Category: Garage Gym
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“I Decided It Was Time For a Change,” by Ryan Lyke

If you are like me and have been heavy most of your life, you are likely comfortable and have now accepted the fact that you are big. You think you can’t lose weight and aren’t meant to be “in shape”. You feel fine at your current weight. You are able to do the things you […]

Apr 5th

2015

By Josh Lewis
Category: Recent Posts
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Garage Gym is HIRING

Garage Gym opened its doors just over 4 years ago with a mission to educate individuals on optimizing their potential within the health and fitness field. Our tribe has grown to over 150 clients. Due to our continued growth, we have recently decided to bring on a part-time trainer with the possibility of moving them to […]

Apr 2nd

2015

By Josh Lewis
Category: Garage Gym
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A Little Ditty: A GARAGE GYM MUST READ

Over the last four years, I’ve had the privilege of hearing hundreds of client stories. Their backgrounds, injuries, motivation, successes, failures, goals, excuses etc…. I’d like to discuss one overly common pattern that I see, and how it plays into the big picture.   Jack and Diane are 41 years old with 2 kids, and […]

Feb 27th

2015

By Josh Lewis
Category: Garage Gym
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Teaching and Learning a Recipe for Success

This was first published in the Clinton Courier.   Teaching and Learning Over the years I have realized the importance of having a teacher in my life. Some may call it a mentor. Without a mentor, most wander aimlessly through life sticking to what is most comfortable for them, their “routine.” A teacher holds you […]

Feb 21st

2015

By Josh Lewis
Category: Garage Gym
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Nosara Costa Rica- The Epicenter of Health

When I wrote this blog post from Nosara, Costa Rica it was 95 degrees and not a cloud in the sky. I am 32 years old and have never left Central NY during winter, so needless to say when I flew out of Syracuse and it was negative 6 (not including wind chill) and landed 12 […]

Feb 15th

2015

By Josh Lewis
Category: Garage Gym
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Fat to Fit by Jordan Reed

“Fat to Fit” by Jordan Reed            In 14 months I had lost 90 pounds and dropped 10 inches off my waist, but the change is more than physical. The amount of knowledge I had gained from this great change is innumerable and I will always remember where my journey has […]