Author: Kim C.

Periodization Programs for Strength Training

Often when people work out, especially associates at Reynolds in our on-site gym, they get into a routine they stick to. That is called periodization. Periodization refers to the practice

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Eat Your Water

With the arrival of spring, many of our associates are getting back in the Reynolds Body Shop or their on-site gym, working out outside, or practicing for Reynolds upcoming softball

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Important Strength Training Rule

Many associates spend time in the company fitness center before or after work or during lunch. Often, what they don't know is rather than running on the treadmill on a

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Manage Your Stress and Improve Your Mood

Mood Sometimes we know our work mood is not always up-to-par. With everything in life some days are just not your day. Here are some tips on how to improve

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Recipe Series: Side Dishes

If you are anything like me, my favorite part of the meal is often side dishes. While the main dish is delicious, a complementary vegetable makes the meal complete. And

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Treating and Avoiding Shin Splints

Shin splints are a common, painful injury. While shin splints cannot always be avoided, there are ways to treat them so the pain does not last as long and ways

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Recipe Series: Breakfast

To feel great, you must eat great. If you feel great, you work great and makes you more productive at work. I have compiled some easy, healthy recipes for you

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Steady State Cardio and High Intensity Interval Training

Since the arrival of spring and warm weather, I have noticed more and more Reynolds associates are taking their workouts outside. In celebration of getting off of the treadmill and on to an

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Avoiding The Common Cold

At Reynolds and Reynolds, we encourage our associates to make their wellness a top priority, but the winter months prove to challenge that mindset. Stuffiness, runniness, and the general pain

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What Moves You: Finding Music to Complement Your Workout

The vast majority of exercisers find listening to music makes their workout more enjoyable and even improves the quality of your workout, if you select your playlist carefully. The key

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