The MOVE by BJC Blog


TABATA Style Interval Training Thursday, September 19, 20190

TABATA Style Interval Training

TABATA is a style of H.I.I.T. (High Intensity Interval Training) that typically has a work-to-rest ratio of 20seconds:10seconds for each exercise. The goal of a TABATA workout is to get your heart rate up by working intensely with short breaks in between.

Take Your Workout to the Water Monday, July 08, 20190

Take Your Workout to the Water

Whether you go to the pool or a lake, water is an ideal place to exercise.

Staying Active in Missouri this Summer Monday, July 01, 20190

Staying Active in Missouri this Summer

Missouri offers a wide variety of outdoor recreation activities that can help you stay active this summer. Here's a list of activities and their locations. 

Achieving Better Balance Friday, June 21, 20190

Achieving Better Balance

Incorporating balance training into your fitness routine is essential as you age.

How to Stay on Track while Traveling Tuesday, June 11, 20190

How to Stay on Track while Traveling

Although relaxing and unwinding is beneficial for overall health, staying on track with your diet and exercise goals is important. 

The Importance of Ankle Mobility Friday, May 31, 20190

The Importance of Ankle Mobility

With ankle mobility being involved in so many movements, it is important to consider what your own ankle mobility is like, specifically your ankle dorsiflexion.

Is Trail Running Right for You? Tuesday, May 28, 20190

Is Trail Running Right for You?

Discover how trail running can be beneficial and some tips to get started. 

Meet Our Meditation Instructor Thursday, May 16, 20190

Meet Our Meditation Instructor

David McGraw

What's With All the Letters? Friday, May 10, 20190

What's With All the Letters?

If you pick up a business card from one of our team members at Move, you might notice a long line of letters behind their name. Here's a comprehensive list to help you decipher this alphabet soup.

What Sets Move Apart? Friday, April 26, 20190

What Sets Move Apart?

Our mission at Move – helping you move better is just as important as making you move more.