We know lifting weights builds and tones muscle, burns fat, and boosts your metabolism, but lifting also has a profusion of other health benefits. Some of them may surprise you. read more
LIFTONIC proudly welcomed Lauren Bustos - a professional footballing and passionate group fitness enthusiast - to the fam in early 2017. Read on for her story, background, and what drew her to the LIFTONIC method. read more
The journey to lean down and tone up doesn’t end the moment we leave the fitness studio -- in fact, lifting is really only half the battle. These daily habits will maximize your efforts on the bench. read more
We are now offering private training to those who want to master the LIFTONIC method on their own time in our private studio. As a promotion through 2/28/17, we are offering 2 personal training sessions for $79. read more
LIFTONIC proudly welcomed Liz Divine, a National Academy of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer and local New Yorker, to the fam in late 2016. Get to know Liz, her story, what drew her to LIFTONIC, read more
Most of us have been making -- and breaking -- New Year’s resolutions since we were kids. When the clock strikes midnight read more
We get it - the holidays are a time to relax, enjoy and indulge - and there’s nothing wrong with sipping on a little eggnog or having a piece of pie this month. read more
Radan Sturm, a 15-year vet in the fitness/training industry, founded LIFTONIC with one simple goal in mind: to teach weight training exercises in a contemporary, improved, and cutting-edge way. To create a routine that’s fun, uplifting, and more important than anything, effective. read more
For some, weight training can seem a little intimidating. People commonly associate weights with “bulking up,” therefore it’s reserved for the bodybuilder types or those chasing 20-inch biceps. The LIFTONIC method is here to shatter this fallacy. Sure, if you are...
Stretching is a crucial component in your fitness routine, and like weight training, it has its own set of do’s and don’ts. Proper stretching will decrease your risk of injury and increase blood flow to the muscle, but do it the wrong way, and you can actually cause...