Posts categorized as: Lynne Brick


Confessions of a Foodie in Europe

November 1, 2013 By: Vanessa Craddock

I was a woman on a mission, and with any mission, you show up prepared.  You wouldn’t go to a gun fight without a gun, throw a pool party without a pool, or vacation in Paris without fine dining.  Not if you are me.  So, I needed a plan. The internet had plenty of websites…

Timing is Everything

February 11, 2012 By: Monyka Berrocosa

I have heard Lynne Brick explain the importance of the Oxygen mask theory numerous times – and I think it’s a good one for most busy women (anyone really). The basic premise is – if you don’t care for yourself FIRST it is very hard to effectively care for others. I have known I should…

How to Build a Stronger Tighter Tush!

January 13, 2012 By: Lynne Brick

Special Thanks to Leslie Cahill for her help on this fit tip. Last week I was able to attend one of Leslie Cahill’s Baltimore Barre classes.  The class was amazing and has awesome moves that are very helpful in building that stronger tush and long lean legs that we all strive to have and work…

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Fitness Resolutions for 2012

December 30, 2011 By: Victor Brick

Here are four fitness resolutions I recommend for 2012: Increase your weight. Many people simply do not use enough weight when weight training. Remember, the secret of weight training is the “Overload Principle”. This principle states that you must work a muscle to exhaustion so that when it builds itself back up, it is stronger,…

New Rear for the New Year! Part II

December 23, 2011 By: Lynne Brick

Special thanks to our members and staff at Brick Bodies Padonia for sharing their favorite gluteal exercise! Merry Fitness and Happy New Rear! Now that it’s officially the “end” of the year, I invited a few of our members and staff to share their favorite gluteal exercise to build their “happy new rear.”  Perhaps some…

New Rear for the New Year!

December 9, 2011 By: Lynne Brick

Special thanks to Nick Ehrlich, Personal Training Team Leader at Brick Bodies Padonia, for sharing his expertise!  It’s hard to believe it’s the “end” of the year.  Time to do the right moves to help build your new rear, in the new year! I invited Nick Ehrlich to share his favorite gluteal exercise to tone,…

December Good Ole’ Uncle Vic

December 2, 2011 By: Victor Brick

Hi, everyone. Happy Holidays. It doesn’t feel like the holidays with this weather but I am not complaining. The cold weather will get here soon enough. The answer to October’s trivia question:  What college is Steve Jobs’ alma mater?  This was a trick question.  The answer is he didn’t graduate from college! This month’s quiz:…

Whether you exercise or not, this tip can help prevent cancer, Part II

November 25, 2011 By: Lynne Brick

In part I, I discussed that even though you may get 30 minutes of cardio every day, if you spend the rest of your day sitting, you may be at higher risk of developing cancer. Recent research is indicating that sitting for prolonged periods of time increases your risk of colon cancer, endometrial cancer and…

Whether You Exercise or Not, This Tip Can Help Prevent Cancer

November 11, 2011 By: Lynne Brick

If you are reading this tip or watching this tip on You Tube, are you sitting? Don’t. Get up off your seat and get up on your feet! Even if you are an avid exerciser, listen up.  Recent research indicates that sitting for prolonged periods of time increases your risk of colon cancer, endometrial cancer…

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Herbs and Spices for Optimum Health and Wellness

October 14, 2011 By: Lynne Brick

Special thanks to Dr. Chris D’Adamo, professor at the University of Maryland School of Medicine and the Center for Integrative Medicine. According to Dr. D’Adamo, herbs and spices are the “pound for pound champs” of the nutrition world.  Here are five common herbs and spices with powerful health-enhancing properties. Black Pepper:   You’re probably using this…

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