T.O.S.S. Kentucky Program

DR Fitness Systems is pleased to announce that the T.O.S.S. (Throwing & Overhead Strength Systems) Kentucky program has launched! T.O.S.S. was created to reduce injury prevalence and improve performance among athletes playing: baseball (also football quarterback), softball, tennis, volleyball, and swimming. These sports have similar motions through the shoulder girdle and subsequently have similar movement dysfunctions that result from the sport-imposed kinetics. While the baseball pitching motion is different from the freestyle swimming motion in actual movement and speed of movement, both involve […]

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Infant/Child CPR & First Aid Class June 3rd

DR Fitness Systems is hosting an Infant/Child CPR & First Aid Certification Class on Sunday, June 3rd at 2pm.  The cost is $25/per person/couple for CPR training and $25/per person/couple for first aid.  Participants will receive their certification through the American Heart Association. Because of the limited number of space and mannequins, registration before the event is required.  Please contact the studio at 859-266-2639 to reserve your spot! New parents, grandparents, babysitters and family members or anyone who wants to […]

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Introducing Our New Zumba Instructor

We are excited to welcome Zumba instructor Annie Belding to DR Fitness Systems!  Annie will be teaching on Friday evenings from 6:30-7:30 beginning this Friday, April 27th.  Tuesday Zumba will resume on May 8th!  Please read about Annie, in her own words, and help us welcome her! Hi, Im Annie Belding and I love teaching Zumba classes! The reason is simple: Every class feels like a party! I started going to Zumba classes 3 years ago and have been hooked ever […]

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Help “Blondes vs. Brunettes” Tackle Alzheimer’s!

Want to help us tackle Alzheimer’s?! The Alzheimer’s Association’s Blondes vs. Brunettes game is coming up so here’s your chance! Two teams of women – divided to reflect the age-old rivalry between blondes and brunettes – compete in a flag football game to help raise awareness and funds in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease. Our passion and hard work will take us from practice to the playing field, but our success will rely upon the support of our friends and […]

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New Feature – ‘Meal of the Day’

We are excited to announce – DR Fitness Systems has partnered with “The Foodee Project” to bring daily “Meals of the Day” to our website.  The daily Meal of the Day can be found on the right-hand sidebar. The Foodee Project brings the best paleo friendly meals and resources to one easy to use location. The Foodee Project features Paleo-friendly meals submitted by organizations such as The Whole 30, 21 Day Sugar Detox, Balanced Bites and many more.  They maintain […]

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DR Fitness is Running For STRIDE

‘Run the Bluegrass Half Marathon’ is Saturday, March 31st and one of our personal trainers, Will Gates, and his girlfriend Krissy Thomas, are running to raise money for STRIDE.  Their goal is to raise at least $250 each, which will all go to STRIDE. STRIDE is an organization based in Winchester, KY that offers a therapeutic recreation program for individuals with disabilities and mental illness. One’s financial situation does not keep them from being a member of STRIDE, therefore they […]

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The ‘Juicy’ Gossip

By Kimmye Bohannon, The Weekly Juicery I’m going to let you in on some juicy gossip. You know, the kind that leaves you wanting more and that you can’t wait to share with your friends. Are you ready? Here’s the big secret: Juicing raw vegetables is one of the best investments you can make for your health and overall well-being. No gimmicks, false promises, secret sauces or magic bullets. Simple juice with ingredients from the sun and the earth provide […]

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The Search for the Magic Pill

Americans are fat. No earth-shattering information there. Americans are also very lazy. And we don’t get fat overnight, it generally takes years to put on appreciable fat mass. Again, no shocking news. If we weren’t so lazy, we would likely have less of a problem with being so fat. But the funny thing is that even though we may gain 5-10 pounds of fat per year for five years, we want to lose it all by next weekend. “I need […]

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