New state guidelines effective 12/3

The Governor and state officials have released a new framework for evaluating the prevalence and effects of COVID-19 in Oregon communities. It is a county by county framework that links prohibited and allowed activities to specific COVID metrics. This new system will be effective Thursday 12/3. […]

2020-11-27T14:29:24-07:00November 27, 2020|

Exercise and the Brain Part 4: Longevity

Everything we’ve discussed up to this point is still on the table. Most of it even more so. Learning, growing, and healing aren’t abilities you’ll stop needing in your life. An elastic brain is a brain that can go the distance. It adapts to new challenges, heals minor damage, and resists major damage. Author Nassim Nicholas Talib coined the term “Anti-fragile” to describe “things that gain from disorder.” He wrote a book about it. This term doesn’t describe an immovable body, frozen and immune to stress. It describes a system that thrives under stress, as all good systems do. A body (and brain) that take the inevitable wear and tear as catalyst for growth and improvement. […]

2020-11-25T12:07:10-07:00November 24, 2020|

Some things cannot be paused

A couple important reminders as we head into this week. It’s our first full week of physical space closure. Staying connected to a routine and your health is more important now than ever. […]

2020-11-22T14:13:45-07:00November 22, 2020|

Sunday 11/22 event details

From our living room to yours, Work Out 💚 Give Back is back in full effect. Our first event takes place on Sunday 11/22 from 9:00 a.m. – 10:15 a.m. The purpose is multifaceted. […]

2020-11-19T10:07:59-07:00November 18, 2020|

Join us!

The support we’ve received from members and trainers since last Friday is overwhelming. We are hard at work advocating for personal training to be considered DIFFERENTLY than big box gyms and large recreational facilities when reopening is evaluated. If you feel strongly and would like to lend your voice and support to our community and cause, information on how best to do so is contained in this message. […]

2020-11-18T11:30:25-07:00November 17, 2020|

The 💚 of Hyatt Training is STRONG

Hyatt Training is so much more than a physical space. And the heart of Hyatt Training is STRONG. Current government guidelines dictate that our physical space must close effective Wednesday, 11/18. However, this in no way indicates that Hyatt Training is not open. Our training sessions will pivot to virtual delivery until we are given the green light to welcome you back to the studio. […]

2020-11-15T11:05:33-07:00November 15, 2020|

A note of thanks

I have been in this business 25 years and notes like the one below still bring tears to my eyes. It lets me know I’m in the right spot and we’re doing the right thing and that’s invaluable. […]

2020-11-03T16:09:38-07:00November 3, 2020|

Work Out 💚 Give Back 2020

Work Out 💚 Give Back is back in full effect for 2020! New to the studio last year, we’re excited to come together (virtually, of course) as a community to support two great local organizations. […]

2020-11-24T16:37:08-07:00October 23, 2020|

Our take on clean

One hallmark of Hyatt Training since our inception has been cleanliness. It didn’t happen by chance, of course. We offer a high-end service and believe whole heartedly that the environment where our members come for said service should be equally high end. To us that means no dust bunnies, no dog hair, no grimy walls, the list goes on. […]

2020-10-26T11:21:59-07:00October 15, 2020|

Hyatt family eats: new fall favorites

We’re all cooking at home A LOT right now. While I have some tried and true favorites that work well with infrequent grocery store trips, I was craving the need to branch out a bit as fall settled in. Check out some of our new favorites this season – I love sharing here in case they inspire you too! […]

2020-10-15T09:19:17-07:00October 15, 2020|

Fiber-rich black bean brownies

Fiber is an old stand by in the nutrition world. But recent research underscores the importance of fiber in hormone regulation and increasing the excretion of endo and exotoxins by supporting natural detoxification. This decadent black bean brownie recipe increases soluble fiber content and supports a healthy GI tract. Fiber doubles down by helping to balance blood sugar and boost metabolism. […]

2020-10-15T09:12:46-07:00October 15, 2020|

#2020

At this point, nothing is unexpected from 2020. In what feels like countless ways, 2020 keeps piling it on. Some of the affronts are expected or at the very least, anticipated. But other things seem to be a collection of the most unexpected happenings. […]

2020-10-08T13:32:22-07:00October 7, 2020|

Exercise and the Brain Part 3: Recovery and Maintenance

So exercise grows the brain and helps regulate it. Plus the younger we start the earlier the benefits are. But what if you’re (as a random example having nothing to do with the author) in your mid-thirties and struggling with stress, self-worth, and focus. You haven’t exercised in years. Maybe you never really did. Are you stuck with the brain you’ve got, unaided by all that great stretching, growing, exercise I mentioned last time? No. And not only no, but an emphatic “absolutely not!” […]

2020-11-25T12:07:40-07:00October 5, 2020|

When this is all over…

When this is all over, what will be the most important thing to you? […]

2020-09-30T12:39:00-07:00October 3, 2020|

Showers Open & Updated Schedule

The Governor has authorized the use of showers inside gyms. Ours will be re-opening, effective Monday 10/5, along with the roll out of an updated schedule at the studio. […]

2020-09-30T09:31:23-07:00September 30, 2020|
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