Get Out Your FitBall

From the Trainer By Ryan Unverzagt Get Out Your FitBall May is the perfect month to initiate an exercise program if you have slacked lately. The weather starts to cooperate better which favors more outdoor activities. Walking, bike riding, hiking, jogging, or even rollerblading are fun things to do this month. I encourage you to […]

On the Run……

By Nicole Flanagan On the Run…… Spring is in full swing and so is the pitter pat of beginning runners hitting the roads and trails across the country. Similar to the masses of new gym goers in January excited by New Year’s resolutions to become fitter, beginning runners often hit the road at the first […]

Lead In Your Lipstick? Maybe.

By Genevieve LeFranc Lead In Your Lipstick? Maybe. Stop and think for a minute; just how many products do you spray, slather, and swipe on from the moment you wake up to the moment you go to sleep, without a second thought? If you’re anything like me you have dozens of products scattered atop your […]

Time for a Little R&R

By Ryan Unverzagt Time for a Little R&R Thanks for being a loyal reader of the Old Town Crier! Don’t forget to support the fine businesses that advertise within these very pages. Without them, none of this quality material would be possible, and we contributing writers would not be able to share our expertise. With […]

Spring is finally here!

By Nicole Flanagan Spring is finally here! At last we can enjoy the longer daylight hours and the warmer weather.  It’s time to pack away those heavy winter jackets and pull out our warm weather wardrobes.  While going to the gym during the pandemic has had its challenges, no need to worry about it with […]

It’s That Time of Year…

By Genevieve LeFranc It’s That Time of Year… Skirt hems are getting shorter; chalky, winter skin is peaking out from under stuffy layers; and store windows are already showing off tiny bikinis and resort wear. The weather is getting warmer, which means shorts, sundresses, tank tops—and with it—bare skin. If you’re not blessed with one […]

Single-Arm Dumbbell Press

By Ryan Unverzagt Single-Arm Dumbbell Press Welcome back to another edition of “From the Trainer!” Let’s keep the fitness momentum rolling into March with another simple but effective exercise called the Single-Arm Dumbbell Press. You might be wondering, “Why use just one dumbbell?” The main reason for only a single DB is to create a […]

Start Running Into Spring

By Nicole Flanagan Start Running Into Spring Spring is in the air and so is the pitter pat of beginning runners hitting the roads and trails across the country. Similar to the masses of new gym goers in January excited by New Year’s resolutions to become fitter, beginning runners often hit the road at the […]

Three Ways to Give Your Skin a Little Love During a Pandemic

First Blush Three Ways to Give Your Skin a Little Love During a Pandemic Believe it or not, less is really more right now! And it’s not just affecting your face! Your skin is one of your best accessories, so it makes sense to treat it well. After all, you wear it every day! The […]

From the Trainer

From the Trainer by Ryan Unverzagt How are your fitness resolutions working out? It’s common by the second month that your well-intentioned lifestyle changes might be disintegrating earlier than anticipated. Don’t be discouraged if you find yourself less than enthusiastic. As I have mentioned in previous articles, find a reason to stay motivated. Make it […]