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Stay plugged in to #theEPICLife with the the latest nutrition & training tips, success stories, and motivational content.



 

From Afraid to Fall to a 10km Race!

24.04.2020 by Stephanie Karlovits

In January 2019 I was not looking forward to another winter of being afraid to walk outside in the snow and icy sidewalks. I had fallen several winters in a row and messed up my knee. I had tried regular gyms and fitness classes such as yoga. But I still felt off balance and clumsy. Then I discovered Epic Fitness.  At Epic the focus is on...

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**NEW Beechwood Group Class Schedule**

02.11.2017 by Stephanie Karlovits

Our Beechwood Ave. Group Class Schedule has been announced! Choose from 26 classes each week to build your EPIC life. Our classes are focused on functional movement and self-care – 2 of the 4 pillars of our foundational teaching: #theEPIClife. 11 different classes to inspire you and to move you. From Yogi Flow which is a standard Hatha Yo...

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Feeling Strong

07.09.2017 by Marissa Hamon

I joined EPIC Fitness in Sept. 2016 when a friend recommended both the gym and her personal trainer there, Marissa. At EPIC, they have a holistic approach to overall health. Marissa, and all the other trainers, are very well educated in all areas of health (not to mention hard working and dedicated). I have a great respect for the facilit...

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Minimalism: not just for your closet

10.04.2017 by Stephanie Karlovits

“Clutter is symptomatic of delayed decision making.” ― Cynthia Kyriazis We are making things harder for ourselves and we don’t even know it. What if the simple act of cleaning out our closets, ridding our pantries of year old tuna and finally doing away with that “sentimental” clay panda Aunt Linda gave you in 10th grade could lead to a f...

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Why is “Normal” the Ideal? Break the cycle, start gunning for “OPTIMAL”

29.03.2017 by Stephanie Karlovits

“I’m okay, good, not bad, can’t complain….” When I hear these terms I want to poke myself in the eye with a needle. Our society glorifies normal. When we wait for test results to come back we are T H R I L L E D when the Doctor proclaims, “GREAT news! Your test results are normal!” A professor will eagerly await the results from her class...

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