Cinnabon Protein Bread

• 3 egg whites
• ½ cup plain Greek yogurt
• ¼ cup honey
• 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
• 3 scoops Labrada vanilla whey protein powder
• ½ cup oat flour
• 1 cup rolled oats
• 1 cup almond meal flour
• ¼ cup baking stevia
• 2 tablespoons cinnamon
• 2 teaspoons baking powder

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Spray a standard sized loaf pan with nonstick spray and set aside.
2. Add egg whites, yogurt, honey, and extract to a mixing bowl. Whisk together until mixture is smooth.
3. Add in the remainder of ingredients to the mixing bowl and stir together until well combined.
4. Pour the batter into loaf pan, smoothing down with the back of a spoon.
5. Bake in the oven for 42-44 minutes, or until toothpick or knife comes out clean when inserted in center of loaf. 6. Let cool for 1 hour then slice into 16 pieces.


Makes 16 servings
1 serving = 1 slice of bread
Macros for 1 serving: 128 Calories, 8.9g Protein, 13.1g Carbs, 4.8g Fat, 5.6g Sugar, 2.1g Fiber

• You can use this recipe to make great muffins, too!
• You can substitute honey with any sticky sweetener, such as agave or maple syrup.C

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Powerful Benefits of TRX


It’s Perfect for all fitness levels

It doesn’t matter if you’re an athlete or interested in switching up your normal fitness routine; functional training including TRX training and Bailey’s TRX classes, are beneficial for all levels, athletes or non athletes. Since you are able to change you body position slightly through the various movements, the workout load may be increased or decreased based on your fitness level, making it suitable for everyone.


You improve your cardio endurance and strength simultaneously

Training with TRX straps will improve your overall strength while greatly improving your cardiovascular capacity. You have the option to alter your speed of your performance for any exercise move, helping you to give your heart and lungs a killer workout while increasing your muscular strength throughout your arms, core and legs through a variety of movements.
It helps achieve any fitness goal you have

Because of the versatility of the TRX suspension training, it helps strengthen your entire body, helping you achieve your over all fitness goals. Want to run faster? Want to improve on your pull ups? Are you signing up to run your first 10k? TRX can help you achieve that goal! Whatever your aim, regular TRX suspension training will get you there.



You meet friends and get the support you need through TRX class

At Bailey’s we don’t just build muscle, we build friendships and give you the support you need to succeed. Try a TRX class today and get any questions you have answered on proper form technique, strategy and more.

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Low impact nature

Because of its suspended nature, TRX suspension training is very low impact and means that your joints are not put under much stress. In turn, this means that there is a low risk of injury, allowing you to train as hard as you wish with less risk of causing or agitating a pre-existing injury.



It’s unconventional and gives you a break from your normal workouts 

Sometimes the monotony of going to the gym can be tedious, and we can often struggle to keep motivated with our fitness programmes. TRX suspension training is unlike any other technique for working out and can be mixed into your normal training to liven it up. This will keep you engaged and looking forward to your sessions time and again. By combining TRX suspension training with other activities, you will be able to get a great workout in a fun and new way.

5 Ways to Naturally Boost Your Metabolism

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It’s no secret, as you age, metabolism tends to slow down. Why does this happen and how does is effect your body weight? Simply stated, metabolism is a complex physical and chemical process which occurs in a living cell or organism necessary to maintain life. This is the rate that your body burns calories in order to sustain bodily functions including digestion, sleep, recovery, physical activity and even breathing.

Metabolism will differ from person to person and can be increased or slowed down due to food & water intake, exercise, body temperature, hormones and stress. To stay thin, strong and fit, even as we age, taking proper care of metabolism is vital. Weight loss is all about burning more calories than what you are consuming. Periods of inactivity, fast food and stress can all slow down the metabolism. Luckily, there are natural ways to increase it and reverse the damage.

Three Simple Steps to Boosting Metabolism

  1. Build Lean Muscle With Weight & Resistance Training

Many times we hear that to lose weight we must do cardio and eat less and little emphasis is put on resistance training. While this initially favors for the scale to decrease, it can have very negative long term results. It is important to realize that our body’s do not care what they look like on the outside. It has one priority and that is survival. It will do anything within its power to sustain your life. When we dramatically cut calories and add in just cardio our body will see it is in a deficit and will use 2 types of fuel sources to make up the difference; Muscle the body doesn’t see as necessary for survival will be stripped and fat will also be pulled. If you aren’t lifting to preserve muscle, it will atrophy. As our weight decreases because of the lowered nutrition and cardio our bodies metabolic rate will also decline because of the muscle that is shed. This effectively takes your current deficit and squeezes it smaller. Ultimately giving you diminishing returns on your caloric restriction and cardio time output. You also weigh a bit less, so your body will have less to move, again less calories burned for the same activity. You burn more calories per day when muscle increases. Aim for a few weight lifting or resistance training sessions mixed in with cardio or group fitness classes for best results.

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Protect your metabolism and lift weights. Lift as heavy as proper form will allow and constantly seek for more and more strength. It is in our best interest to keep as much muscle as possible while trying to lose fat.

2. Get your Omega 3’s 
According to Dr. Edward Group with Global Healing Center, “omega-3 fatty acids reduce the production of a hormone called leptin, a natural chemical that lowers your metabolism.” Animal studies done at the University of Wisconsin found that lab mice with low leptin levels produced faster metabolic rates than mice with higher levels of the hormone.” Examples of foods with high omega-3’s are fish, fish oils, nuts, seeds and flax seed.


3. Drink water and lots of it!  

Studies have shown water has the potential to increase fat burning while detoxifying the body and suppressing appetite. It is recommended to drink at least 8 glasses of 8 ounces of water a day and more when you engage in exercise. A dehydrated body cannot function as well. Water is also used to transport nutrients in the body and assist with muscle repair and growth.


4. Sleep 

Not getting enough sleep is another way to slow down your metabolism. Think about it, if your body is fatigued, how do you expect it to work at its optimum? Understandably, an exhausted body will not be as efficient in burning calories so make sure you get plenty of good night’s rest. A well-rested you will be a lot more efficient. Aim for 7-9 hours per night.
5. Diet

Nutrition accounts for most of our results when it comes to aesthetics. Have you ever heard the term, you can’t out train a bad diet? There is some truth to this! Avoid eating poorly and instead, maintain a healthy diet. Try to avoid high fatty and processed foods and reach for something healthy, organic, and as natural as possible. Food is what you need to fuel your workouts and maintain a healthy body and mind. Think of food as a tool to help you reach your goals. Muscle needs calories to grow. Restricting food long term may severely hamper your metabolism long term. Eat for your goals!

Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Protein Cookies


October is the perfect time for pumpkin recipes! Try this delicious recipe featuring our Rule 1 Vanilla Protein Protein Powder!
60g Rule 1 Vanilla Protein Powder
1/4 cup coconut flour
1/4 cup  organic stevia blend
1 tsp. ground cinnamon*
1/4 tsp. ground nutmeg*
1/4 tsp. ground ginger*
1/8 tsp. ground cloves*
1/2 tsp. baking soda
1/4 tsp. salt (optional)
2/3 cup 100% pure pumpkin
1/4 cup (2 large) egg whites
2 tbsp. Earth Balance Butter
1/2 tsp. vanilla extract
1/4 tsp. sugar free maple extract (optional)
1/4 cup (1 oz.) chocolate chips
*or 1 1/2 tsp. pumpkin pie spice
Calories (per cookie): 65kcal, Fat: 3.0g, Sat fat: 1.6g, Carbs: 5g, Fiber: 2g, Sugar: 3g, Protein: 6g, Sodium: 151mg

Benefits of BCAAs


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So, what is all the hype about supplementing with BCAAs?!  Well for starters, amino acids are the building blocks of protein and therefore, the building blocks of lean muscle. Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs) refer to three specific amino acids – Leucine, Isoleucine and Valine – that the body must obtain from either food or BCAA supplementation. BCAAs can be used by muscle cells as an energy source, which may help offset muscle breakdown during endurance exercise and help support recovery and repair after weight training. As a result, BCAAs are a popular and relevant supplement among those who exercise regularly.


Need a high quality Amino supplement? We’ve got you covered! Bailey’s now carries high quality amino supplements including AMINO X by BSN. AMINO X is a  stimulant free, BCAA formula designed to support endurance during your workout and aid in muscle recovery post training, so you can push your performance to the next level. Featuring a 10 gram blend of BCAAs and the essential amino acids, L-Alanine, Taurine and L-Citrulline, AMINO X will help your body recover from today’s workout and prepare for tomorrow’s. Offered in five refreshing flavors, AMINO X provides you with versatile, nutritional support for any type of workout regimen.




Need a mild energy supplement filled with BCAAS?! Another great product which also focuses on increasing energy and performance is ESSENTIAL AMIN.O. ENERGY By Optimum found at any of our Bailey’s locations.  This product is great for anytime you want a fruit flavored or coffeehouse inspired boost of energy and alertness. You can determine what’s appropriate for any situation, adding a 2-scoop serving to water for an afternoon pick-me-up or increasing the amino acid matrix to 10 grams with a 4-scoop pre-workout drink that delivers 200 mg of caffeine from green coffee and green tea extracts.

Train Like A Pro!



Keep It Exciting! 

Performing the same workout day in and day  out can set you up for failure. Boredom easily sets in when there is no variety or challenge in your exercise regimen and you may set yourself up for burnout. Athletic training is perfect for switching up your routine and challenging the body while taking exercise to a whole new level. Every workout can be kept new and exciting targeting new muscles while building endurance.

Redesign Your Training Schedule

Aim to incorporate different forms of exercise into your training each week. Choose a few cardio exercises such as running, rowing, jump rope or cycling and then choose 1-2 days of strength training or functional training type exercises like battle ropes, boxing, kettle belle swings, squats or resistance bands.

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Try New Classes! 

Classes are perfect for stepping out of your comfort zone and learning new exercises in a controlled environment helping you to train properly and efficiently. Not only will you build muscle, you will also create new friendships within a fitness community that supports you and holds you accountable. Win Win!

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Cross Train Your Main Sport 

If you are a surfer or a golfer, add strength training and stretching such as foam rolling to your program. This will help you to gain strength and greater endurance while increasing your range of motion while supporting your joints and muscles. Increasing stamina through a sound workout program will greatly improve your athletic performance outside the gym.


If you are a cyclist or marathon runner, increasing strength in your legs and core will help to increase stability and add strength while biking or running. For example, try implementing bosu ball workouts that target the abs and obliques for a strong core. Building strength in legs with lunges and box jumps will increase your leg power too. Mix it up, challenge yourself and keep it exciting!

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Guilt Free Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars




2 egg whites
2 Tbsp. liquid coconut oil
¼ cup unsweetened almond milk
¼ cup whole wheat pastry flour
½ cup almond meal flour
½ cup Lean Body For Her Chocolate or Peanut Butter Powder
¼ cup baking stevia or xylitol
¼ cup chocolate chips


1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Line a 5×8 inch baking dish (or one of similar
size) with foil and spray with non stick spray.

2. In a mixing bowl, whisk together the egg whites, coconut oil and almond milk
until smooth. Add in the flours, protein powder & stevia. Stir until well combined.
Stir in the chocolate chips.


3. Pour batter into the baking dish and bake in the oven for 22-26 minutes.
Remove from oven and let cook for 30 minutes. Slice into 12 squares. Serve
immediately. Enjoy!
(1)Makes 12 servings

1 serving is 1 square

Macros for 1 serving:

104 calories, 4.2g protein, 7.6g carbs, 2.9g sugar, 8.1g fat, 1.5g fiber


Weight Training Benefits

Weight training or training with resistance is performed using controlled movements that target specific muscles and muscle groups by primarily using isolated or compound movements.

How do these exercises benefit you differently vs. cardiovascular exercises?

Steady state aerobic exercise that increases cardiorespiratory health may lead to many benefits on endurance and body composition, however, research has shown weight training has profound effects on the musculoskeletal systems, may help reduce lower-back pain, increase lean body mass while burning fat simultaneously and even prevent osteoporosis along with many other benefits when performed just a few times a week! Recent studies have illustrated weight training to also fight against insulin resistance while increasing the metabolic rate while helping to improve glucose metabolism and supporting blood pressure, digestion, sleep and energy levels.


Not sure where to start? We’ve got you covered! Meet with a Sweat PT professional today to  design a custom weight training program built specifically for you!




LOWERS LDL – Training has the ability to decrease  LDL (Low Density Lipoprotein) bad cholesterol and raise the HDL or good cholesterol (High Density Lipoprotein)

IMPROVES FAT LOSS AND MUSCLE GAIN- Weight training boosts metabolism helping you to burn fat while gaining muscle over time. Over time you should notice you may be losing inches and toning up significantly.


LOWERS RISK OF BREAST CANCER- Weight training has been shown to reduce estrogen levels. High estrogen has been linked to breast cancer and many other health complications.

IMPROVES MOOD- As you begin to notice the positive physical changes in your body and develop a regular exercise routine your ability to handle stress effectively will improve. Exercise also releases endorphins throughout training which help to elevate mood. Weight training allows you to sleep better, i.e. fall asleep quicker and sleep deeper.

REDUCE STRESS & ANXIETY -Clinical studies have shown regular exercise to be one of the three best tools for effective stress.

IMPROVED BALANCE AND STABILITY- Posture also becomes straighter as the core strengthens helping to stand and sit more comfortably.


Bust Through Your Fat Loss Plateau

Sometimes, despite constant effort inside the gym and in the kitchen, people fail to see consistent and steady results. Unfortunately, we can’t expect to keep the same exact exercise program and same diet while consistently experiencing results. Our bodies are built to adapt and if they are not given the correct stimulus, you very well may hit a plateau. The good news is, components such as change in exercise programs, intensity, workout durations, rep ranges and even time resting during sets are powerful tools to keep you moving forward.

It is a good idea to switch up your workout routine every 4-6 weeks to keep your body guessing. As mentioned earlier, a few of the primary changes you should be focusing on to continue progressing are:

  1. Switching up your exercise program
  2. Changing the level of intensity
  3. Altering the duration of the exercise

These three steps can be incorporated into your workouts in several different ways. For example, if you typically run 4 miles each morning and your results are at a halt, attempt to improve your speed or aim for a longer distance to keep your body challenged. Some other ways to improve your fitness may be to:

  1. Switch up your cardio to include various exercises such as a cycle class, incorporate sprints throughout your cardio or try out one of our functional training classes like CHAOS. These type of exercises will be training your heart and lungs differently than running at a steady pace for 4 miles.
  2. Incorporate sprints and HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training)  training into your workout. For example, run 2 minutes at a steady pace and follow that by a 15-30 second sprint, then repeat for 20 minutes to boost your fat burning hormone (Human Growth Hormone) while boosting your metabolism and muscle growth simultaneously.
  3. Gradually increase your endurance by adding more time to your workout. Run four miles and push your body to attempt five, six and so forth.

Another option would be to increase your workout load each week by adding in additional workout days to your schedule. Even changing up your workout style may help through minor changes such as implementing super sets, drop sets and using wider grips while lifting to target new muscles. Don’t be afraid to challenge your body! Your body adapts while it is under constant pressure and stress. Get comfortable with being “uncomfortable” and get those results you desire!

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