Meet Megan Maeser.

Her experience in health and wellness is going to skyrocket Fusion and help current and new clients in all facets of their training and lifestyle goals.

In addition to her many years of experience, her creds are:

  • BA, Administration of Justice and Psychology
  • MA, Social Work
  • NASM Weight Loss Management Specialist
  • Certified Nutritionist
  • Quantum Reflexology  & Neuro-Feedback Analysis Practitioner
  • Pre/Post-Natal Fitness & Nutrition Specialist

Check out Megan with the new Fusion Boxing class which will focus on conditioning, core and stretching. Click the schedule link to the left and sign up today!


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Throwback Thurs 2/19

Posted: February 19, 2014 in WOD^

WOD^ 2/19

10 Rds 30 Sec

KB Swing

Flutter Kick

DB Rows

Med Ball Push-Up Hold




HR Push-Up

DB Touch & High Pull

Throwback Thurs WOD^

Posted: February 12, 2014 in WOD^
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2/13 WOD^

10 Min AMRAP

25 DB Row

25 Bosu Toe Taps

25 Sit-Ups

20 DB Curls

20 Walking Lunges

20 Med Ball Toe Touches

15 Push Press

15 Deadlifts

15 Squats

10 Push-Up

10 Super Man

10 Knee Drives

10 Squat Jumps

5 Med Ball Push-Up

10 Sand Bag/Ball Slams

15 V-Ups

2/11 WOD^

Posted: February 10, 2014 in WOD^
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Tabata Tuesday

Alt 1 Arm KB Swings

Bosu Toe Taps w/ 5 Squats

Alt. Bar Curls & Deadlifts

Underhand Bar Rows

Speed Skater w/ Hand touch

Bridge w/ Single Foot

DB Kickbacks/ DB Punches

Bosu Squat Hold

1 Arm Heavy Curl/ Kick Back

2/10 WOD^

Posted: February 9, 2014 in WOD^

2/10 WOD^

20-15-10-5 for time




Step Back Lunges


KB Squat

KB Row


Knocked Down

Posted: February 4, 2014 in Uncategorized

The whole family got knocked down this weekend. My oldest son Tate brought home a stomach bug and it affected everyone except for our dog Charlie. Sometimes it takes being knocked down to appreciate how great we have it. I think most of us are programmed to not really appreciate things until we have very little. That can be health or wealth. While I am not quite 100% I have been cleaning, returning emails, basically doing everything that I have been avoiding. And I am happy to be back doing the mundane things that we all have to do. Here’s to a great week!

CPA Ignite 360

Image  —  Posted: January 3, 2014 in Combine360, CPA, Ignite360, Kid Fitness, Youth Combine360, Youth Ignite360, Youth Sports Training

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While most people (especially my boys) are counting down the days till Christmas, I am counting the days till Jan 1. There is something refreshing about Day #1. It’s a fresh start. A clean slate. A chance to start something new. I can’t wait to get my new calendar and start transferring notes and plans from my head to paper. Once I write them they become real. They are no longer just floating out there. They become something I am doing.

For two yrs I have talked about training and entering a 100 mile timed race. I have a pretty busy sched and lots of commitments and I have used those as a reason to shelf that pursuit till life settled down. Well the fact is that I don’t want life to slow down. I feel most alive when I run from one obligation to another. A typical day starts at 3:30AM and if I’m lucky I can turn my mind off around 11. It’s not ideal, but it is what drives me.

So, 2014 I will enter a race that far exceeds my talent level. Will require way more training than I have time for. And I will look at it like I can’t fail. Like that is not even an option.

Get outside your comfort zone. Make plans to do something scary. What would be on your list of things to do if you knew that you could not fail?