We are proud to announce a new partnership with FoodByDan.com !
Every good fitness plan demands a great diet and great, healthy food is Dan’s passion. Dan is a proud member of the American Personal and Private Chef association, as well as Slow Foods USA and is a Health and Wellness Consultant with the American Fitness Professionals Association. He has a passion for classic comfort food with a twist of modern flare. Cuisines that drive Dan’s passion are American, Italian, Spanish, Irish, Polish, German, Mexican, Thai and Indian.
Dan is someone that found his passion at a very young age and was taught that food is so much
more than what we eat. It is our culture, our company, our comfort and our inspiration.
Dan Vogt is the owner and operator of food by dan. For more information Dan can be reached at
(609) 358-0596 or foodbydan.com
Now is the time of year for barbeques, picnics, pool parties, and oh yeah WEDDINGS!
To all the brides out there with September and October wedding dates now is your chance to boost your physique just in time for the big day! Whether your looking to slim down or tone up one of IHT’s extraordinary trainers can get you the exact results your looking for.
From now until the end of October IHT is offering group rates as low as $90 per session to the Bride To Be and as many brides maids as she would like. SO take advantage of this special offer going on now and feel your best on your biggest day!
The IHT family is happy to welcome Sports Trainer Jason Webster to the team!
Jason Webster brings an intense individual, sports specific workout, with emphasis on footwork. This high energy workout will improve conditioning, agility and overall speed for the young athlete.
Check out Jason in action!
It’s that time of year again—the snow’s melting, the sun’s shining, and those thick sweaters in the closet are about to go into storage. It’s the perfect time to reignite your motivation by breaking away from your boring gym routine and embracing the great outdoors. Kick off Spring with a healthy start by getting the right gear, revamping your routine, and doing some “spring cleaning” in your pantry. Here are 20 simple tips to get you started.