Our Location52 Windham Rd Unit 1, Pelham, NH 03076
PelhamFit is an upscale boutique fitness space established in 2022 with the goal of providing members a gym with 24-hour access, high end equipment and a pristine environment. We offer capped membership and daily cleanings, allowing us to maintain a spotless and passive atmosphere.
Our equipment is top of the line and includes Life Fitness, Hammer Strength and Gronk Fitness as well as a dedicated functional turf area. Sign up for virtual classes on any of our treadmills, ellipticals and bikes. Your premium membership includes 24-hour gym access and full access to the Pelham Fit App which provides an extensive content library of diverse workout videos and tailored nutrition plans.
Your premium membership will include unlimited access to workout videos, classes and nutrition within the Pelham Fit app. Hold yourself accountable and stay motivated by scheduling your workouts in advance. The Pelham Fit app essentially acts as your personal trainer, providing fitness routines that walk you through the entire workout, tracking reps and weight during each set as well as proper rest times in between. Select the type of workout and duration that you’re looking for and we'll will guide you through it. To truly set you up for success, your premium membership will also help you hit your nutrition goals by tracking your meals as well as creating mindful habits to fully support your wellness.
Do the math! An easy way to build both a satisfying and nourishing meal is to add variety your plate. Balance your plate with half non-starchy veggies, a fourth lean protein, and a fourth fiber rich carbohydrates like whole grains or starchy vegetables.
Seated Incline Dumbbell Curl
Staying seated while curling dumbbells may seem like just a slight adjustment to standing, but you’ll truly feel the difference when executed properly. Sit on an adjustable bench between 45 and 60 degrees for the ideal effect. Remember not to extend the arms out fully as it relaxes and disengages the biceps. The arms should be contracted all throughout the movement.