Get Fit

    Riverwalk Athletic Club is here to provide you with the best possible fitness experience in Binghamton through our fitness philosophy, facilities, programs, and staff, while instilling the value of health and fitness within our community.

    Get Fit The Riverwalk Athletic Club has partnered with WBNG to provide a weekly Fitness Segment that will air Monday mornings during Action News at 6am. Each week we will offer fitness advice, tips and demonstrations. We are also featuring a Get Fit Challenge. Click here for more information. Visit our website www.riverwalkac.com to learn more.


  • Get Fit: Importance of balanced meals

    This week's episode of Get Fit focuses on why post-work out meals are good for you.

  • Get Fit: Interval training

    This week's episode of Get Fit focuses on interval training. Kristina Martemucci of the Riverwalk Athletic Club explains the importance of it.

  • Get Fit: Plank Exercises

    Kristina Martemucci from the Riverwalk Athletic Club showed us how to do some plank exercises. There are many variations of planks and they're excellent for exercising the core muscles. Watch the video for a full demonstration.

  • Get Fit: Diaphragmatic breathing

    This week's episode of Get Fit focuses on diaphragmatic breathing. Watch the video for a full explanation.

  • Get Fit: Muscle Imbalances

    A lot of people have strength in different areas of their body and what happens is that we kind of get unbalanced because of that.

  • Get Fit: Band stretches

    Band stretches for the lower body are important, especially after going for a run in warmer weather.

  • Get Fit: Medicine ball exercises

    Medicine ball exercises can be done anywhere; all you need is the weighted ball. Here are four exercises you can do with a medicine ball.

  • Get Fit: Swiss ball exercises

    (WBNG Binghamton) Swiss ball exercises can be done anywhere as long as you have one or there's one at your gym. They are body weight exercises, so you don't need any other equipment.

  • Get Fit: Controlling late-afternoon snacking

    (WBNG Binghamton) It is common for people to want a late-afternoon snack because their blood sugar will drop. Watch the video to see how to control eating snacks in the late-afternoon.

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