Category Archives: Aging
Menopause Doesn’t Have to be Miserable Menopause is something that all women experience but is seldom a topic of discussion over coffee with friends. And little is offered by the medical profession to help us manage or even flourish during this period of our lives, which can last from our mid-forties to our sixties. For … Continue Reading
3,2,1..GO! You start your workout feeling good but suddenly realize that you haven’t recovered from your workout 3 days ago..legs still feel really sore from the squats, starting to feel sluggish and that kettlebell weight you used last week with ease is feeling like 1,000 pounds..fatigue has set in. Fatigue is caused by a lack … Continue Reading
Twice a year, all of our staff get together to read and dissect a book; these are usually not directly related to fitness, but instead subjects that will get us thinking. At the end of the day, though, we DO become better trainers and coaches because the topics help us improve our skills as: goal managers, … Continue Reading
Spending several years in a medical setting, I have become acquainted with reading research studies and identifying the conclusions and ramifications – even if they are not completely the same as those published by the authors in the paper. There has been a study discussed in the news recently that has piqued just this interest … Continue Reading
As the Whole 30 ver. 2.0 approaches (starting October 1), I figured I would share an interesting infographic that I found. Hope you all enjoy.
Recent studies show that resistance training is as effective, if not more, at stimulating neurogenesis in the portions of the brain associated with memory and thinking.