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Category Archives: Healthy Lifestyle

Covid Reality Check – Health Matters

July 18, 2020

Earlier this week, I listened to Dr. David Katz being interviewed on the MindBodyGreen podcast. I have been thinking about it (and listening to it over again) ever since.  Dr. Katz received his MD From the Albert Einstein School of Medicine and has a Masters of Public Health from Yale University School of Public Health.  He completed sequential residencies … Continue Reading

The Individual Journey of Warriorship

March 14, 2020

Contributed by: Fern LaRocca As we ended our 6-week journey together practicing and exploring the meditation mindfulness process, I was touched by the feedback that Thom and I received. We started with leaning in with our bodies. The proper posture that allows us to touch in with the breath and also to feel relaxed. As … Continue Reading

Welcoming the Unwelcome: a Path to Happiness

January 31, 2020

Contributed by: Fern LaRocca In meditation and in our daily lives, there are three key qualities that we can nurture, cultivate, and bring out: precision, gentleness and the ability to let go.  We already possess these, but they can be ripened. There is a kind of innocent misunderstanding that we all share, something that can … Continue Reading

Jonathan’s Journey towards Optimized Health

January 28, 2020

For years, the discussion around FiT has centered on how we can best serve our clients and community.  Thom and I would hear frequently from our team that they were doing everything they could for their clients but felt frustrated that they couldn’t do more – ‘We only see them 2 to 3 hours a … Continue Reading

Your Regimen is Incomplete Without Recovery

January 23, 2020

Contributed by: Katie DeAngelis There is a lot that we consider when programming for optimal health –  For example, which mobility exercises are needed to improve flexibility and function? Can compound movements utilizing multiple muscle groups be incorporated to increase functional strength? What accessory movements will build the strength required to perform more complex movements?  … Continue Reading

It’s a new year, where do I start?

January 16, 2020

The Resolve to End Failed Resolutions It’s a new year!  If you are like me, and many others, at some point in recent weeks, you have been a bit reflective – what did I do well last year?  What do I hope to do better this year?  If you haven’t taken the time to think … Continue Reading