As I’m sure you’ve heard, fascial release is presently one of the greatest trends of the fitness industry. Despite its prevalence, many are still left with the question of what fascial release is. Keep reading—I’ll give you a quick explanation of what fascia and fascial release are and why they’re important as well as 5 … Continue reading 5 Fascial Release Exercises You Can Do at Home
Those with osteoporosis understand that “osteoporosis” is nearly synonymous with “bone density.” As a bone disease that results from too much bone loss or too little bone building, osteoporosis can become a major threat if left untreated. (1) For example, what may be simply a clumsy trip for one is a serious scare for those … Continue reading Benefits of Pilates for Osteoporosis
Have you ever experienced that uncontrollable shake in your body and not known if it is okay or not? Its a fine line when muscles shake - it depends on if you are working out the muscle or stretching. Shaking muscles is not dangerous if you are working out! It's a different level of muscle … Continue reading Muscle Shakes? Yay or Nay?
You know the feeling... you can feel it coming... you feel it when you swallow... you still have a chance to avoid getting sick and bounce back to 100% in a day! Follow these steps - ALL OF THEM and avoid the flu season all together! Sleep at least 7.5 hours that night... and really … Continue reading Avoid Getting Sick
Thanksgiving Garlic Mash (Cauliflower) Potatoes 1 head of Cauliflower 1/4 Cup parmesan 1 tbs of cream cheese or a dollop of sour cream 1/2 tsp minced garlic 1/2 tsp pepper salt to taste (omit if you have high blood pressure) Chopped parsley, rosemary or chives for garnish Pats of butter for garnish Cut up cauliflower … Continue reading Healthy Thanksgiving Substitutes
Sprint training is a powerful tool that gives you back considerably more in terms of health benefits than the effort required. It should be noted that there is a difference between all-out sprinting (moving at your fastest possible speed for a certain distance) and high-intensity training (alternating bursts of very intense activity with intervals of … Continue reading Sprint to Better Health!
Do you know what and where the Serratus anterior is? Firstly, the purpose of strengthening Serratus anterior is to help the scapular (shoulder blade) sit more downward & facing up as this will help your shoulder joint move back into the right position and not cause any pinching. This muscle is classified as a Phasic … Continue reading Serratus?