FALL Into Fitness!

Fall is right around the corner!  After a long hot summer we look forward to more outdoor activities such as walks and hikes, biking, running, playing Pickleball, golf or tennis and even raking leaves. Let’s be prepared to handle the changes with enhanced and specific strength and cardio exercise to reduce the risk of injury. Functional strength training in the gym can transfer benefits over to any activity you will be doing in the fall season! Read More …

How Curiosity Creates Healthy Life Experiences

While I eagerly await the next season of the TV series Ted Lasso, I find myself dialing back to re-watch and recapture snippets of the magic that this show has created in its 2 seasons. Ted Lasso aired during a time in our lives where many of us felt anchor-less and perhaps found it hard to find a bright side to life. Enter this unconventional, charming hero who only ever drinks water from a glass that is half full. Read More …

Good health is exercise AND…  !

(This article is general nutritional advice for the average adult. Discuss your health goals with your doctor, and then see a Dietician, a Wellness Coach and / or a Personal Trainer.)  “Nothing changes if nothing changes.”   This adage translates well to health and fitness. Most of us exercise and eat fairly well, but haven’t yet Read More …

Spring back into Fitness

Winter is winding down and with all the holiday eating and traveling, your exercise routine or plans may have taken a back seat.  Perhaps you got the winter “blahs,” got sick with COVID, or suffered an injury that sidelined you. Whatever the reasons for the winter break, springtime is an ideal time to restart (or Read More …