Train Correctly Whether you are training for competition or overall wellness, a varied, balanced and well-planned training schedule, including adequate rest, is critical for staying injury free. (more…)Read More »
Daily living creates stress and tension within your body. Physical stressors may range from sitting at a desk to running a marathon. Emotional, mental, and environmental stressors also put strain on your body. Repetitive stress creates a domino effect that begins with aches and stiffness that leads to common health issues such as neck and low...Read More »
Getting 7-9 hours of quality sleep is critical for your health. A restful sleep is the body's opportunity to regenerate and heal itself from the postural, physical, emotional and nervous insults of each day. Studies show that getting less than 6 hours of sleep can increase your risk of heart disease, obesity, diabetes, stroke and depression, jus...Read More »
Long-term stress can lead to a variety of health problems. The body responds to stress by releasing stress hormones, making blood pressure, heart rate & blood sugar rise. It is important to identify your stressors & tackle them before they tackle you. Find what makes you feel calmer & in control by incorporating any of the following:
Low back pain, knee tendinitis or foot pain may be related to your sneakers. Inadequate support of your feet will affect your biomechanics, leading to imbalance and possibly injuries. Choosing the correct shoe for your foot type can prevent injury and enhance functional performance. To find the best shoes for your feet, follow these steps.