Protecting the Aging Brain

This article, written by  Cody Sipe, PhD, outlines the effects of aging and specific actions we can take to help extend our lives with health and productivity. I encourage you to read and adopt the changes that work for you.  Make the New Year a fresh start for improved health and wellness for yourself and those you love.   Be well,…

The Best Fat Loss Program…

Fit For Life! The best fat loss program requires a multi-layer approach that incorporates proper nutrition, adequate rest/recovery, affirmative mindfulness, and appropriate physical movement. Periodic modification and persistent adherence in each of these lifestyle areas will produce healthy and sustainable change. The article below describes a guideline to resistance training that I believe meets the…

An Alternative to Counting Calories

Challenged in how to best determine your caloric intake? Try this easier approach instead of counting calories, accumulating points or weighing your food. Ensure you eat enough to support your physical activity level with the proper deficits or increases to achieve your wellness goals: A Handy Alternative to Counting Calories

THE 7 SIGNS OF A HIGH PERFORMER

THE 7 SIGNS OF A HIGH PERFORMER: Nick Berry,  CEO Fitness Consulting Group This post is about the other key ingredient in the formula for a high performing business – a high performing YOU. The distinction is critical, and you’ll see why by the end of the post. #1 – They meet their commitments. On anything…

Back Injury Prevention Using Neutral Spine Exercises: By Mike Bracko

Mike Bracko, EdD, is the director of Dr. Bracko’s Fitness and the Hockey Institute, and is a fitness educator, hockey skating coach, writer, and back injury prevention expert. Mike holds a doctoral degree in exercise science. He works with hockey players, industrial workers, and fitness professionals to improve performance and prevent injury. Mike is the…