Sensory Mismatch!

Ok, hold on to your handles, on that elliptical or treadmill you’ve been ramping up for the initial phase of that New Year’s Resolution, and get ready for this… Now, press STOP on that equipment and let go of those handles! See, one of the things we are learning in the fitness industry (as well as the speech therapy, behavior therapy, counseling, occupational therapy, physical therapy, etc, I think you get the picture) IS just how important the nervous system is and the critical role it plays in the success rate of any of these programs! This may seem obvious to some of you reading this, maybe self-explanatory, but LET US EXPLAIN how this applies to your cardiovascular exercise and hopefully

Improve your flexibility (mobility)

This blog post is entitled ‘Improve Your Flexibility’ because that is the most recognizable term. We actually talk to quite a few people who list one of their top 3 fitness goals as ‘improved flexiblity.’ A few of these same people have found out that we have proven techniques to improve their ‘flexibility’ and then failed to come to a free mobility workshop! Maybe the term ‘mobility’ doesn’t seem as enticing or maybe it is misunderstood because it hasn’t been popularized yet. You may say,’Why did you just switch terminology? Are the words mobility and flexibility interchangeable?’ By our definition, no they are not. So, we would like to start out by differentiating mobility from flexibility

What is Intermittent Fasting?

You may or may not have heard of intermittent fasting but it is an important topic as it has become ‘trendy’ in the health and fitness world as of late. This is a research-backed, proven principle that can help optimize fat loss. The idea is basically to eat during a shorter ‘feeding period’ followed by staying in a ‘fasted state’ during the longer segment of your 24 hour time block. Let’s dig into the positives as well as potential negatives surrounding IMF (intermittent fasting). Why not knock out the negatives first and get at that from an awareness standpoint? First of all, even with IMF, stick with the typical ‘dietary rules’ of following macronutrient percentages as well as the calorie

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