Warm-ups and cool downs…the forgotten siblings of your workout. I’ve seen it before, a person flexes their neck side to side, maybe a toe touch or two and a couple hops up and down for a total of 20 seconds and they think they are ready for their workout. If you want to do it right and remain injury free you really should devote more time to the warm-up and cool down phase of your training.
BACK TO BASICS
FREE DEMO BEING HELD SAT. SEPT 6 @ 9AM! DOWN TOWN LOCATION (corner 6th Ave/Grand)
This is a program for all levels that focuses on movements that mimic activities of daily living, nutrition, stretching, strengthening and cardiovascular conditioning.
The focus is to bring your workouts back to the basics and would be an excellent class for someone "just getting back into exercise". It would also be a great class for an athlete who wants to work through compensatory patterns.
I wanted to remind everyone of a class that we offer here at the ITC! The BASIC Training Program! This is a program for all levels that focuses on movements that mimic activities of daily living, nutrition, stretching, strengthening and cardiovascular conditioning. Each training session focuses on a different component of fitness and is led by a Certified Personal Trainer in a group 4-8 people.
I’m looking to fill a class Monday/Thursday at 4pm and 5 pm, 45 minutes each. It will be led by myself, Brenda Schwartztrauber (ACE Certified Personal Trainer and Health Coach).
“Wow! I’m actually all healed up from the cycling accident, giving myself a fairly large V shape incision on my knee, and from a scary, cancer scare surgery!!” These were the words I excitedly called and told Terri the other day! Only for her to say, “That is the first line of the blog you’re going to write and turn in to me by Friday!” (Gotta love her!)
Having rheumatoid arthritis, I know all too well, what it’s like to take your body and or health for granted.
Treadmills provide a fantastic form of cardio-based exercise for individuals looking to work out in a time and space that suits their schedule. Using a treadmill can be more forgiving on the joints than running across asphalt or pavement, and the variety of treadmills that are available range from small models that barely take up the corner of a living room, to advanced machines that carefully keep track of the user’s vitals.
A pharmaceutical supplier manufactures its products in different sizes, shapes and colors. The product range comprises of powders, capsules and tablets. They also provide liquid medications and injections. These products are manufactured by the use of different filling machines. They manufacture and pack the products with the help of various kinds of packaging material. Different filling machines are used for filling and sealing the items like bottles, cans, etc. Filling machines as used for filling preset quantity of the product.
We all say it to ourselves whenever we finally do make it to the gym, “I’m going to workout every day of the week.” For some of us, even three or four days a week would be an accomplishment. Our gym schedule typically hovers around a sporadic one to three times a month with a few two or three day runs scattered in here and there. But what if we could be more consistent about exercising and working out?
Health has become a big issue over the past few years, and thanks to a variety of different epiphanies, there are all kinds of new tips circulating that can help you to stay healthier and live longer. Over the past years, there have been a lot of health developments that have come to light that can help people live healthier. Below are just a few of the different wellness tips that you can do in order to keep yourself healthier longer. Regardless of your age, it is never too late to change bad habits, but the younger you are, the easier it is get ahead of potential health problems.
Maintaining your health and fitness can be challenging, especially for those who've been living a sedentary and undisciplined lifestyle for a long time. Finding and building the right exercise regimen that fits your schedule, body type, and lifestyle is one of the main hurdles when it comes to getting in shape. You may be running several kilometers per day or lifting barbells twice your weight, and yet you still feel inadequate.