If you are looking for a fun, safe ,and effective workout going into spring and summer check my Idea fitness profile or shoot me a email at firstname.lastname@example.org.On a personal note, I altered my own training routine in the start of winter to get more functional and strong this past four week span has been very consistent and enjoyable and has resulted in some very solid strength gains. Anyone who has similar goals or tips I would love to hear about your stories to maybe get some new ideas going into warmer weather and diet season.Mitch
We take for granted too often the people who are apart of our lives. I know I've been guilty of that. There are people who are there for a moment, others a season, and some for a lifetime. For each person who comes into your life whether it was a good or bad experience--YOU choose to learn from it and GROW! BUT if a relationship is causing the life you have to be snuffed, suffocated, strangled, or harmed in anyway--do NOT stick around hoping for it to get better!
I shared with my clients today 12 tips for an Ergonomic Computer Workstation that Dr. Rosemary Lindle gave at the 2014 IDEA conference in Alexandria, VA.Most of my clients are office workers, so I know that they benefited from these tips. Thanks Dr. Lindle!1. Use a good chair with a dynamic chair back and sit back in the chair2. Top of monitor casing 2-3" (5-8 cm) above eye level3. Eliminate glare on screen by using an optical glass or anti-glare filter whenever needed
Tip of the Day: OVERUSE INJURIES....
Are you an everyday addicted I gotta workout for 90 minutes or more kind of gal?
Are you a I can't eat this, I can't eat that, I can't drink this, I can't drink that kind of gal?
Are you a I'm going to push myself even if it hurts kind of gal?
Are you a oh hell, my cramps are bad, but the gyms calling kind of gal?
Lisa Williams had therapist and author, Erica Ives, on her show talking about many aspects of eating disorders. It’s worth giving it a listen, especially if there’s someone you know or suspect to struggle with one but don’t quite know how to reach out.
A client sent me a good article today, http://nyti.ms/1ceYdAi, on high-impact exercise on bone mass. The researchers said they need more research to discover exactly how much force is required to maintain or build bone. They did recommend folks to run, jump, hop some. Since I'm not sure too many people will be able to or want to run, jump, hop, I added this link https://www.precisionnutrition.com/all-about-bone-health, which addresses bone health from the nutrition angle.