No, I'm not talking about shufflin to the beat of your favorite dub-step tune. I'm talking about century-old training tools called Indian clubs. If you have not seen these in action, you are missing out! They resemble wooden bowling pins and range in length depending on the weight. Whirling clubs brings many benefits to the anatomy--most of which are felt in the upper body. Among the most notable are stronger rotator cuffs, improved shoulder flexibility, upper body muscular endurance, enhanced core strength, and reduction in injury risk for the rotator cuff.
When so many of my clients come into the gym, their stress levels are high. It just happens to be the world we live in. Sometimes, it is family stress, sometimes it is job or personal issues. It doesn't really matter where the stress comes from. We need to manage it, and working out is a great outlet for managing stress! Hit the weights and mindfully attack your workout and you will always feel so much better. You are doing something positive for yourself because you get the physical, mental, and spiritual benefits.
In spy movies, I just love it when the spy goes out on a mission and has to go "dark"...they are invisible to their support team and just out there on their own in the danger. Well, I am going "DARK" for a few days-- my vacation mode is on and that means little to no computer time! I need the break from time to time.
Wow, it has been quite awhile since I've posted my last blog (almost a month ago)! I guess I've been that busy to where I put my blogging on a back burner, but here I am to start it up again. My business with Snap Fitness has been booming and it is still continuing to grow. I went from 7 to 18 clients in 2 weeks and I've been adjusting to the positive change going on around me. I've also been adjusting to the workload that takes place at the gym and at home. My time with clients has also significantly cut back on my workouts-luckily I was able t
What do raw tomatoes and eggs, spinach, raw or rare meats, asparagus, apples, grapefruit, squash, garlic, broccoli, potatoes, walnuts, carrots, and avocado have in common? Answer: they all have moderate to higher levels of glutathione. Glutathione is an important chemical acting as a powerful antioxidant in preserving and protecting the brain and other body tissues from the damage of free radicals. In addition it acts to recycle vitamin C & E, also powerful free radicals neutralizers.
Hi everybody. What a whirlwind of a first two months it's been so far. I've been able to meet and help so many people in January and February and look forward to continuing, March is going to be another jam packed month. On Sunday, March 11th I will be teaching a Natural Running Form Clinic for CrossFit Hustle in Erlanger, Ky. This clinic is limited to only 20 participants. Check out the events tab on my website for more details.