The exercise technique we are highlighting this week is one of my personal favorite all inclusive TRX moves. The TRX single leg squat to plank to press is a fairly high level move that requires focus to execute correctly.
Today I spent some time with a truly remarkable woman, FITLIFE client Joanne Young. Joanne walked into our first office on 85th Way and Royal Palm on April 4th, 1998 and has been a staple here ever since! What? That’s an incredible commitment for anyone and believe me her attitude, energy and enthusiasm are contagious and inspire both staff and clients alike. Helping her stay in amazing shape over the years has been incredibly rewarding for myself and my staff. Continue reading “FITLIFE visits with long time client, Joanne Young”
Brown rice is a great way to get some tasty nutrition. It is packed full of fiber, vitamins, minerals, and good fats. Plus, it’s gluten free. Today’s recipe is a delicious way to enjoy this heart healthy whole grain.
The goal with any heart healthy diet to to improve the overall balance within your body through reducing colesterol and lipids, the fat molecule. There are endless tips about how to achieve this, but here are the tried and true tips for improving your heart health.
Today I sat down with our sports conditioning specialist, Ashley Stein to dicuss her sports career, her education and the time she has spent with us at FITLIFE Health Systems. Ashley was an outstanding athlete in both high school and college. Her athletic endeavors at Horizon High School included cross country, soccer and track & field, earning varsity letters in all sports by her senior year. Ashley’s time on the athletic fields at Horizon culminated with Female Athlete of the Year award! After graduating from Horizon in 2012 she accepted a soccer scholarship to Paradise Valley Continue reading “FITLIFE visits with Staff Exercise Physiologist, Ashley Stein, CSCS”
Potatoes don’t have to be unhealthy if eaten in moderation and if used as fuel for your exercise. In fact they are a great source of complex carbohydrates, startches and dietary fiber.
Can you recognize a heart attack? Stroke? Do you know your blood pressure IQ? What about your cholesterol IQ? How’s your diabetes knowledge? How much do you understand medication? Did you know that all of these things are related to heart health? These are all good questions. Since February is Heart Health Month we are continuing Continue reading “Did You Know? Heart Health Quizzes”
Granola is a delicious way to start your morning off, especially when it’s fresh homemade granola.
Heart Disease is the stealthiest killer in the US. Currently, heart disease remains the leading cause of death for men and women in the US taking approximately 1 million lives each year.1 We could consider this an epidemic in the US and what’s probably the most disturbing factor about heart disease is that it is the most preventable killer out there. So, how do we? Continue reading “The Silent Killer”
This is one of the best way to get some vegetables. Let us know what you think!