AT Spotlight: Dan Wright, Head Athletic Trainer for the Milwaukee Brewers

Milwaukee Brewers Stadium

Today, for National Athletic Training Month, we are highlighting Head Athletic Trainer Dan Wright, MS, ATC/L, CSCS from the Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Club and original co-founder of FITLIFE Health Systems. Dan has over 32 years of experience in the field of Athletic Training with 19 of those being in MLB. There is a ton to learn from this Q&A and a lot of excellent advice.

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AT Spotlight: Andrew Williams, Work-Fit Boeing

It’s National Athletic Training Month, as such this week we are happy to highlight one of the athletic trainers that has been a key part of FITLIFE’s recent history. Andrew was involved in FITLIFE during his grad school years at A.T. Still University providing care to Salt River High School athletes and FITLIFE clients during the 2016-2017 academic year.


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National Athletic Training Month

Do you HEART your AT? Well if you do, you’re in luck as March is National Athletic Training Month. Athletic Trainers are highly qualified allied healthcare professionals who collaborate with physicians to provide preventative services, ermergency care, clinical diagnosis, theraputic intervention and rehabilitaiton of injuries and medical conditions. FITLIFE is proud to be an Athletic Trainer founded and owned business for over Continue reading “National Athletic Training Month”

How to Know Your Movement Deficits

Woman growling running

I’d say it’s safe to say that movement is pretty important to human beings. It allows us to get up a going throughout our day. To talk. To eat. Have great adventures, try new things, and interact with those around us. To live. Much of our movement as humans are so unique and are key components of what separates us from all other living things. But, what happens as we start to lose our movement capabilities? We Continue reading “How to Know Your Movement Deficits”

Fighting Off Illness for Improved Results

A man mid sneeze

It’s that time of year again. The flu has definitely been hitting the Valley pretty hard this season. Everyone seems to be getting sick. After all, getting sick is a normal part of life, right? Remember it’s not a matter of if it’s going to happen, it’s a matter of when. But, how often do you hear about professional athletes getting sick? Think about it… Pro athletes are continuously interviewed and on screen, pre- and post-games. We may see they are “under the weather” by the way they look or sound, but is that typically the center of conversation in their interview? Simply put, Continue reading “Fighting Off Illness for Improved Results”