Context is very hard to develop, but over time it breads familiarity. It is the why behind why we do things. Without context in your workout, those goals you set week one will not be achieved. So, how do you breed context into your routine?
There is a myriad of core exercises out there today. The main goal of any core exercise is to challenge your trunk strength in a variety of positions. Each person will have a different breaking point. Today’s exercise technique is not for everyone right off the bat, but it is something that everyone should be able to build up to, given enough practice.
As National Athletic Training Month winds down this week, we hope you’ve enjoyed catching a glimpse into the life and history of a few of the ATs that have helped make FITLIFE great. FITLIFE is proud to be an Athletic Trainer owned and operated business for over 20 years. Throughout this time the profession has advanced greatly and will continue to do so. We are excited to see where things lead and will continue to work hard to help pioneer the way. Today, the National Athletic Trainers Associate released a new video highlighting the atheltic training manifesto that our Athletic Trainers uphold everyday. It is who we are. Check it out…
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.
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.
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”
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.
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.
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”
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”