During my 20 years of directing FITLIFE, I have continually thought about ways to improve our services and facilities and more recently how to help our members achieve our vision for each of them to “Live. All In.” When thinking of that phrase, it begs the question, are we providing our members the training, motivation, information and guidance that they need to succeed in their ability to fulfill this motto. Each person’s individual plan varies but the cornerstones remain the same. From my perspective, our staff has the educational background, interest, commitment and the personal drive to guide our members toward this objective. I hope you all feel the same way and if you Continue reading “FITLIFE OWNER JOHN NEEL SHARES HIS THOUGHTS ON LIVE. ALL IN.”
Retrieved from: VeryWellFit – Breaded and Baked Homemade Chicken Nuggets
WELLNESS WEDNESDAY – A healthier twist on chicken nuggets guaranteed to fool the kids!! Try this awesome recipe replacing the frying pan with the oven! With 20 minutes of prep time and 20 minutes of baking time this simple meal is a home-run for a weekday meal! Check it out!! Continue reading “VeryWellFit: Breaded and Baked Homemade Chicken Nuggets”
Retrieved from: verywellfit – Healthy Chicken Caesar Salad
WELLNESS WEDNESDAY — Who doesn’t LOVE a nice chicken caesar salad?! This recipe has excellent replacement ingredients to bring down the saturated fat and sodium count! Check it out! Continue reading “VeryWellFit: Healthy Chicken Caesar Salad With Homemade Creamy Caesar Sauce”
Spreadable deliciousness is what today’s recipe is all about. Almond butter is a simple go to, to make any snack a little more filling.
Today a very special client came in for a workout and as always worked hard, smiled and talked sports. Alec Souder has been coming into Fitlife for the last 5 years and has won the affection of staff and members alike. His parent, Anne and Jay, along with his grandfather Dick are all members here and have been some Fitlife Health Systems biggest supporters. We are going to return the favor by getting involved with the Fragile X Foundation. Continue reading “Fitlife visits with long time client Alec Souder.”
Today I sat down with one of our outstanding high school student athletes, Notre Dame Prep senior volleyball player, Nicole Shuhandler. Having my job is great because of the people I get to meet and work with every day. I really enjoy being around athletes of all ages but the high school ones are special as I get to impact their success and help them with any set backs. This one has more success to come! Continue reading “FITLIFE spends some time with High School Volleyball player Nicole Shuhandler”
Ciao tutti da Italia! Hi everyone from Italy! Today is a special post with a trip to Rome to see my daughter Sami and my very good friends Lucio and Sergio. Sami is a Junior and business major at the Eller School of Business at the University of Arizona and is in Rome for a semester in their study abroad program. My two friends, Lucio and Sergio are both Fisioterpia, (Physical Therapists) that I worked with 28 years ago with Il Messaggero Basketball in the First Division of the Italian Basketball League. Continue reading “FITLIFE visits with daughter Samantha and friends Lucio DeFazi and Sergio Bonino in Rome Italy!”
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”