Important Per-Exercise Actions

Besides the two mentioned in this article-hydration and fueling, one needs to stabilize, stabilize, stabilize. That can include-isometrics, light band work with holds, range of motion work, various planks, core work dependent on the activity one is preparing for. Avoid … Continue reading

The Pendulum is Swinging Back to Practical Thoughts on “Healthy” Fats Intake

Should You Be Eating More Fat? Not only should we be aware of the types of fats we eat but the sugar we replace it with in the name of low calorie vs. higher nutrition. Our bodies need the right … Continue reading

Being prepared when you have to be on the Run

You’ll have to say, my close friend also in the fitness industry posted this. When I saw it, I knew I needed to post it also. As my friend said, as parents, as our children were growing up we were … Continue reading

Passive Vs. Active Recovery: Which is More Effective?

Jonathon Ross, always has valid and useful information. Most of his information is the same information I pass on to my clients in one way or another. Passive Vs. Active Recovery: Which is More Effective? … Continue reading

5 Exercise Mistakes That Could Get You Hurt

These are all very useful, especially, the last one. We tend to try to “work-out” at maximum during each and every workout. Our bodies need recovery time. Not total rest but heavy activity days interspersed with light activity days. Read … Continue reading

Fluffy Little Almond Flour Pancakes

Here is a gem! Very good almond flour pancakes. Whether you NEED to be gluten free or want more protein or something healthy, this one is great! Made this morning. I try to never pass a recipe on I haven’t … Continue reading