Monthly Archives: June 2014

Running to a Healthier Lifestyle

June 10th, 2014 (No Comments)

Running is one of the best forms of aerobic conditioning for your heart and lungs. It can significantly increase your metabolic rate and the amount of calories you burn, leading to loss of excess body fat. Those who run regularly are also less likely to experience bone and muscle loss due to the body’s positive […]

Achieving Maximum Results By Perry Nickelson, DC

June 10th, 2014 (No Comments)

Achieving maximum results with your workouts, requires preparation, discipline, and consistency.  Here are 5 key step to optimizing your results. 1) Dynamic Warm-Ups How can you possibly expect to get maximum results if you don’t establish a base foundation and get your body ready to perform? The purpose of a dynamic warm-up is to prepare […]

Get Up and Get Moving Big Benefits Of Physical Activity By Drs. Ronald Klatz and Robert Goldman

June 10th, 2014 (No Comments)

1) Help Your Heart While a routine program of physical exercise has been shown to reduce the risk of premature death in people with coronary artery disease, Richard V. Milani, from the Ochsner Clinic Foundation, and colleagues investigated how psychosocial stress influences the effects of exercise training. The team followed 522 cardiac patients, including 53 […]

RUNNING ON EMPTY By Dr. Perry Nickelston

June 10th, 2014 (No Comments)

Are you running on empty? Is your life spiraling into one prolonged episode of fatigue? There are many factors that can contribute to fatigue, including stress, poor eating habits, altered sleeping patterns, poor breathing, lack of exercise, too much exercise, and sometimes an underlying health condition. Most of the time, fatigue can be traced to […]

HEALTH & FITNESS MYTHS By Dr. David Ryan

June 10th, 2014 (No Comments)

These days, there’s plenty of inaccurate information out there about health and fitness, and unfortunately, the average person can’t distinguish myth from truth. The infomercial “gurus” aren’t about to help you out, but we will. Let’s dispel some of the more common health and fitness myths. I) THE LONGER YOU EXERCISE,THE BETTER YOUR RESULTS Many […]

HOW TO AVOID INJURY AND PAIN By Marc Heller, DC

June 10th, 2014 (No Comments)

What are the high-risk times and events for your lower back? Why can you get into more trouble doing something as simple as picking up a loaf of bread from the trunk of the car, rather than doing something more challenging? What simple steps can you take to avoid injury and pain? Let’s get the […]

AN EDUCATION IN EXERCISE-Get The Most Out Of Your Workout

June 10th, 2014 (No Comments)

Lesson 1 Before starting an exercise program, you and your health professional need to understand what your immediate goals are. Are you trying to lose weight? Increase strength? Train for a particular sport? Do you have any swelling? Pain? Weakness? Are your joints stiff? Once you know what you want to accomplish, it’s a lot easier […]

HOW TO CARRY A BACKPACK

June 10th, 2014 (No Comments)

Watching students carrying their backpacks on a college campus can be a chiropractor’s nightmare, for much damage is in process to young backs that will show up years later in multiple back problems. “A lot of people are wearing their backpacks too heavy, which is harming their backs and their health,” said Allison Gross, a […]

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