Back to Basics

Does anyone else find that the more new diet programs and exercise fads that come out, the more complicated it becomes?  It’s frustrating to me because there are people legitimately trying to exercise and get healthy, but they end up confused and frustrated. What I like most about the beginning of school is that teachers take the […]

Medical Exercise Program for Stroke Survivors

Join us this Saturday, July 9th at 12:00, noon for a free seminar where we will discuss our upcoming new exercise program, Medical Exercise and Early Support Discharge (ESD) for Stroke Survivors – Group Exercise Class! This new program will be excellent for someone who had a stroke and has been discharged from physical therapy. […]

Counting Down….

We are always counting down to something. A new job, school starting, starting our workout and diet program on Monday. Sometimes it’s procrastination, and sometimes we take that time to get prepared for the new start. If you are really getting ready to start new on a specific date, what are you doing to prepare yourself […]

Medical Exercise Training helps those with Lower Back Pain

There is a good chance that you have either had low back pain or know someone that does. They may have had surgery, or they may be doing all of the can to avoid surgery. It’s one of those conditions that once you experience it, you never forget the feeling. It’s not just physically taxing, it’s […]

How Much Impact can 1 Pound of Fat have on your Knee Pain?

Weight loss becomes much more challenging when you are dealing with knee pain. You know you need to lose weight, so you try your best to work as hard as possible to make positive progress. However, during your quest to lean up, you notice your knee pain is only getting worse! What a double edged sword! […]