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. […]

Why do squats hurt my knees?

Knee pain when doing squats is so common, but it’s also one of the easiest exercises to correct. To put it simply, most people just do not understand the proper mechanics necessary to perform a squat properly. When they correct their mechanics, their knee pain disappears and they begin to engage their glutes. Most of the […]

Why are some people successful at fitness and others not?

Fitness success vs fitness failure, what’s the difference? Why are some people successful while others struggle so much? In this Facebook Live broadcast I want to share the deciding factor between success and failure and what you can do to ensure you are on the successful end of things. We get pulled in so many […]

Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) – The benefits of safe exercise

Melvin Menezes joined us to talk about Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS). Have you heard of EDS before? In this video Melvin is going to explain more about the condition and show you what it looks like for those that have it. There are several limitations for those with EDS and working out is both extremely important, […]