Supercharge Your Results By Introducing Massage into Your Fitness Routine

[fa icon="calendar'] Tue, Oct 23, '18 / by Sarah M. posted in healthy lifestyle, recovery

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Think massage is just a luxury?

Think again!

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4 Reasons Why Skipping Meals or Calorie Restriction Isn’t a Fast Track to Weight Loss

[fa icon="calendar'] Wed, Jan 10, '18 / by Krista F. posted in healthy lifestyle, weight loss

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It’s simple math when it comes to calories, right? Eat less, lose more. Nope. It’s not that simple. Unless you are on calorie restrictions by way of a doctor-created plan, skipping meals regularly or severely restricting calories is not the key to healthy weight loss and management. Here’s why…

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Take it to the MAT: Make Muscle Activation Technique Training Work for You!

[fa icon="calendar'] Thu, Aug 3, '17 / by Krista F. posted in fitness tips, healthy lifestyle

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Have you ever heard of “sleeping glutes” or heard someone talk about their diminished lack of push-off in their big toe or a calf muscle that doesn’t “fire” when they need it? Though these conditions might sound minor at first blush, it’s serious stuff. Experts have realized that many injuries, chronic pain, and less-than-stellar athletic performances can be linked to inactive or underactive muscles. What’s the solution? Muscle Activation Technique (MAT®) Training!

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Sleep Like a Baby. Wake-up in Beast Mode!

[fa icon="calendar'] Thu, Jul 6, '17 / by Krista F. posted in health and wellness, healthy lifestyle

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Sleep better to exercise better. Exercise better to sleep better. It’s a reciprocal relationship that can lead to a lifetime of fitness.

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Weight Loss For the Ages: Tips for Your 20’s, 30’s, and 40’s

[fa icon="calendar'] Mon, Jun 12, '17 / by Sarah M. posted in weight loss, healthy lifestyle

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Exercise is for everyone--truly. Exercise doesn't discriminate based on age, sex, background, health history, or personal style.

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