Have you ever heard of trigger point dry needling? It’s an effective tool that we use with many of our clients. Learn more about it!
The Great Debate: White Fat vs. Brown fat SAY WHAAAT? Ok, if you missed this lesson during Health class about this topic, no problem. I’ve got the skinny on it and am here to deliver. Yes, there are two types of fat in the body. The one most familiar to all of us is white […]
How To Cope With Stress Health experts agree that 90% of illness is caused by stress 🤯 Stress in America is on the rise. In fact, according to the American Psychological Association, 1 in 5 American adults say that their mental health has declined over the last year. Around the world, it is reported that […]
How To Get Better Sleep “Sleep affects everything you do and everything is affected positively by better sleep.” This quote is from sleep expert Dr. Kirk Parsley, who improved the sleep of some of the biggest badasses on the planet…Navy Seals. Good, sound, quality sleep literally improves everything: every marker on a blood panel, weight management, sport performance […]
Optimize Your Front Squat Share on facebook Facebook Share on linkedin LinkedIn It often surprises us when we walk through someone’s program and realize how neglected the front squat is. Back squat is always in there but when we ask ,“why don’t you front squat?”, we get the same answer over and over, “I can’t […]
3-2-1 Approach To Eliminating Tension Headaches Share on facebook Facebook Share on linkedin LinkedIn Are you currently dealing with chronic headaches and/or neck pain? You are not alone! 30% of individuals dealing with neck pain will develop chronic symptoms that last greater than 6 months1. The most troublesome piece is the financial distress it can […]
5 Strategies For The Most Effective Movement Prep Share on facebook Facebook Share on linkedin LinkedIn Creatine. Beta-alanine. C4. N.O. Explode. Jack3d. That’s what most people take before a workout to give them the advantage against the weights they’re about to slay. Or at least that’s what they think will give them the advantage. What […]
Shoulder pain is one of the most common complaints we hear from our athletes and often times it is from a lack of overhead shoulder mobility.
Thoracic mobility is a huge factor in proper shoulder mechanics and if limited, can be a cause of shoulder pain in the fitness athlete.
Low back pain is one of the most prevalent causes of pain with it affecting nearly 60-80% of people. It’s time to finally take care of it!