Meal Prep: Healthy Lunches in 30 Minutes!

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There are so many of us that have a hard time finding healthy meals that are fast and convenient. What if we told you that you could have 4 healthy lunches made for the week in just 30 minutes? Check out these delicious lunch options that don’t skimp on flavor! They are so versatile to […]

An Easy Way to Increase Exercise and Eat Healthier

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Why drive to the local farmers market and fight the crowds? Increasing exercise and healthier eating can be as easy as walking out to your own backyard! If you’re willing to make a small investment and put in a little work you can have a mini farmers market in your own backyard. If you think you need […]

4 Resistance Band Exercises for a Stronger Core

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Having a strong core is crucial to support your whole body. Having a strong core isn’t about having chiseled 6-pack abs. Your core is actually made up of several different muscles. These main muscle areas include your front abdominals, obliques, lower back, and glutes. These muscles support your entire body, most importantly your spine. Your […]

How to Treat Painful IT Band Syndrome

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IT Band Syndrome (ITBS) is one of the most common causes of leg and knee pain in athletes, especially runners. Unfortunately, it’s the kind of injury that really requires proactive treatment in order to really heal. Here are four important factors of an aggressive and proactive treatment plan to help your IT Band Syndrome heal […]

5 Tips for Using a Fitness Tracker

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Fitness trackers are all the rage, but unfortunately just wearing a tracker doesn’t help you create a healthier lifestyle. They do their best work when you use them correctly, but how exactly does that work? It can’t be that hard, right? Get Your Benchmark Data First You might be surprised at where you’ll start off […]

Common Myths vs. Facts About the Rotator Cuff

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Common Rotator Cuff Myths: “I tore my rotator cuff, I need surgery to fix it.” False: Conservative treatment including rest, ice, anti-inflammatories, gradual return to activity, stretching/strengthening can improve function and decrease pain in people who have sustained rotator cuff injuries or tears “I need an MRI to figure out what is really going on.” […]

Superfoods to Get More Calcium and Vitamin D

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Calcium and vitamin D are both essential for your body to function properly, but are you getting enough? Many people aren’t. Luckily, there are some easy ways to get more of these nutrients. While you can take vitamins to boost your intake, there are also a number of superfoods that you can eat to get […]

7 Tips for Exercising in the Summer Heat

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Getting your beach body ready for this summer? Summer is the perfect time to head outside and exercise, but are you taking the right precautions to protect your body from the intense heat? These are important tips to remember when you’re exercising in the summer heat. Stay hydrated. Summer can take a lot out of […]

How Aquatic Therapy Can Help Your Recovery Process

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As you might already know, physical therapy rehabilitation is a form of treatment to help you improve a condition or recover from an injury or surgery. But did you know there is a form of physical therapy that takes place in water? It takes some time to rebuild muscle strength and regain your range of […]

Your Health & Beverages: Here’s What You’re Really Drinking

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We all have our favorite go-to beverages for different occasions. Maybe you enjoy a glass of orange juice in the morning with your breakfast, coffee when you get to work and a sports drink with your lunch. But, how many calories do you think are in those drinks? And how many portions are you really […]

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