Health & Fitness

13 Jan 19
Making your New Year Resolution

According to an article published by the University of Scranton in 2012, almost 45% of Americans make a New Year’s Resolution.  The number one resolution people make is, you guessed it, losing weight! However, according to a US news article written by Toby Amidor in  December 2013, did you know that of those resolution makers […]

30 Dec 18
Should I use Heat or Ice?

This is a common question that is frequently asked around our clinic. The truth? Both can be effective modes of pain relief, if used correctly. First, let’s discuss the various effects of each treatment modality. Cryotherapy is the application of ice for therapeutic benefits. Ice decreases the temperature of soft tissue and results in vasoconstriction, or […]

21 Sep 18
Happy Fall! Learn about Proper Leaf Raking Mechanics

As the weather turns colder, the days grow longer, and the tummy starts to get an insatiable urge for apple cider, pumpkin flavored anything,  you’ll undoubtedly notice the kaleidoscope of leaves falling to your yard. As picturesque as the leaves are this time of year raking them is a chore (one made worse when your […]

20 May 18
Try This Advanced HIIT Workout

Take your workout to the next level with this advanced High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) workout. HIIT workouts are a training technique which involves intense bursts of high-intensity exercise followed by varied periods of low-intensity active rest, or complete rest. It’s a great workout for burning fat, boosting endurance, toning up all over and building […]

14 Apr 18
Want to take your HIIT Workouts to the Next Level? Try this Intermediate Level Workout

Perform each exercise for 30 seconds non-stop as hard and fast as you can with a 5 second rest period in between.  Total workout time is 7 minutes. Repeat this cycle a second time for a more difficult 14 minute workout. Burpees Long Jump Chair Decline Push-Up Bicycle Crunch Squat Jack Lunge & Rotation – […]