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Being fit is about more than just exercising.  It involves living a healthy lifestyle.  Simply establishing the goal of leading a healthy lifestyle should make you feel good about yourself.  To make that goal more attainable, stay informed, get creative and come up with small goals that you  know you can meet each day to help keep yourself feeling positive.A complete, safe and effective fitness program should include aerobic exercise, resistance training and flexibility exercise.


Sound, balanced nutrition is a critical component of  weight management, exercise and lifestyle change.  Strike a good balance between the number of calories you consume and the number you burn.  


Nutrition forms the foundation of our health. Therefore we focus on educating and advising our clients on proper dietary choices based on individuality. We do not employ the use of “diets” but rather encourage our clientele to follow a basic nutrition plan while making proper food choices resulting in a healthier and stronger body.

functional fitness and exercise therapy

Exercise can be an important part of coping with a chronic disease or recovering from an injury.  Exercise can increase longevity and quality of life;  improve energy, strength, balance and coordination;  and act as a potent pain reliever and antidepressant.  But many people don’t know what exercise guidelines to follow for optimal health and management of their disease or disorder.


Today we are faced with a nationwide child obesity epidemic.  Daily activities such as walking to school, physical education classes, after school activities, chores and general playing have been replaced with a sedentary lifestyle in front of the tv and computer.  In addition, unhealthy food has become much more prominent and accessible.  It’s time to once again get kids active!  When it comes to fitness, however, kids are not miniature adults.  They have specific physiologic differences that make them unique;  therefore their fitness activities must be specific to their developmental stage.


It’s never too late to become active!  In addition to enhancing your quality of life and ability to pursue your interests, physical activity for adults age 50+ plays an important role in preventing health problems and managing those common disorders that might already be present such as diabetes, high blood pressure, depression and elevated cholesterol.  Exercise also improves muscle strength and bone density.  Significant health benefits can be seen by including just a moderate amount of exercise into your lifestyle.


Exercising can improve your productivity at work and help mitigate work-related stress.  Everyone encounters job stress sooner or later, and while you can’t afford to control every aspect of a work environment demanding bosses, difficult co-workers or unreasonable amounts of work you don’t have to let stress take a toll on your well-being.  Exercising can help you cope with those stresses and finding ways to incorporate activity into your day will keep your mind and body healthy.


A loss of range of motion or strength, numbness or a tingling feeling in the limbs are all symptoms that are related to poor posture.  Body areas that are most commonly affected are the upper back, neck, lower back, wrist, shoulders, hips and knee pain and dysfunction that prohibits proper walking gait, comfortable sleeping situations, and effective participation in activities and recreational sports.

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