Fit Bit, Apple Watch, Garmin, Samsung… How Paramount Is Your Wearable Fit Tech?

How Paramount is the Accuracy of Your Wearable? As I was finishing up a workout a few Sundays ago, I got off the treadmill feeling pretty accomplished only to realize I wasn’t wearing my Fitbit. ARG! I immediately felt defeated. Now having no record I completed a workout, it’s like it never even happened! This is the effect wearable technology has on us. It gives us a feeling of accomplishment […]

How’s That New Years Resolution Holding Up? 3 Main Reasons Why…

3 Main Reasons Why You Give Up on Your Fitness Goals (….and How to Overcome Them) We’ve all had goals at some point in our lives. Whether it was getting into the school of your dreams, or something as simple as saving up money to buy your first car. Goals are vast and broad. They give us aim. A result that gives us direction with all of our work. When […]

Learn How To Get Your Arm In Throwing Shape For Upcoming Basbeall/Softball Season!

Learn how to get your arm in shape for the season…its right around the corner. Proper arm care is a must for baseball players and, specifically, pitchers. If you are not doing anything in the off season to prepare your shoulder for the rigors of the season, you are doing yourself a disservice. Let’s break the preparation for baseball season into 3 phases. Phase 1: Prepare your whole body. Oftentimes […]

5 Common Sense Ways To Manage An Injury While Still Exercising

5 Common sense ways to manage an injury while still exercising    Take 1 week off.  I know the title sucked you in with learning how to get better without rest but the truth is you need to figure out if rest is going to help the condition.  1 week is a short period of time and you can gain a lot of information from a little rest.  It its […]

How To Prevent Athletic Injuries In Your Upcoming Sport Season

2018, The Year of Prevention! In preparation for the upcoming spring sports, many trainers and coaches will incorporate an injury prevention program in to their pre-season training. School age students participating in team sports are at a higher risk for sport-related injuries. Of these, lower extremity injuries have statistically shown to be the most common, accounting for more than half of all reported sports injuries. An increase in both non-contact […]