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January 27th, 2014

Exercise? Top Reasons Not To

Every day we hear studies giving us reasons why to exercise.  It helps with weight and fat loss as well as prevention of obesity, heart disease, and diabetes to name a few.  So all of us know that exercise is good for us and why we should do it.  I’ve never seen a study telling […]

January 20th, 2014

Can I Sway the Outcome with my Behavior?

All of us have goals that we are shooting for (or at least we should have some).  But, the world is uncontrollable.  Life happens and we can’t always be in control of the outcome.  If you are trying to sell your house you can renovate it and ask a fair price but you can’t control […]

January 15th, 2014

Are Plyometrics Safe for Kids?

Merriam-Webster defines plyometrics as exercises involving repeated rapid stretching and contracting of muscles (as by jumping and rebounding) to increase muscle power.  Unlike traditional strength building exercises, plyometric training works the body through dynamic rapid movements.  When the stretching and contracting are performed quickly, the force generated is higher than if the muscle wasn’t stretched […]

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