Hip Bone is Connected to the…

Hip Bone is Connected to the…

Often misunderstood, the hip joint in one of the most critical joints of the body and one of the most neglected. I regularly get patients in that say my hip hurts so my first question is to point to your hip. This is frequently met with a look of surprise suggesting...
Take a Hike

Take a Hike

I can’t think of a better way to get in a bit of exercise and fresh air that to take a hike. Weather you choose to hike through a scenic national park or a city park, a good brisk walk is good for the mind, body and soul. Depending on your existing physical condition...
Active Rest

Active Rest

An oxymoron or a terrific exercise concept? Both are correct. Active rest is utilizing the time between exercises to do either another exercise or stretches that effect the muscles you are working. Another concept of active rest alternating workout days with...
Etiquette

Etiquette

Yes even gyms have rules of etiquette and when someone is stepping over the line they need to be called out. Don’t be the jackass that does a set and sits on the machine, checks his phone, watches a video, texts his mom then does another half ass set and repeats. Put...
Water

Water

There is an epidemic of malnutrition going on. Although water is not classified as a food because it has no calories it is by far the most important nutrient we consume. The human body is 75% water, we function because we are a chemistry lab and water is the main...
The Core

The Core

You hear it all the time, gotta take care of the core, but what actually is the core? The most common belief is that the core is just the abdominal muscles, some school of thought will add in the back muscles, pelvic muscles even some shoulder muscles. Being a body...