Tag Archives: exercise
By Luke Fortney, MD, Family Medicine When the topic of health comes up, we immediately think about exercise and diet, which is usually appropriate. However, even with exercise there is a flip side, so to speak, that is often forgotten. … Continue reading
Did you know more than 60% of doctors are recommending wearable technology to their patients?
By: Samantha Schmaelzle, Dietetic Intern Do you know what to eat before and after your workout? Have you ever been so sore the day after weight lifting that you can hardly move and refuse to go back to the gym? … Continue reading
By: Lisa Sanborn, Lead Exercise Physiologist Are you already frustrated and discouraged that you have not kept up with your New Year’s Resolution to exercise more or lose weight? Most likely you probably set too grand of a goal and … Continue reading
The American Heart Association’s Heart Walk is a healthy, fun, family event that promotes physical activity as part of a heart-healthy lifestyle and raises funds for research and programs to fight heart disease, stroke and other cardiovascular diseases. These diseases … Continue reading
There have been several recent news stories about young, teenage athletes dying during sporting events, including the poignant story of a teenager who made a game-winning shot in his basketball game and collapsed seconds later. These stories are heartbreaking and … Continue reading
A certified yoga instructor will teach you easy-to-achieve poses for strength, flexibility, balance and stress relief. Don’t worry about not being physically fit enough for yoga. Everyone can join in and obtain the benefits of improved sleep and circulation, fewer … Continue reading