Dr. Pack explores how leg length discrepency can impact other areas of our body.
The fall season tends to cool things down and open opportunities to do certain activities, like intense exercise, that people prefer to forgo during summer. Though hardcore health buffs know no season for exercising, fall gives way for the average person to enjoy sweating in much cooler temperatures. A story from CNN posted on KPLCtv.com stresses that one can start working on a healthy lifestyle during the season.
A new program aims to give returning veterans an opportunity to find gainful employment once their tour of duty is done; and it already has its supporters among former armed forces personnel.
When you talk about personal fitness trainers you usually identify them with movie celebrities and well-known athletes. They're the people who can afford the high fees usually associated with these physical fitness professionals. However, these days, personalized fitness programs are no longer only for the rich and famous as more people are opting for one-on-one training rather than group sessions.
A study conducted by the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) published in the American Heart Association journal Stroke and reported in the Science Daily showed that stroke risk increases by 20 percent among people who are physically inactive compared to those who exercised regularly from four or more times a week. Victoria Howard, Ph.D., a professor of epidemiology in UAB and senior study author said these results showed that intense physical activity was able to “impact on traditional risk factors such as hypertension and diabetes” thus reducing the possibility of stroke.
Whether you are new to the Dunwoody area, or have been a resident all your life, you should know that there are effective, professional, and well established personal trainers right here in your neighborhood. Why are these individuals so effective and why are so many people reporting success in their fitness training efforts after enlisting the help of a trainer? Just think of the personal trainer as the brain behind the brawn of the work out world.
Whether you are in the market for a personal trainer, or have been working with one for some time, it’s always good to remember just what a personal trainer can do to help you. Personal trainers are good at so many things. From planning how to achieve fitness goals, to diet tips, to keep you on track, a personal trainer can help you see the results you want to see in your body and health. But what do you do when your body hits a wall and you’re not seeing results? A personal trainer can actually help you out there too. Here are three ways that a personal trainer can help you break personal records and plateaus.
Trying to achieve your weight loss goal can feel overwhelming and exhausting at times. Any endeavor on your own can, at times, become just too much. Working with a weight loss coach is one of the best things you can do to keep yourself motivated, and seeing results. How can a weight loss coach help you? Keep reading for five ways a weight loss coach in Dunwoody can make a difference in helping you achieve your goals.
It’s that time of year--the time of year when family and friends gather to share meals and desserts, and the pounds have a way of creeping on. Celebrate this holiday season by joining a group fitness workout to combat the added calories found in Grandma’s delicious pecan pie. Not sure what a group fitness workout is? Keep reading for a little information on group workouts, and why joining one will make your holiday season merrier, brighter, and skinnier.
Do you have fitness goals? Are you ready to lose weight? It’s time to schedule your F.I.T. consultation and workout! Your F.I.T. consultation is a chance to discuss with a personal trainer your fitness goals and how to achieve them. Many people are doing a combination of workout and diet, but without the right approach, it’s not giving them maximum results. A personal trainer will be able to customize a workout and diet plan specifically to help you meet your fitness goals in a healthy and realistic way. Keep reading for four things to consider during a F.I.T. consultation and help you find the best personal trainer for you.