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Greg Sterner, Licensed Physical Therapist, Owner Fitness Together Rancho Bernardo Sep 18, 2019 News

Do you have been in your joints? It is likely a combination of immobility to one regions and lack of stability to another. FMS can help you with corrective exercise that alleviates pain and increses function.

Julia Malacoff Jun 9, 2020 Cardio

If you're a runner or cyclist, you mostly move your body forward when you exercise. If you're a weightlifter or swimmer, you might occasionally move your body backward by doing reverse lunges or backstroke. But the reality is, the most popular activities people choose for getting fit don't generally require moving to the side. (That's part of why cross-training workouts are essential for runners.)

Balanced Habits Jun 1, 2020 Fit Tips

13 Kitchen Tips To KISS!! (KeepItSuperSimple)

Balanced Habits May 27, 2020 Nutrition

Nutrition is the MOST important and tangible component to increasing your energy levels. A simple anagoly is if your body is a car and you keep putting the wrong fuel in, it would not perform as well. It's the same with your food. The right food ensures you will perform well.

Kelsey Casselbury May 19, 2020 Cardio

What Qualifies as Low-Intensity Cardio? Low-intensity or light cardio refers to any physical activity that raises your heart rate without skyrocketing it. A good rule of thumb: You should be able to talk or sing while exercising, Meagan Wafsy, MD, of Massachusetts General Hospital told the American Heart Association. For comparison, during moderate-intensity exercise,...

Harvard Medical School May 18, 2020 Nutrition

What are the facts about the glycemic load of foods? If you have diabetes, you probably know you need to monitor your carbohydrate intake. But different carbohydrate-containing foods affect blood sugar differently, and these effects can be quantified by measures known as the glycemic index and glycemic load. You might even have been advised to use these numbers...

Celia Smoak Spell - Harvard Health Publishing May 11, 2020 Nutrition

Burning more calories each day than you consume may have been the diet advice from the past, but that doesn’t work for everyone.  Instead, the focus should be on eating whole foods and avoiding processed carbohydrates — like crackers, cookies, or white bread. A recent review in JAMA Internal Medicine further casts a light on the shaky...

Mayo Clinic May 6, 2020 Fit Tips

For many people, exercise is a way to maintain or improve their quality of life. And that's the focus of functional fitness. What is functional fitness training? Functional fitness exercises train your muscles to work together and prepare them for daily tasks by simulating common movements you might do at home, at work or in sports. While using various muscles in the...

Pete McCall - ACE May 4, 2020 Fit Tips

Benefits of HIIT Training: 8 Reasons HIIT Workouts are So Effective Time is one of our most precious resources and we never seem to have enough of it. Some days, it might be easy to skip a workout because you feel that you might not have enough time to make it worthwhile. But you don’t need to spend hours in the gym to see results—you simply need to make sure that... Apr 29, 2020 Health

Trouble sleeping? You’re not alone. A huge portion of US adults – around a third – has difficulty either falling or staying asleep. There are many factors that contribute to this, from simple issues like too much light in the bedroom to diagnosable sleep disorders. However, you may be surprised to learn that your weight can actually cause sleep...

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