Did You Know?

Exercise can help individuals fall asleep or stay asleep. According to the National Sleep Foundation, people sleep significantly better and feel more alert during the day if they get at least 150 minutes of exercise/week.

Immunity Boosting Orange Smoothie

It is cold outside and getting sick is just not an option with your busy schedule. This yummy orange smoothie is jam-packed full with vitamin C. It is a great way to avoid getting sick and sticking to your busy schedule. Prep time: 5 mins Total time: 5 mins Ingredients 1 large orange peeled ½…

Did You Know?

Flu Season may be making another appearance, BUT Your immune system will get a nice boost when you work out, meaning you will get sick less often!

Stay Fit While Recovering from an Injury

Injury doesn’t mean the end Some injuries, if severe enough, can limit movement and deter from continuing a fitness routine. Over the course of an injury, motivation decreases, and so does your progress. What’s known as the ‘deconditioning phase’ can put you back to square one of your fitness journey. To prevent this, you’ll need…

Eat Like a Basketball Player – NBA Playoffs Part 2

The 2019 NBA Finals are in full swing with the Toronto Raptors playing the Golden State Warriors. In our last blog post, Train Like a Basketball Player, we took a look at some of the go-to workouts that NBA players like Giannis Antetokounmpo and Steph Curry do in the off season to stay in shape….

Train Like a Basketball Player – NBA Playoffs Part 1

With the NBA playoffs happening as we speak (go Bucks!), it seems only fitting that we take a look at how these players train on and off the court. It’s no secret that NBA players are incredible athletes that train year-round, but just what is it that they’re doing? You may be surprised to learn…

The Physical Proof: Part 2

Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise In a recent case study, researchers took 10 pairs of identical twins in their thirties and compared the influence of exercise to no exercise at all on their overall health.  After three years of study, the results showed significant variations. The half that exercised had minimal illnesses in…

The Physical Proof: Part 1

We’ve all heard before, either from a doctor, friend, or family member, that exercising daily improves your overall health. Within the last few decades, varying professionals have found research to back up these claims. This new research confirms philosopher’s, scientist’s, and doctor’s suspicions that exercise incorporated into your daily routine will benefit your overall health…