Wellness

Hiring A Personal Trainer

The Trend: When you’re working with a personal trainer, all you have to do is show up and let him/her do the coaching. A personal trainer not only provides a well-rounded and educated workout for you, but also ensures accountability with the appointments. Thurman (who, as a personal trainer, admits he’s biased) says, “For the most part, […]

Return to Life through Contrology

Joseph Pilates presents his method as the art of controlled movements, which should look and feel like a workout (not a therapy) when properly manifested. If practiced with consistency, Pilates improves flexibility, builds strength and develops control and endurance in the entire body. It puts emphasis on alignment, breathing, developing a strong core, and improving […]

The Personal Part

This is a very peculiar part for a lot of people. While everybody agrees that having a lot of professional knowledge is critical, most people don’t put a lot of stock into the idea of personal development. Personal development takes on many different forms and can go in an infinite variety of different directions. After […]

Mobility a function of strength and flexability

This weeks work on the cossack project included more deep squats. plus not shown in the photo is work on my  stretch reflex it’s a contra body exercise. to get your hamstrings loose. You need to train them how to relax by stretching out your quadriceps. facia first.  don’t just bend over and touch your toes thinking your stretching your […]

Bonsai Tree meditation

I got this Bonsai tree to focus on during my daily meditation. It looks great and is made to be fire resistant. It really does help me calm down and focus on my breathing click here for more details on getting a silk bonsai for a focus point

Self myofascial release

  Self-myofascial release tools, such as foam rollers, trigger point balls, and massage sticks, have become some of the most popular tools used for corrective exercises, fitness, and sports performance. In fact, performing self-myofascial release has become almost a uniform component in the majority of fitness and sports performance programs. these photos show a few […]

Every day, a new study is published heralding the benefits of physical fitness

Every day, a new study is published heralding the benefits of physical fitness. Everybody knows they should probably exercise more… but finding the motivation and the time can be difficult. How much do you work out each week? Hopefully, the new findings that physical activity can improve cognitive function throughout a lifespan will motivate you […]

Dancing Is Good for Your Brain

Dancing improves brain function on a variety of levels. Two recent studies show how different types of practice allow dancers to achieve peak performance by blending cerebral and cognitive thought processes with muscle memory and ‘proprioception’ held in the cerebellum. Through regular aerobic training that incorporates some type of dance at least once a week anyone can maximize his or her […]

Ballroom Sculpting Class

Come and join us for a fun and challenging toning and tightening sculpting class using dance steps and calisthenics. Whether you are a beginner or advanced student Jim and Mickey have the moves to add strength and flexibility to your dance. Every Thursday at 6 PM!! Call for details and pricing 321-255-1537

the combination of exercise and nutrition is more than 400% more effective than exercise alone

We simply can’t exercise our way out of a bad diet. If you’re eating with unrealistic goals you will fall short. get frustrated and quit. Probably even gain some additional rebound weight and be worse off than when you started!  Sound familiar?  There are psychologists offices full of people at their wit’s end. because they think they are doing the right things and its “just me”  baloney! it’s just that you don’t want to see the forest for the trees. Your swimming up the river of “de Nile’ […]