Monthly Archives: January 2018

Drink Water!

By | 2018-01-03T12:46:49+00:00 January 3rd, 2018|

That thirst is your body calling for re-hydration! Proper hydration is critical to everyone. Water helps to regulate body temperature, keeps joints lubricated and helps the body to move nutrients freely. When you aren’t properly hydrated, your athletic performance suffers. Muscles will cramp because of dehydration. You may even experience dizziness and fatigue. There are no set guidelines for keeping your body hydrated. Often, the fail safe eight cups of water per day isn’t enough. This is

Preventing Running Injuries

By | 2018-01-03T12:46:49+00:00 January 3rd, 2018|

Staying in shape and healthy is very important. If you are an avid runner for fun or for your health, you need to take precautions. Taking precautions to prevent running injuries can help you continue to feel your very best. Don’t wait until you actually experience an injury before you make changes in your routine. Stretching It is very important that you stretch before and after each running session. Don’t be in such a rush that you bypass doing so. Don’t assume that because it is a warm spring

Bodywork and Nutrition

By | 2018-01-03T12:46:49+00:00 January 3rd, 2018|

If you often hear the call of the Advil bottle, chances are you are dealing with a heavy burden of inflammation. Inflammation is our body’s method for bringing healing to a damaged site and repairing tissues, and is the root of all pain. Inflammation can be rooted in an accumulation of toxins, from mechanical injury, from pathogens like viruses, from poor digestion and elimination, or from a poor diet, among other sources. Bodywork is a wonderful first step in any effort to fight inflammation

6 Surprising Benefits of Massage

By | 2018-01-03T12:46:49+00:00 January 3rd, 2018|

Good news! Experts explain the reasons you can stop making excuses for why you deserve a rub down. Massage can make you look younger. Massages stimulate blood flow, which is why regular gentle rubbing and kneading might keep your face looking healthy and radiant. Skin care expert Kimara Ahnert told Women's Health that massage plumps slack skin, encourages lymphatic drainage (moves toxins out of cells so nutrients can travel in), and adds vitality to a dull complexion. . . .see the other 5

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