Exercise

Have we become too extreme?

Workouts have become so much more intense in recent years and not only for the ultra-fit.  In the past you could consider yourself a runner if you threw on your shoes a few times a week and slogged around the block, now you need at least a couple mini marathons under your belt for this [...]

Bike to Work Week – May 14th – 18th

With spring upon us and summer quickly approaching, it’s time to dust off your bike and get ready for some good rides. What better time to get on the bike than during National Bike to Work Week! To keep you out of pain, we wanted to bring light some key points you can check to [...]

86 Year Old Gymnast – Truly Amazing

I can tell you that I've heard this phrase "I'm moving like an old woman" uttered on my adjusting tables more than once, but this 86 year old German gymnast challenges the idea that we have to move slower as we age. I have thought of health in many different ways throughout my life. Now [...]

Why You Should Never Do Crunches!

In this video, Stuart McGill, researcher from the University of Waterloo and one of the foremost experts on back pain discusses how doing crunches can damage the back and lead to back injuries. He also gives alternatives to the typical crunch. Personally I have seen a number of people who have hurt themselves while doing [...]

Katie’s 100 Pushup Video

Here is Katie's 100 pushup video that she took on Christmas day in Florida. She started with 10 pushups and ended up with, well you'll have to watch the video.

Dr. Bingham’s 100 Push Up Test

Here is my 100 pushup initial test...wish that I would've done all my talking prior to maxing out on pushups.  For you info to you can check our post on the 100 pushups or check out www.hundredpushups.com.

A Balanced Wheel – part 3 – by Dorinda Pena

Now we've seen the importance of connecting with our friends and family, we also need to nurture our time with our closest person....our self! When we take time for to invest in our own health we can better pour ourselves out in the various roles we have in life. Yes, it can seem selfish or [...]

Balancing Health, Relationships, and Money by Dorinda Pena

In my previous article (found here), I began to explain a resource that has been helpful to me. It is a wheel that allows you to visually see the different of areas of your life charted out according to how much of your time and energy you put toward developing those areas. After creating your [...]

Good Balance Prevents Back and Neck Pain

by Katie Culver For a lot of you, you come in for your adjustment, and afterwards, I ask you to do a few minutes of balance work. Whether its performing exercises while balancing on the exercise ball, Bosu, balance disk, or even just standing on one of the balance boards, I’m sure you’ve wondered why. [...]

Top Steppers ! – Week 1