Osteoporosis – “The Silent Thief”

Osteoporosis “The Silent Thief”, has affected more than 25 million persons in the United States. Osteoporosis is a disease associated with the reduction of bone mineral density and an increase in hip and vertebral fractures. The main areas of fractures in osteoporotic...

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What are Shin Splints and What to Do?

What are Shin Splints and What to do? The American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons defines shin splints as pain along the inner edge of the shinbone (tibia). Many athletes suffer from shin splints, especially those who participate in repetitive sports such as track and...

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5 Ways to Stay Moving at the Office

Take the long way to meetings: Taking the extra time to walk a longer route to your next meeting will provide you with extra steps and help keep your blood flowing. Hold walking meetings: Instead of sitting at a table during a meeting, suggest a walking meeting where...

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5 Popular Nutrition Myths

5 Popular Nutrition Myths By Coach Marisa Seitz Eating carbs will make me fat. No, eating carbs will not make you fat. Eating any macronutrient (protein, carbs, or fat) in excess will make you gain weight. It does not matter where the calories come from; if you...

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Workout Tips to Stay Motivated During the Winter

Even though winter is winding down and spring is getting closer, there are still plenty of cold days ahead of us. Many people struggle to stick to their workout routines when the cold weather outside makes it tough to leave the house. However, here are a few ways to...

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3 Ways to Spice Up Your Morning Oatmeal

3 Ways to Spice up Your Morning Oatmeal:  by Coach Marisa Seitz Add nut butter: adding peanut/almond/ cashew butter provides up to 8 grams of protein in just 2 tablespoons! Add fruit: Fruits like bananas, blueberries, strawberries, and mangoes are all delicious...

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Are they athletes or kids?

Are They Athletes, Or Kids? Brett Klika As 8-year-old Billy sprints down the sideline with the soccer ball expertly at his feet, leaving both teammates and opponents in the dust, a truth becomes extremely clear. With his natural speed, agility, and overall game...

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January Newsletter

Client of the Month - Craig Eyman   "Best investment I have made for myself.  The team at PSC has put me in the best shape of my life at 52!  Got off cholesterol meds, back pain went away.  Still going 2x per week after 5 years.   Learn more about personal training at...

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Effective Acceleration

Effective acceleration relies on force application into the ground. In order to generate the greatest amount of force, you have to have 3 good postural habits: 1. Your legs have to swing vertically after push-off to offset gravity and to be able to drive down and...

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3 Healthy Winter Soup Recipes

By Coach Marisa Seitz What better way to warm up on a cold winter day than with a delicious bowl of soup? These three soup recipes are packed with nutrients and are sure to keep you warm even on a cold winter night! Lentil Soup: Lentils are a type of legume that is...

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