Santa Claus has settled into another 350 days of hard work in preparation for one very long night of delivering toys and gifts to kids, and adults, all around the world. This amazing feat, even with the aid of some fast-flying reindeer, requires that Santa be in peak condition. In fact, he really can’t have
The latest ‘fad’ diet plan making the news today is ‘intermittent fasting‘. This entails any one or combination of restricted eating not by food quality or quantity but by timing. That is, there are various versions of this program that in some form or fashion restrict when you can eat. Hence, intermittent = every so
Happy New Year! It’s that time of year when, again, so many of us promise that we’re going to shed excess weight by eating righter or better or less – nah, nobody actually commits to the latter – and exercise more. As a gym owner, you might think I would be one of those who’d
January 2018 Low-Carb for Athletes: A Fallacy of Anecdotism? Since the early 1970s, virtually all sports nutrition research has focused on the value and merits of carbohydrate consumption to enhance athletic performance, especially for long distance events. Recently a new concept of training while low on carbs has received some testimonial
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Parkinson’s Disease (PD) is one of the more prevalent and rapidly up-and-coming neurodegenerative diseases confronting our healthcare system as the Baby Boomers get older. With no cure in sight, various treatments have been approved for managing the disease; but the degenerative component reigns true as over time, these treatments lose their effectiveness. One of the
Weight loss and weight management are major bugaboos for the fitness/wellness world, not because they’re not useful draws and marketing ideas but because they’re so very hard to do, like breaking up. As I’ve posted so many times before, the science of weight loss is still very much in the air with really only one
28 Steps to 28 Years of STEPS This December 11, 2017, marks the 28th year in business for STEPS Fitness. It was originally founded by a college colleague, Kathy Alexander, and I in 1986 as a concept. We opened our first gym in 1989, so that’s what I’d call our start date. Despite the corporate