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Friendly Health Tip for Women - friendships matter

Jan 26, 2016 News articles

Not only is it important to exercise regular, eat right and sleep soundly - strong long term relationships between women are also necessary for your good health.

4 Ways to Let go of Anger

Apr 12, 2015 News articles

"Holding on to anger," said the Buddha, "is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die."

Focus On the Breathing

Tense One Muscle at a Time

Dig Deeper

Don't Take Anything Personally

Lose Belly Fat With Just Two Exercises

Apr 11, 2015 News articles

Running isn't the only way to lose belly fat and feel better and feel better about yourself. All it takes is 2 exercises that you can do in as little as 15 minutes and a will to do something really great for yourself.

Why Being Sore After a Workout Isn't Always a Good Thing

Nov 9, 2014 News articles

“If someone gets really sore, it doesn’t indicate they’re building more or less muscle, or did more or less damage, per se. It’s usually just a novel stimulus,” says Peak Performance trainer Ethan Grossman, who’s worked extensively with professional athletes and physical therapists and has degree in exercise science. “You feel accomplished. But feeling like crap doesn’t necessarily mean you’re getting closer to making changes in your body.”

Fuel right! 9 triathlon nutrition rules

Aug 10, 2014 News articles

( -- A solid nutrition strategy will help your body make the most out of all your hours swimming, biking and running.

Whether or not you ever plan on doing a triathlon, the slides on superfoods are really important for everyone.  We all need to try eating more of these foods:

Broccoli, Apples, Berries (Blueberries), Salmon, Eggs, Almonds. Green Tea, Quinoa, Low-fat dairy yogurt, Beans, Dark Chocolate, Spinach, Walnuts, Asparagus

Diet: Alcohol May Not Benefit Heart Health

Aug 6, 2014 News articles

Contray to popular belief, even light to moderate drinking may not be good for your heart afterall.

Vitamin C and Muscle Pain

Aug 5, 2014 News articles

Antioxidants such as certain vitamins may offer an important link to muscle pain and fibromyalgia symptoms in some patients. Long used by athletes to speed wound healing and recovery from work-outs, vitamin C has now caught the attention of researchers, who are trying to see how this vitamin works and whether it is effective as a supplement for patients with fibromyalgia.

Why Do We Ask For So Much Health Information?

Jun 18, 2014 News articles

Why Do We Ask For So Much Health Information? Getting a massage can make you feel better both physically and emotionally. But a good massage is about more than rubbing a muscle here and there. An effective massage therapy session is about having an open dialogue between you and your therapist so that you can work together to get the results you want and need during your...

West Plano Client Turns to Massage to Successfully Unlock Frozen Shoulder

Jun 14, 2014 News articles

Jim Leverette is a typical 53-year-old professional who works at a desk throughout the day and stays active by enjoying the occasional game of golf. His relatively regular routine, though, was drastically affected 2 ½ years ago when he put on a shirt to start his day and noticed a stiffness in his shoulder area. At first, he didn’t think much of it, but as...

Reducing the Stress of Getting Through Finals

Jun 13, 2014 News articles

To help manage this commonly stressful school transition time, parents and students can turn to the following quick and easy tension-easing tips


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