It’s okay So, Spencer’s been here for about three weeks I think. And he had an arterial vascular malformation that ruptured close to his brain stem and so he had a pretty sever brain injury … Continue reading Use of the Passy Muir Valve during Physical Therapy
If you’re thinking about adding physical activity to your life sometimes getting started is the hardest part. It seems everyone can come up with an excuse not to be active. (woman) Shoot, I own my … Continue reading Physical Activity Guidelines – Getting Started
All these people are engaging in aerobic activities. What does that mean? Well, “aerobics” — what is also referred to as “cardio,” is any activity that gets you breathing harder and your heart beating faster … Continue reading Physical Activity Guidelines – What Counts As Aerobic?
Size matters when it comes to eating right and losing weight. Portion sizes have ballooned in the last few decades. You don’t need a bunch of fancy measuring cups or fancy tools to weigh and … Continue reading HAND DIET | The Secret Is In Your Hands. No More OVEREATING !
I’m physically active, primarily for my health, but it also brings me joy and peace of mind that carries over into all aspects of my life. I’m physically active because it helps me maintain my … Continue reading Physical Activity Guidelines — Introduction
(upbeat guitar music) Health coaches play, I think, a vital role in educating the public on how to live their life in balance. Many people are still starting their day with a cup of coffee … Continue reading Creating Balanced Lives with Integrative Nutrition Guest Speaker John Douillard
Do you have trouble keeping your balance in karate? We all do. I’ve even seen world karate champions slip on the mat. Like we say in Japanese; “saru mo ki kara ochiru” – even monkeys … Continue reading FUN KARATE EXERCISE FOR BALANCE TRAINING — Jesse Enkamp