Are you ready for part 2 of registered dietitian, Kim Shapira’s new year’s challenge? To refresh you, our January newsletter listed part 1 of Kim’s challenge: “The challenge for you is to change your mindset – let’s flip the idea that we want to lose weight to – let’s learn how to maintain a healthy … Continue reading “New Year New You- Challenge Part 2!”
A healthy eating plan gives your body the nutrients it needs every day. Not only will a healthy eating plan result in weight loss, it will also lower your risk for heart disease and other health conditions. A healthy eating plan consists of a few key items: Fruits – 5-13 servings per day Veggies – … Continue reading “New Year New You! Back to Basics: Healthy Eating”
Check out Dr. Jared Brown while he shows us some key core stabilization exercises to keep your back strong and healthy!
This is a special posting for December. With the holidays quickly approaching we wanted to share two of our favorite holiday recipes with you to get you in the spirit! Holiday butter ball cookies and holiday latkes! Holiday Butter Ball Cookies Ingredients: 1 cup butter 4 tablespoons powdered sugar 1 tsp vanilla 2 1/4 cups … Continue reading “Team IPT Favorite Holiday Recipes!”
Lower. Back. Pain. We all know it, we’ve all experienced it and we all want it to go away. At any given time 25% of people living in the United States have lower back pain (LBP). That is a quarter of the country, A QUARTER! While most pain subsides and goes away within days, some … Continue reading “Let’s Talk about Lower Back Pain”
Over the years we have posted many subjects on our social media outlets from easy every day stretches to fitness articles and birthday pictures and team outings. One in particular stood out to us, a post from 2014, Dr. Lindy First’s patient UFC fight Myles “Fury” Jury and his video clip (see clip below) on … Continue reading “Flashback Friday with some training tips from UFC Fighter Myles “Fury” Jury”
What do five people ages 80, 86, 92, 93, and 94 all have in common? Read on to find out. Successful aging refers to the physical, mental, and social-well being in older age. It can also be defined as absence of chronic disease and risk factors for disease, good health, and high levels of independent … Continue reading “Aging Successfully”
Movement. The key to growing, an every day occurrence in any human’s life since birth. A baby kicks and squirms, a toddler crawls before walking, a kid learning to ride a bike. All movements that lead to balance strength. But with keeping that balance there can come falls. While a baby, child or young adult … Continue reading “To Keep Your Balance You Must Keep Moving”
If you sit at a desk all day – these quick practices are for you! Set an alarm for every 30-45 minutes to get up and stretch!