Want to shape up for summer? Don’t wait until the last minute! If you start now, you’ve got ten weeks or so – plenty of time to see some serious results before swimsuit season starts. Read More ->
2016 Weight Loss Challenge Participants Lose a Total of 68 Pounds in 4 Weeks!
Kim lost a total of 16.2 pounds in 29 days! That’s an 8% weight loss! We tasked Kim to share with us a few points that contributed to his successful weight loss. Here is what he had to say…Read More ->
How to Help Prevent Heart Disease – At Any Age
You’re never too young— or too old — to take care of your heart.
Preventing heart disease (and all cardiovascular diseases) means making smart choices now that will pay off the rest of your life.
Lack of exercise, a poor diet, and other unhealthy habits can take their toll over the years. All persons at any age can benefit from simple steps to keep their heart healthy during each decade of life. Here’s how:
New Year Kickoff
New Year’s resolutions are more than often a bust! Don’t let yourself down again and try a few of these four tips to hone in a new you for 2016:
The shopping and crowds. The back-to-back diet-busting parties. The interminable chats with the in-laws. We understand how easy it is to feel not so wonderful at this most wonderful time of the year.
That’s why we’ve rounded up these 5 expert-endorsed ways to help you dodge the seasonal blues and stay happy, healthy, and energized:
The holidays are fast-approaching, and our schedules will be busier than ever. Along with the holidays comes the added stress of sticking to a healthy lifestyle. Adhering to your exercise and nutrition habits often gets put on the back burner–when you need them most! Make this year the exception! Here are a few ideas from the staff at Premier to help you succeed through the holidays:
Every October, the American Physical Therapy Association celebrates National Physical Therapy Month. This year the theme is #AgeWell because exercise will help people live healthy well into old age, and exercise can benefit the twenty something and octogenarian alike. Exercise is the closest experience we have to the fountain of youth. People who exercise regularly will suffer less from preventable disease or chronic pain and will generally enjoy a greater quality of life. Research on exercise has shown positive benefits for nearly EVERY health or disease condition. No other treatment can claim the level of effectiveness and simplicity of exercise. Here are 7 exercise tips from our physical therapists here at Premier.