Nature may have a lot to do with our food choices and overall relationship with food. Just as you are born with a particular shape to your face, head, nose, and set of your eyes and eye color, you are destined to reach a certain height, and you are also born with an inherent neurotransmitter profile. Continue reading Nature vs Nurture: How it Affects Your Relationship with Food
Tom Feest is the director of our Yoga program here at Elite Sports Clubs. Along with directing the program, he is also an instructor of multiple yoga classes at our Brookfield and Mequon locations.
Continue reading Instructor Highlight: Tom Feest
Football season is upon us, and for many of us, that means that every Sunday between now and early February are booked. It also means that you’ll be absentmindedly snacking away all of the hard work you did at the gym this summer. When it’s bluntly laid out like that, it sounds frightfully depressing. We have good news for you, though. Give these five tips a try, and you’ll be on your way to a healthier gameday in no time. Continue reading 5 Tips for Healthier Gameday Snacks
It can happen to anyone—tripping and falling is just a part of walking upright. But as we get older, the odds of taking a tumble increase, and the repercussions are potentially more serious. So, how can we stack the deck in our favor? Here are some fall prevention tactics and exercises. Continue reading Fall Prevention – Just in Time for Fall!
For the most part, we all know eating fish is generally good for your health due in part to the good heart health that is provided by an essential nutrient, Omega 3 Fatty Acids. But, what about the other concerns regarding the nutrients such as Mercury that can be present in the water your fish is coming from? And, how much is too much fish to eat? What fish is available to us in Wisconsin? Let’s look at these specific issues. Continue reading When Eating Fish Isn’t So Good for Your Health