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!
It’s not an easy task motivating others. As a personal trainer I will typically get the “can you get me motivated?” question and it’s just such a hard one to handle. Instead of trying to give them a pep talk, I instead tell them about my beginning as a personal trainer. Continue reading Staff Stories: Jack Slater on Motivating Others
Lifting can be a hard part of working out to take up. Without introduction to proper form and guidance through a workout, it may lead to injury and lack of results to show for the hard work one has put in. This is a guide to some easy lifts and workouts to help save your limbs and muscles and help you maintain proper form.
Continue reading How to Do Lifts Correctly
A good level of joint mobility allows a person to perform movements without restriction, while a person with good flexibility may not have the strength, coordination, or balance to execute the same movement. A good point to remember is good flexibility does not always denote good mobility. Continue reading Joint Mobility – Use It, or Lose it!
Julie Eusebio is a group exercise instructor at our Elite Sports Clubs location in Brookfield on Burleigh Rd. She currently teaches cycling classes but has taught all sorts of classes over the past decade.
Continue reading Instructor Highlight: Julie Eusebio