Meet Laury Christian Post: “You, Me & the Reformer Makes Three”

Twenty years ago Laury Christian Post was the middle car in a three car accident. “I was the meat in the sandwich so to speak.” The accident herniated the discs in her cervical spine at the 5th & 6th vertebrae, with compression at the 7th. A cervical fusion/discectomy was performed by a Neurosurgeon not long after the accident. For years she looked for exercise programs that would keep her neck healthy without causing re-injury. Continue reading Meet Laury Christian Post: “You, Me & the Reformer Makes Three”

Building Strong Shoulder Muscles

How does personal training work? Why bother going to a personal trainer when you can do all of the exercises by yourself? One reason might be to stay accountable. But for our purposes here, I want to show you how we build programs for folks, to obtain very specific goals. Whether you’re a guy and want to build muscle mass, or a gal who is looking to tone up and look sleeker for summer, working on building shapely shoulder muscles should be in your mix. Continue reading Building Strong Shoulder Muscles

Top Fitness Trends of 2017

The Thighmaster, Nintendo Wii workouts, Tae Bo — every year comes with its own fitness trends. What will be hot in 2017? The American College of Sports Medicine has a few ideas.

As the largest sports medicine and exercise science organization in the world, ACSM releases an annual list of what’s shaping up to be the hottest topics in the fitness world. Check out the the top fitness trends for the year — are you ready? Continue reading Top Fitness Trends of 2017

How to Feel Great Every Day with Stretching

In the past few months, I’ve been working one on one with a physical therapy mentor who has been teaching me the ins and outs of manual stretch therapy. We all know we should be doing some stretching, but how much? Which stretches? What techniques work best? Let’s start by exploring the basic types of stretching, and how they work. Continue reading How to Feel Great Every Day with Stretching