Entries by Training Aspects

Top 5 Sports performance myths

Top 5 sports performance myths Sports performance is a broad topic when thinking about the various sports: Hockey, lacrosse, dance, wrestling, gymnastics etc. Each sport has its section of myths, for now we’ll start with the big 5 that cross the majority of the sports.  Myth 1: Yoga is great for athletes, it makes them […]

6 Week Body Melt Challenge

6 Week Body Melt Challenge   How It Works: Set Your Appointment with one of our Fitness Specialists Set Realistic Goals in Strength, Mobility and Body Fat Loss Hit your goals and get a free month of Group sessions! What You’ll Get: 2x a week small group sessions Nutrition Guidance Goal check-ins 24/7 access to […]

How to Properly Transition to Barefoot Training

As we stated in our last article the transition to barefoot shoes should be gradual! Many people have movement pattern issues that need to be addressed prior to making the transition. This will reduce the risk of injury and keep you moving toward your goals! Common Movement Pattern Issues Tight Ankles This is one of the most […]

Could Your Shoes Be The Cause of Foot Dysfunction and Decreased Performance?

  Foot Health and Your Performance Typically the feet are a forgotten body part when it comes to training but the health of your foot can be one of the most crucial aspects in how well you perform on the field or ice.  Also the type of shoe you wear while training can play a […]

Peanut Butter Banana Post Workout Smoothie

Peanut Butter Banana Post Workout Smoothie Here a simple yet tasty high protein smoothie that is perfect after a tough workout. Ingredients: 1 large banana 1 heaping tbsp. of peanut butter 1/4 cup greek yogurt 1/2 cup almond milk 1 scoop your choice of protein powder (vanilla or chocolate) 1 cup ice cubes Mix the […]

Is Your Lower Leg Mobility Plan As Effective As It Could Be?

  There are many muscles in the lower leg (knee down) but we’re going to focus on two specific muscles in this article. The Gastrocnemius (upper calf muscle) and the soleus (lower calf muscle). The gastrocnemius is the calf muscle that everyone sees and aspires to have a defined shape. The soleus is a little […]