Did you know that exercising too much, too soon, can cause overuse injuries, including foot and ankle sprains and fractures?
Don’t let your newfound enthusiasm sideline your fitness goals. Our PRO Medical Sports Podiatrist can help you stay on your feet all year round.
Let’s face it. If you’re looking for a new way to age slower, improve your appearance, and look the very best, your options for products and services are practically endless.
From babies to adults, beginners to athletes, PRO Club Aquatics has been introducing people to the joy of water, one swimmer at a time.
Fortunately, we live in an age where we can easily obtain DNA testing which can provide us with insights on our unique bodies.
You’ve been working enthusiastically, crushing your fitness goals, when suddenly… whoa! Ouch! It’s only a minor ache and pain. Or is it?
Here’s a guide to recognizing four common injuries that you shouldn’t ignore.
Regardless of what activity you plan to do at PRO Club, taking the time to perform a 10-15 minute warmup before working out is integral to preventing injuries.
When looking at the characteristics of happy marriages, long-term studies of couples indicate that happy couples share a few key characteristics. These couples weren’t doing anything out of the ordinary. However, they did regularly participate in behaviors that gave their relationship a strong foundation from which they could meet life’s challenges.
PRO Aquatics believes all children should learn how to swim, and those on the autism spectrum are no exception. Children are naturally inquisitive and drawn to water, so it’s of utmost importance that they know what to do if they intentionally or accidentally enter the water.
Pair your exercise with chores, and you’ll be able to trick yourself into getting more active.
Using food as a reward is solidly part of our cultural climate, in which achievements and social events are marked by eating. Many of the foods we use as rewards have little or no nutritional value, but are quick and easy, cheap, and can help reinforce short-term behavior change.