Month: September 2017

Recipe – Energy Balls

Recipe – Energy Balls

My husband is a Strength & Mobility Coach by trade and I am a Certified Nutrition Coach – so we are constantly looking for healthy recipes that taste good! I have a passion for cooking which I got to explore further while being off work […]

Sleep: We Miss It

Sleep: We Miss It

While on mat leave I tried to remain busy with X, which resulted in a few fun little mom and baby activities. We tried Gymboree Play and Learn (amazing!), free playgroups and swimming classes. While attending these activities, a recurring topic crept into all of […]

The Start of Our journey

The Start of Our journey

Our first post is more of an introductory as to why we started this journey. My husband and I welcomed a beautiful little boy, X, into our family in July 2016. From that point on, our lives have changed tenfold. Learning how to not only […]

Correcting Posture: Pt. 2

Correcting Posture: Pt. 2

In part one we started at the feet and worked into the hip. Now in part two we’ll discuss the muscles surrounding our hip joints and how they relate to our lumbar spine! If you look closely at this picture you’ll see classic human posture […]

Correcting Posture: Pt. 1

Correcting Posture: Pt. 1

This will be a three-part article where we discuss the human posture and what the optimum position of our body is in order to limit the dysfunctions in our skeletal-muscular and nervous systems, at least regarding our everyday posture. In part one we are going to […]

The Fascia-Matrix & How We Move

The Fascia-Matrix & How We Move

Most of us in the fitness industry are aware of the term Myo-fascia and what it is. But if we were asked about the fascia and its relation to movement, we would become lost as we tried to grasp at our vast array of knowledge […]

Releasing Muscle Tension

Releasing Muscle Tension

We covered some aspects of soft-tissue release in the Correcting Posture articles however I would like to elaborate and discuss the method I use for releasing tension and what you have to do to make a permanent change.

3 Ways to Exercise!

3 Ways to Exercise!

All exercises can be categorized into three types. And each of these three types can dominate a certain aspect of training and the benefits that come with it. The three categories are: Bilateral, Unilateral and Contralateral exercises.