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Kinstretch to Improve Golf Game

Strength and conditioning is starting to take precedence within the golf world.   PGA players are starting to learn the importance of having a strong mobile body in order to put them in the best position to succeed on the course. For most casual golfers, fitness is usually left on the backburner.  The result? Injury …

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Strength Training Vital As We Age

While older men and women needn’t become powerlifters, athletes who lift massive weights, experts say strength training — using weights heavier than you might expect — can be an important component of a healthy future. Beginning about age 30, men and women lose muscle mass at about the rate of 10 percent per decade until …

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6 Tips To Help You Avoid The Cold & Flu

Worried about cold or flu impacting your exercise regimen? It can be frustrating when you’re feeling under the weather and don’t have the energy to work out. Should you rest or tough it out? Is it safe to exercise? Here are some tips and tricks for safe and healthy exercise during cold and flu season. …

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Gulfshore Life Question & Answer

Our very own Kevin Chiddister was asked to answer a fitness question in the latest edition of Gulfshore Life!!!I want to increase my cardio exercise, but every time I try running or a related routine, I end up sore and out of breath. Any tips to keep the momentum going?If the goal is to increase …

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Top 5 Tips To Stay Fit This Holiday Season

While visions of sugarplums may be dancing in your head, don’t let your fitness and diet goals get pushed to the side during the holidays. For many, it is the season of overindulgence—from holiday parties complete with decadent sweets and cocktails, to unexpected dinners out with friends and family. However, treats should be balanced with …

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Combat Cramps

It was a hot, muggy summer’s day in Southwest Florida. My partner and I were playing the 3rd Pickleball match of day, winners advance to gold medal round. After winning the 2nd game, the momentum was on our side going into the 3rd. I was moving well, dictating play…and I continued the good play until …

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Yoga Training for Balance

Good balance is particularly beneficial in sports that demand a high degree of agility, coordination and technical ability. But actually, it’s a win for all. From a physical point of view, one-legged standing poses are great for building strength in the feet, ankles, hips and core. Arm balances build upper body strength, especially in the …

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5 Negative Effects of Bad Posture on Your Body and Mind

Poor posture is the new first-world problem that’s causing more mental and physical health complicationsthan most people realize. The human body was designed to move – not to sit in a chair for several hours at a time. Over time, bad habits lead to fatigue, depression, pain and headaches. There’s a reason your mother told …

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Wellness Corner with Ryan Reader

Pickleball Professional and Director of Operations at The Pickleball Academy of Southwest Florida Ryan will discuss the how a newbie can get started in Pickleball as well as the keys for a newer player.      

Pilates for Pickleball & Tennis

A growing number of tennis and Pickleball players at every level practice Pilates. They utilise their Pilates training for a range of issues. Issues such as: injury prevention and recovery, rectifying muscle imbalance, to improving flexibility and building core and stabilizer muscles. Racquet sports are by their nature one-sided. Most players repeatedly use the same …

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Fixing the Flaws

by naplespersonaltraining | Dec 7, 2017 | Back Pain, Fitness, Health & Wellness, Naples Personal Training News, Personal Training, Physical Therapy,  Uncategorized Fixing the Flaws: A Look at the Three Most Common Bio-mechanical Weak Links Associated with Common Injuries   Weaknesses and muscles tightness can be the cause of considerable disability and injury among many people. They can be caused by past injuries, accidents,…

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