Exercise May Make Your Memory Stronger Through Life’s Ups and Downs

It’s no secret that exercise is good for us. Studies have shown that exercise can improve our memory by strengthening the connections between neurons, called synapses. But there’s been a recent study in Brigham Young University, that looks at the affects of exercise like never before.

Stress and Its Impact on …

rise is on the RISE!

I founded RISE to help patients achieve their performance potential in fitness and life with the most personalized treatment experience available.  I am excited to announce that RISE is evolving and expanding so I can continue  my commitment to restore your body and your life.

Some …

Lift Weights and Live Longer

The correlation between lifting weights and living longer isn’t quite that simple, but the research is fairly convincing.

Two Studies Why Strength = A Longer Life

In fact, a study looked at the muscle mass and muscle strength of 4,440 adults aged 50 and above between 1999-2002. Later, in 2011, …

My Favorite Fitness Advice in 2017

I’m so proud of the fact that I’ve got a blog to share fitness, nutrition and exercise advice to help you maintain a happy and healthy life. The blog covered a lot of ground and I thought I’d use the last post of 2017 to reflect on the tips …

Tell Your Physician About the Supplements You’re Taking

Make Sure Your Doctor Knows What You’re Taking

More and more people use supplements as part of their daily nutrition or dietary regimen. It’s estimated that more than 50% of adults use supplements. As supplement usage continues to grow, you may not understand or consider the potential side effects supplements …

Music as Medicine

Researchers are continuing to study and uncover the power of power chords. In fact, one study showed that people who listen to custom playlists generated more power in 30-second intervals of exercise than those who didn’t listen to any music at all.

Still not convinced?

Music as Dopamine

Music can alter …