What Does “Being Healthy” Mean to You? At a time of year while many people are writing their new year’s resolutions, we’re taking a different approach. Let’s face it, by February, many resolutions have already gone out the door – so why not be motivated by how far you have come, rather than how far […]read more
We use water in a totally different way.
Muscle of the Month: Quadriceps Last week coach Jeanmarie Scordino taught us about movement literacy and how to use understanding of movement basics and the physical laws of nature to get better exercise results. When asked why movement literacy is so important, Jeanmarie said, “Through examining the principles of movement literacy, we understand that the […]read more
Do you have movement literacy? You are probably scratching your head wondering what movement literacy is. We understand reading literacy and even math literacy. In fact, our schools spend the majority of the day ensuring our children have the ability to develop both. Movement Literacy: The progressive and systematic development of an individual’s functional abilities. […]read more
I have been on a low-sugar diet for health reasons for several months now. One of the things that I have learned is that it is not a quick fix! It is not an easy lifestyle, and the decision to go “Sugar Free” can be quite daunting. Sugar comes in many forms and that’s what […]read more
Water Aerobics for Weight Loss Muscle of the Month: The Heart You might be thinking the heart is an organ not a muscle! An organ is defined as “a part of an organism that is typically self-contained and has a specific vital function.” A muscle is defined as “a bundle of fibrous tissues in a human […]read more
By Laurie Denomme, BS, & Lori Sherlock, EdD Benefits of High Intensity Interval Training From Tabata to Timmons, everyone has their own take on how to deliver high intensity interval workouts. There is a simple explanation as to why so many programs involve HIIT…it works! On land, this type of training is reserved for advanced […]read more
What Does “Being Healthy” Mean to You? If you want to be successful in reaching your fitness goals, you have to develop consistent habits. Over the next few months, we’re giving you an inside look at how the WECOACH team members stay healthy and fit. You’ll also learn simple tips to help you feel and […]read more