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Recovery Room Trends: Non-Invasive Vibration Therapy

The Rise of Recovery For the last several years, recovery room popularity has increased at fitness centers and health clubs as more and more fitness professionals and clientele turn their focus to recovery. The challenge for many is balancing the intensity of high-exertion programs with the need to recover better and quicker between workouts.  To meet the demand for faster, …

Rachel Ford

Content Writer, Health & Wellness Enthusiast

Online CEs – Bulletproof Back: From Pain to Performance

          Bulletproof Back: From Pain to Performance LESSON PLAN This webinar with Tony Mikla, DPT will provide you with evaluation strategies to determine the nature and stage of low back pain conditions. You will learn new, innovative ways to treat and train low back pain patients to progress them from the treatment table to functional movement. …

Dr. Tony Mikla


Online CE’s- An Introduction to the Pelvic Floor

An Introduction to the Pelvic Floor LESSON PLAN In this lesson plan, Dr. C. Shanté Cofield, aka “The Movement Maestro,” introduces you to the functions of the pelvic floor. Despite its role as an integral part of the core, the pelvic floor has typically been overlooked and left for obstetricians and gynecologists. With physical therapists, strength coaches, and other movement …

Dr. C. Shanté Cofield


Online CE’s- Common Injuries in Triathletes: Diagnosis and Treatment

Common Injuries in Triathletes: Diagnosis and Treatment LESSON PLAN In this lesson plan, sports medicine doctor Naomi Albertson, MD outlines the causes of the most common injuries in triathletes and how to diagnose and treat them. The most commonly diagnosed injuries include cervical radiculopathy, shoulder impingement/bursitis/tendonitis, iliotibial band syndrome, patellofemoral pain syndrome, and plantar fasciitis. Dr. Naomi Albertson shares practical …

Top 5 Posts of 2019

2019 has been an exciting year at Elivate Fitness! From preventing age-related muscle loss to health hacks for your clients, we’ve covered it all! Here are our top five posts of 2019! 7 Important 2019 Health Hacks for You and Your Clients Here are 7 tips from Tom Bilyeu’s guests featured in the YouTube video below I think we should …

Rachel Ford

Content Writer, Health & Wellness Enthusiast

Studies Confirm the Benefits of Yoga

Some “great” info from the Greatist reminds us why we all (and I’m not just talking about our clients) need more yoga in our exercise routines . . . and our lives. As we trainers know, just one class can deliver some of the mind-body benefits of yoga. Not only can yoga help our clients wake up, but it’s great for …

Lori Harrison

Boxout Corporate Fitness Manager

Six ways exercise makes you feel better and boosts your health

EXERCISE!  Everyone benefits from exercise, regardless of age, sex, or physical ability.  For most healthy adults, the Department of Health and Human Services recommends: At least 150 minutes a week of moderate aerobic activity, or 75 minutes a week of vigorous aerobic activity, or a combination of moderate and vigorous activity. Even small amounts of physical activity in short bursts …

Lori Harrison

Boxout Corporate Fitness Manager

The History of Silver Supplements

Why should you be recommending silver supplements? Watch the video below for more info . . .  The health benefits of silver have been widely studied for thousands of years, and the effectiveness of its contemporary use for immune support and topical healing applications has been significantly substantiated.* While the Ancients did not know the chemical and biological mechanisms of …

5 Natural Pain Relievers For You and Your Clients

There are a ton of superfoods to choose from when looking for ways to help your clients reduce chronic pain:  Ginger Turmeric White willow Valerian  These four top the lists of natural pain relievers, but you may be surprised to find Matcha can help ease away aches too. WHAT IS MATCHA? Matcha is a special type of green tea that …

Exercise Improves Overall Health and Reduces Risk of Disease

 Make sure to remind your clients that looking good isn’t the only benefit of exercise.  Short-term benefits include: Healthy muscles, bones, and joints. Resistance training, such as weight lifting, improves muscular strength and endurance while increasing bone density, which is especially important for older adults to prevent falls and injuries. A healthier heart. Physical activity makes demands on your heart …

Lori Harrison

Boxout Corporate Fitness Manager