Category Archives: Featured Articles

  • Better performance and less pain with foam rolling

    By Shelby Stoner, PHASE IV Exercise Physiologist By now you have most likely heard of foam rollers and their use in relieving sore muscles and aiding in recovery. Foam rolling is often described as a
  • Hormone Response to Exercise: Leptin

    By Shelby Stoner, PHASE IV Exercise Physiologist Previous articles in the Hormone Series: Hormone Response To Exercise: Insulin Hormone Response To Exercise: Cortisol Hormone Response To Exercise:  H
  • 3 Weeks To Mont Ventoux: Part 3

    By Ron Berry P.T., PHASE IV Director of Rehab Services Part 1: 3 Months to Mont Ventoux Part 2: 2 Months to Mont Ventoux Part 3: 3 Weeks to Mont Ventoux Bicycling has long been a passion of mine. From
  • THE SCIENCE OF PERFORMING IN THE HEAT

    By CEO Robert Forster, PT Exercise in extreme heat puts great stress on numerous physiological systems of the body. It can severely debilitate athletic performances, create bodily damage, illness and,
  • The Scary Health Impacts Of Prolonged Sitting

    By Tina Paymaster, PHASE IV Functional Nutrition & Health Specialist Is sitting really that bad for you? A 2015 study in the Annals of American Medicine found that over 50% of the average person
  • CHRONIC DEHYDRATION EPIDEMIC

    By CEO Robert Forster, PT Most Americans are chronically dehydrated…now add exercise and daily activities. We simply do not drink enough water.  In a survey of 3003 persons in 15 major US citi
  • Hormone Response To Exercise: HGH

    By Shelby Stoner, PHASE IV Exercise Physiologist Other articles in the Hormone Series: Hormone Response To Exercise: Insulin Hormone Response To Exercise: Cortisol Hormone Response To Exercise: Ghreli
  • WHAT’S GOOD FOR YOUR HEART IS GOOD FOR YOUR BRAIN

    WHAT’S GOOD FOR YOUR HEART IS GOOD FOR YOUR BRAIN By CEO Robert Forster, PT The strongest evidence for maintaining your brain health is it’s link to heart health. You can’t feel your brain worki
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