Category Archives: OVER TRAINING

  • Stressing? Are your cortisol levels too high?

    Stressing? Are your cortisol levels too high? by Chelsea Garcia, ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologist   What exactly is cortisol and how does it affect you? Cortisol is known as the body’s
  • The Missing Link From Your Training Program

    By Shelby Stoner, PHASE IV Exercise Physiologist It seems like you’re doing all of the right things, you’re training 4+ days per week, incorporating a variety of workouts, working in your Long Slo
  • 8 Reasons You’re Not Losing Weight

    By Tina Paymaster, PHASE IV Functional Nutrition & Health Specialist   The journey to losing weight – easy for some and a frustrating enigma to many others. If eating “right” and exerci
  • UNDERSTANDING MARATHON INJURIES

    Understanding Marathon Injuries By CEO Robert Forster, PT Unless you fall down and break something, the injuries you are likely to suffer from marathon training are “over-use” injuries rel
  • THE BEST AND WORST FITNESS AND DIET TRENDS FOR 2018

    Along with the New Year usually comes setting intentions that include some sort of health and fitness goal. As these intentions come and go each year, so do the fitness trends. According to recent sur
  • THE SLOW DEATH OF GYMS AND FITNESS

    The Slow Death of Gyms & Fitness >> HIRT Blog by Christian Marchegiani When did being fit become a modelling contest? Why is exercise now all about entertainment? Why are celebrities the new fitn
  • TAPERING FOR THE LA MARATHON

    Tapering For The LA Marathon: Recovery And Peak With only two weeks left before the 2016 Skechers L.A. Marathon, all competitors should now be in final preparations for race day. With the last long ru
  • JOINT PAIN, A REALITY OF LIFE?

    You wake up in the morning and limp to the bathroom, as the sore knee that use to be stiff occasionally, is now painful almost every day. You vaguely remember an injury from your high school athletic
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