Personally, I've always been with impressed with Coaches or Trainers or Leaders of any type who can not only say "Do as I Say" but can roll up their sleeves or lace up their cleats and say "Do As I Do!" Master Coach, Eddie Willingham is an example of this. Today we got his wise words on the importance of preparation before the intense type of activity he takes his clients through! - a.d. Master Trainer, Coach Eddie Willingham of IProvide Fitness Some of your DB and Receiver D
Soccer is a physically demanding sport, with the speed and fierceness of the modern game only exacerbating post-game recovery. There are many ways to help the body recover, one of which is through rehydration, which we previously discussed on iON Performance Care. In today’s fast paced game, however, professional teams demand a lot from their players and expect them to be in top shape. So without further ado, here are how three professional soccer players recover after a toug
We recently had an opportunity to speak with Dr. Sheyi Ojofeitimi, DPT, OCS, CFMT, CIDN of Synthesis Physical Therapy. As therapist for the acclaimed company, Alvin Ailey, Dr. Ojofeitimi has a quite intriguing career as a practitioner who cares for what she calls the "stepchild of athletics" the professional dancer. She is inspired to help dancers view themselves as athletes and care for their bodies to help them perform better and live better in the long run. What first insp
As part of our thoughts on resolutions and goal setting, we wanted to ask pro's like Physical Therapist, Dr. Phil Lombardo, DPT about how to maintain resolve! New Year’s Resolutions? No! You’re more than that… YES, it’s March. Spring is in the air! And it's time to check in on those New Year’s resolutions. How are they going for you? Oh, they’re not working? Shocker! As much as everyone is still participating with them, it’s becoming mainstream knowledge that they just D
So...it's going on a month into 2018 and for many the Resolutions may be starting to run out of steam...or even more unfortunate, the aches and pains of pushing a little too hard too fast! I've asked a few of my fitness friends to share some insight on how they recommend being smart about resolutions. The first is with my friend, Danielle Bogaty of Bodywell by Danielle! - A.D. Welcoming in 2018 and the New Year, without a doubt for most people, brings up the word RESOLUTION.
We recently had an awesome opportunity to link up with Athletic Trainer, David Peele of Velocity Sports NYC. We are inspired by his story of evolving his life-long love of sports into a career he loves! I’ve been a fan of sports for a while, but I’ve always loved science since 7th grade and I knew if I ever wanted to do something as a career it had to revolve around science. In College, I decided to major in Pharmacy. The only thing was, after seeing one of my roommates alre
New York born world class track athlete and member of the Puerto Rico National Team, Pariis Garciia shares her love for the land of her roots. My name is Pariis Garcia. I am 22 years old and I run for the Puerto Rican Athletics national team. I first competed for Puerto Rico during my junior year of college in 2015. It was also the year I began to notice great potential in myself as a track and field athlete. After winning the 2015 Big East Conference Championship in the 400m
It’s Monday… It’s one of the toughest days of the week. You already know that your weight room session is going to be tough with squats. On top of that, you know that your track coach wants you to do those repeat 500s, which you have been dreading to do all season. We all know it has to get done to be the best! Olivia Ekpone is a professional track athlete who works hard and knows the importance of preparation and recovery. So how do we recover sore muscles from those tough d