That is the question---during two key times---when you're sick, and when you're dealing with a minor injury. Being that it's February, the flu has run rampant through many parts of Montana, and that I just had to deal with this question personally, today I'm going to focus on the question dealing with sickness: "When should … Continue reading To Train, or not to Train?
Your Exercise Specialist is human. Like many of my fellow Montanans, I was beginning to feel like I was living somewhere more like Seattle or Portland, after weeks upon weeks of rain and gloom. To make matters worse, it seemed the cycles of rainy stationary fronts would always arrive right around the beginning of the … Continue reading The Dreaded DOMS
One of our annual Montana Moves challenges asks you to create your goals for the year. These goals could be personal, professional, or wellness related. (If you haven't done so yet, this challenge runs until March 4th.) Every January, I must admit I get the most excited to write down my athletic goals for the year. … Continue reading Thinking like a coach
Eposode 11: Recorded February 5th. Neal and Cristin share their favorite goofy movies, which naturally leads into a conversation about exercise intensity. Happy American Heart Month! For further insight into this week's Wellchat, check out this clip. The Montana Moves & Meals Wellchat is available on Itunes podcasts! Subscribe and take us with you for a … Continue reading Wellchat Episode 11: These Go to Eleven
"I'm always training for something." My dad told me that when he played sports as a child and adolescent, there were four distinct seasons: football, basketball, track, and baseball. He, and many of his peers, played all four all the way through high-school. The sports just changed with the seasons. These days, this kind of … Continue reading Training Seasons