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The Solution to Your Resolutions Zach Curry, CPT Certified Personal Trainer/Exercise Specialist January is a tough month for most of us in the Midwest. We are coming off the highs of the holidays, work is ramped up with projects for the new year, kids are back in school, and in addition to all that, we still need to find time for selfcare. For most of us, that comes in the form of a New Year’s
It’s Heart Health Month at ExercisAbilities and all across the United States.  The first American Heart Month was proclaimed by President Lyndon B. Johnson in February 1964. At that time more than half of the deaths in the US were caused by cardiovascular disease. From then on, February has been annually designated as American Heart Month. This month we will focus on all things heart healthy and that is an amazingly complex topic. Heart health
Mackenzie Distad, EP-C, BS  ACSM  Certified Exercise Physiologist/Exercise Specialist It’s Heart Month at ExercisAbilities and across the USA, a month dedicated to raising awareness about heart health. There are all kinds of heart related health topics we’ll be discussing but one of the most urgent is how to recognize the symptoms of a heart attack. The symptoms of a heart attack are different for each person, so they can be difficult to distinguish. Someone having a
ExercisAbilities is all about helping you stay healthy and fit in a safe manner adjusted to your level of ability. Afterall, what’s safe for someone recovering from a stroke is quite different from what’s safe for someone recovery from a traumatic brain injury! That’s why we’ve developed an assessment tool to match you to the fitness programs that are best suited for your level of physical and cognitive ability. First Things First — Physical and
A letter from Melanie – I am filled with hope! Happy New Year 2018! 2017 was a great year!  We had so many wonderful achievements: A move into our beautiful and spacious new building, growing programs such as our Diabetes Prevention Nutrition and Exercise Program, Healthy Lifestyles Corporate Group Wellness Education Program, the addition of a full occupational therapy and hand therapy practice, Our first Run, Walk, Roll at Ironwood Springs, new office, exercise, and