Searching for the Safest Six-Pack!

Over the years, the methods and strategies to acquire those desired six-pack abs have changed. If you’re striving for that photoshoot ready six-pack, there is a great deal of commitment required in terms of both training consistency as well as nutrition.  ...

Improving Your Recovery to Improve Performance

  I learned about the four human performance categories (mindset, movement nutrition and recovery) while I was at EXOS in Phoenix, Arizona. Of the four, recovery is most often neglected and I believe that paying more attention to your recovery could have a bigger...

Food Is Fuel

Click here to listen to Sheila speak about this topic on the Jon McComb show. Let’s stop using the words “nutrition” and “diet” and start thinking of food as fuel. What you put into your body counts, so make sure that the quality and...

Your Hips and the Backside of Your Core…”The Rearview!”

  The posterior muscles that form the shape of your butt are known as the glutes.  You can call your backside or rearview many things including booty, keister, derriere, tush, fanny, etc., but don’t forget to think about it truly being the backside of your core. ...
Unlocking the Ankle

Unlocking the Ankle

It’s an unfortunate fact, but most of us have experienced the unpleasant sensation of rolling an ankle. In fact, ankle sprains are the most common musculoskeletal injuries seen by health care practitioners worldwide (1,2). So what makes ankle sprains so frequent?...
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