Feeling more than a little discouraged in the aftermath of your latest holiday overindulgence – the Thanksgiving feast? You’re not alone in feeling that way, but that’s not the best news.
While you can expect December to be just as, if not more challenging to your diet and fitness goals, the best news is there are easy strategies you can adopt to ensure you make it to January – and beyond – without developing a snowman-sized waistline. Here are three ways to enjoy the holidays without abandoning your healthy mission.
1. Stick to it:With increasing opportunities to do anything except schedule a trip to the gym, it’s too easy to tell yourself, “I’ll take December off and then get back on track in 2014.” Tempting, but for too many people, that month-long “break” becomes a way of life that bleeds well into the new year.Read More
Dr. A in Columbia, South America
Dr. A recently accompanied a USATF National Team to the Jr. Pan American Games down in Medellin, Columbia, South America. A member of the United States Track and Field (USATF) Medical Staff for many years now, he has been appointed to several national teams including one US Olympic Team and two World Championship Teams.
Jr. Pan Ams were created to give up and rising Pan American athletes an opportunity to experience what it’s like to participate for their nation on a national stage. Most athletes were in their first two years of college and from 19 to 23 years of age. ACC fans should be proud to know that it was well represented at the Games with two athletes from North Carolina State University, one from UNC Chapel Hill and one from Duke.
Hockey player scores with sports chiropractic
Chiropractic techniques are proving to be effective in treating sports injuries. Former NHLer Gary Roberts would agree
By: Special to The Star Published on Fri Sep 06 2013
Thirty years old at the time and a left winger for the Calgary Flames, Roberts suffered a neck injury that left him with severe nerve damage and numbness in his arms. Repeated surgeries and rehab had little effect.