National Pre-School Fitness Day

Preschool is a very exciting time for kids. Kids finally get a chance to make friends, socialize and play on the playground. This is an important time in a child’s life, not only socially but physically. Believe it or not starting physical fitness this young is a great way to ensure your child stays healthy long term.  Childhood obesity is a big concern in the … Continue reading   National Pre-School Fitness Day


Overexercising with Big Ron Jones. Thinking of skipping rest day? Maybe reconsider! Around this time of year many people start prioritizing (or re-prioritizing) their health, however it is easy to get over eager with your gym sessions or morning runs. We welcomed Big Ron Jones back to discuss overexercising and its effects on the average person, as well as how to properly heal from over-doing … Continue reading Overexercising

American Top Team

A MMA & BJJ Culture The everyday person often associates Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) as being a man’s barbaric sport with well-known UFC fighters like Connor McGregor, but everyday women, men and children all over the world are part of the culture of MMA.  Mixed Martial Arts combines different forms of training including Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ), kickboxing, grappling, boxing and wrestling. It has become a … Continue reading American Top Team

Mediterranean Diet + Recipes

Written by: Domonique Whitehurst What is the Mediterranean Diet?Discovered around the 1950s, the Mediterranean diet’s purpose is to provide sustainable nutrients for the heart. During this time heart disease in Mediterranean countries was significantly lower when compared to the United States. On setting this heart-healthy eating plan. The Mediterranean diet is based on the eating styles of countries like Greece, Italy, and others that surround … Continue reading Mediterranean Diet + Recipes