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Training sessions for the Eat Well Live Well Challenge, a results-focused wellness challenge provided by the Wellness Institute of Greater Buffalo and Wegmans Markets, will take place from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, Feb. 1 and Friday, Feb. 15 at the Wegmans store located at 5275 Sheridan Drive, Williamsville. A complimentary healthy continental breakfast will be served.
The end of December saw some significant snow accumulations throughout Western New York. So, are you feeling some aches and pains associated with shoveling snow or pushing your snowblower?
Generally speaking, it is beneficial to use the R-I-C-E strategy — Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation — after suffering an injury such as spraining your ankle or wrenching your back, according to physical therapists Anthony Goode and Jeff Kirchmyer, co-owners of ProActive Sports Rehab in Hamburg and Orchard Park.
Free Information sessions for employers or community organizations interested in participating in the Eat Well Live Well Challenge will take place from 9 to 10 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 8 and Thursday, Jan. 17 in the corporate office conference room at the Wegmans store located at 651 Dick Road, Depew.
The nonprofit Wellness Institute of Greater Buffalo is inviting Western New York employers and organizations to make a New Year “healthy choices resolution” by participating in the annual Eat Well Live Well Challenge. This results-focused wellness Challenge, provided by Wegmans Markets, empowers participants by increasing physical activity and making better nutrition choices.
Aside from playing in the NFL, there’s something else that professional athletes such as Matt Schaub, Ronnie Brown, Kevin Jones, Dwight Freeney, Darren McFadden, Santonio Holmes, Cedric Benson and Ryan Kalil all have in common. All have suffered from a midfoot ailment with a strange name — Lisfranc injury.
Not a week goes by when we don’t hear news reports of an athlete suffering a serious concussion. This past Sunday it happened to no fewer than three well-known NFL quarterbacks — Jay Cutler, Alex Smith and Michael Vick. But concussions aren’t limited to America’s playing fields. They can happen as a result of a car accident, a fall or any number of reasons.
Like so many other causes and professions, physical therapy has its own month to be recognized, and that month happens to be October. But what is physical therapy, and what can you expect when you enter a physical therapy office?
Jeff Kirchmyer, co-owner of ProActive Sports Rehab in Orchard Park and Hamburg along with fellow physical therapist Anthony Goode, offers the following explanation.
U.S. Commerce Association’s Award Plaque Honors the Achievement
NEW YORK, NY, December 7, 2011 -- Made 2 Move Fitness has been selected for the 2011 Best of Getzville Award in the Personal Trainers category by the U.S. Commerce Association (USCA).
Growing up, my brother and I competed in everything; sports, school, you name it, we both fought to be the best, but this is one thing I think I’ll let my brother keep for himself.
My brother, Joseph Wilkie, a graduate of Cardinal O’Hara High School and currently studying Physical and Health Education at Canisius College, just set the world record for the longest distance walked underwater; walking 73.643 meters (241.61 feet), breaking the former record of 50 meters.
I have been actively involved in the fitness industry since 1986 and I am currently the owner of Bodies 2 Envy Fitness Studios in Vaughan, Ontario 416 834 1701.
Over the past several years I have helped many fitness facilities in the greater Toronto area not only set up personal training and group programs, but also to design and set up the fitness facility from the ground up.