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new book authored By Dr Trosclair

Posted by on Apr 25, 2017 in book, exercise, headache, nutrition, obesity, weightloss | Comments Off on new book authored By Dr Trosclair

Improve your health, one step at a time! We all want to be healthy. We all want to avoid nasty diseases which will slow us down or even prematurely end our lives, but most of us tend to look for the quick fix.  Fad diets, crash exercise courses and all manner of crazy weight loss programs mean that people may feel better in the short term, but are unable to maintain it. Now, with Today’s Choices, Tomorrow’s Health: Small Steps to Improve Health, Food Choices and Exercise, there is a book which revolutionizes the way you should be approaching your wellbeing. Divided into three sections, the book examines the three things which are the keys to good health: • Our overall health • Eating the right foods • Making sure you exercise Complete with 12 Health Hacks, plus 11...

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Make This Simple Change In Your Exercise For Better Results

Posted by on Aug 24, 2016 in athlete, exercise, recovery | Comments Off on Make This Simple Change In Your Exercise For Better Results

Gradually increasing the intensity of your workout as you become conditioned Lactic acid doesn’t stay around long and it has nothing to do with muscle soreness.    Have you ever heard this misguided advice about exercise: “Don’t exercise too hard. Lactic acid will build up and cause a burning sensation in your muscles. Too much of it will ruin your workout.”   Well … laboratory science has finally caught up with what I learned in the gym years ago. You need to generate, not avoid, lactic acid during a good workout.   Research by Dr. George Brooks at the University of California at Berkeley showed that your mitochondria (the energy factories in your muscle cells) absorb and use lactic acid as fuel. Lactic acid doesn’t stay around long and it has nothing to do with muscle soreness.   Lactic acid doesn’t...

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When is the best time to exercise?

Posted by on Jun 24, 2015 in athlete, benefits, exercise, sleep | Comments Off on When is the best time to exercise?

Have you ever wondered what time of the day you should exercise? different times of the day accomplishes different benefits, like mood and sleep. Dr. Justin Trosclair dc Serving Arnaudville, Breaux Bridge, Cecilia, Parks, and St. Martinville Have you ever wondered what time of the day you should exercise?  Believe it or not, working out at different times of the day accomplishes different benefits. working out at different times of the day accomplishes different Click To Tweet Here is a list of benefits from exercising in the morning and exercising in the  afternoon: ================== MORNING BENEFITS: ================== * More likely to stick to your exercise routine * Better moods and less tension throughout the day * Better mind-set for food intake * Improvements in sleep patterns and cognitive function ==================== AFTERNOON BENEFITS: ==================== * Less chance of injury *...

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New study shows compression good for post exercise recovery

Posted by on Jun 11, 2015 in athlete, exercise, research | Comments Off on New study shows compression good for post exercise recovery

Compression is effective as a post-exercise recovery Helps keep the swelling down Compression is effective as a post-exercise recovery  Compression is effective as a post-exercise recovery. Click To Tweet measure, says Daniel Cipriani, an associate professor of physical therapy at Chapman University in Orange, Calif. “Because it helps to keep down some of the swelling that occurs with all the blood flow,” he says.   read the article at the link below http://www.kpbs.org/news/2015/mar/30/compression-clothing-not-the-magic-bullet-for/ Serving Arnaudville, Breaux Bridge, Cecilia, Parks, Lafayette, and St....

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The 80/20 Principle

Posted by on May 11, 2015 in adjustment, exercise, instrument adjusting, maintenance | Comments Off on The 80/20 Principle

The 80/20 principle can be applied to everything Be pro-active and take medicine as last resort like the 20% believe Have you ever heard of the 80/20 principle?  It’s actually Pareto’s principle, named after the man who came up with it. The 80/20 principle states that while 80% of a population is doing one thing, 20% of the population is doing something differently. The 80% is the herd, and the 20% are the leaders, the innovators, and the people who are able to think for themselves. For example, 80% of this country believes our health care system is great and there are no problems with it.  Unfortunately, the statistics show they are living an illusion and are not living in ‘reality’. 20% of this country knows our health care system is failing and they seek out other treatments besides...

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Habit #3: The Habit of Regular Exercise

Posted by on Jan 6, 2015 in exercise, misalignments subluxation, sleep | Comments Off on Habit #3: The Habit of Regular Exercise

With so many negative effects to not exercise, least of which is weight gain, The benefits like better sleep and attitude can hopefully motivate you to start being more active Again, we all know that exercise is important. I know that you know it would be extremely beneficial if you exercised on a regular basis. If we all know that exercise is such a great thing to do, then the million dollar question is, then why don’t we do it? Are we really too busy to take care of ourselves?  Some say yes, but that’s not the correct answer. “Saying You Are Too Busy To Keep Yourself Healthy Is Like Saying You Are Too Busy Driving On The Highway To Pull Over For Gas.” If you are driving on the highway, at some point you will have to pull...

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