Fitness

  • July 18, 2017

    Strobe training: A new visual tool to accelerate athletic performance

    For decades, across all activities involving an athlete reacting to a ball, the upper hand has been thought to go to the one with the fastest reaction time. Baseball players are expected to hit a ball blazing at 95 mph from about 60 feet away. A tennis player can return...

  • July 10, 2017

    Wire Mesa

    There is a sentence that is always exciting for me to say: There is a new trail in Washington County! (Followed closely by: There is a new trail anywhere in Southern Utah!) Rising another step higher on top of the Hurricane Cliffs is Gooseberry Mesa. A trail system that is a masterpiece of...

  • March 11, 2017

    BPPV Vertigo: You Really Do Have Rocks In Your Head?

    I recently had a patient come to see me for an orthopedic condition, but during her evaluation we discovered she became dizzy when she moved her head in certain directions. I learned from her that this dizziness had been going on for several years, but she had rationalized living with...

  • March 9, 2017

    Paradise Canyon

    I’m hoping that as this article reaches you, you’re enjoying a beautiful spring day, and gearing up for a ride, because as I write this in late January, we have been assaulted with wave after wave of rain and a little snow. Most trails are in no condition to ride,...

  • March 7, 2017

    Body Sculpting:  Improve Your Look Without Surgery

      It works! You can improve your body without surgery by doing SculpSure. In just 25 minutes, SculpSure destroys fat cells without need for general anesthesia or pain pills. There is no down time, no uneven skin, and no need to massage the skin after the procedure. Stubborn areas of...

  • January 1, 2017

    The Faddy Faces of Fitness

    By Hollie Reina Over the decades, “fitness” has worn many faces—and too much spandex—in an effort to help people achieve better health. From Jane Fonda workout videos to ThighMaster, and Bowflex to CrossFit, the ways we seek out physical fitness have ranged from the truly ridiculous to the revolutionary. But...

  • December 31, 2016

    Do What You Love, Forever: The making of a lifetime...

    By Tiffany Gust, BS “Age is no barrier. It’s the limit you put on your mind.” — Jackie Joyner Kersee, Olympic Gold Medalist Diane Marie Tracy practically fell out of her crib and onto the playing field of life 65 years ago. Born to parents who believed in sports as...

  • December 31, 2016

    Tips for Reaching Your Goals

    By Summit Athletic Club Staff It’s a new year—the perfect time to set new health and fitness goals! Did you know that only 8% of people keep their New Year’s goals? Here are some helpful tips to help you stick to your New Year’s fitness resolutions: Set attainable goals Setting...

  • December 31, 2016

    Going the Distance, Going for Speed Training offerings that will...

    As a new year begins, our minds naturally turn to refinement, progression, and improvement. This desire to advance is deeply rooted in human nature; for some it’s a passion—even a healthy obsession. Intermountain St. George Acceleration embodies this natural human state, and, for athletes of all abilities, provides an outlet...

  • December 7, 2016

    Kentucky Lucky Chicken

    By Jay Bartlett St. George has a new trail in town! Kentucky Lucky Chicken, or K.L.C. for brevity, and when I say in town, I mean in town. It’s situated on the top third of Webb Hill. Webb Hill, for those not in-the-know, is the anticline that juts up from the...

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