FOGARTY CHIROPRACTIC LIFE CLINIC

100 YEAR LIFESTYLE CHIROPRACTOR IN Rockledge, Florida 32955

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Enjoy these blog posts courtesy of the chiropractors at Fogarty Chiropractic Life Clinic in Rockledge, FL 32955

The Triune of Triathlons

The Triune of Triathlons includes the three sports of swimming, cycling, and running that create one of the most challenging and fulfilling competitions one can find. It is also one of the fastest-growing sports across the country. The key to success in triathlon is to condition your body in all three sports in order to perform at your best. Triathletes spend months of training and dialing in their nutrition leading up to the race. There is a lot of planning

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Improving Marathon Performance

Marathons are on the rise and people are striving to improve their marathon performance. If this is you or you know someone who is into extreme sports, you will love the book Born to Run by Christopher McDougall. Flying through the book because I couldn’t put it down and talking with a good friend and fellow 100 Year Lifestyle Chiropractor, Dr. Dan Traxler of Connect First Family Chiropractic in Sterling, VA, has inspired me to challenge myself with running longer

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Next Level Yoga Practice

At 14 years old I was diagnosed with scoliosis during a routine health screening at school. Throughout the years following, mid to low back pain became an ongoing issue. As a hairstylist in my twenties, standing up for hours at a time on a concrete floor with minimal support led to excruciating back pain due to the compression of the spinal vertebrae. It was during this time I realized I needed to find relief. I began my search for reprieve

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Performance Based Care

Many of the top athletes and performers in the world think, train, and use chiropractic care differently. Let’s begin with their thinking. Top athletes and performers believe that they are capable of accomplishing higher levels of success in business or athletic endeavors and they organize their life around these thoughts. They make eating decisions, training decisions and health care decisions around performing at very high levels rather than around mediocrity. Because they are committed to higher levels of performance, it

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Super Bowl, Hall of Famers, and Chiropractic

The Super Bowl is one of the biggest sporting events in the world. Many of the players who participate in the biggest game each year receive chiropractic care, including future Hall of Famer Tom Brady of the New England Patriots. In fact, players from nearly every professional sports team utilize chiropractic care to heal quickly from injuries and perform at their highest level. It is even common to see chiropractors giving adjustment on the sideline during games. Current Hall of

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Extreme Sports and Peak Performance

Extreme Athletes Expect Precision Extreme Sports are on the rise. At the gym, on the bike, in the park, up a mountain; these are all places where people push their body to extreme limits. Whether you are extreme on your own or an Ironman, triathlete, distance runner, Tough Mudder, or participate in other extreme sports, this article can help you optimize your performance. When you put extreme demands on your body, you want and need your body to respond with

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Crossfitters and Chiropractic

CrossFit is Hot CrossFit is hot and getting hotter. It has become the next big thing on the workout scene finding its way on ESPN where the CrossFit Games have aired to find the fittest people on earth. CrossFit’s philosophy is that their workouts are high-intensity functional movements, constantly varied and filled with pushups, pull-ups, jump rope, Olympic-style lifting, box jumps, running, and tractor tire flips. These workouts push the human body to achieve the next level of fitness. The

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Why Recurring Injuries Recur

Recurring injuries are annoying to athletes of all ages who want to compete at the highest level. They are also annoying to everyday people who want to enjoy the outdoors and recreational activities as well as those who just want to climb the stairs or sit at their computer without pain. Maybe they are annoying to you? If you have recurring injuries, you may have thought or asked a version of this question on more than one occasion: “Why do

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The Core of Your Core

Everyone in the fitness world is talking about the importance of a healthy core. Your core, which is the center of gravity of your body, consists of numerous muscles, organs, ligaments, nerves, and of course, your spine and pelvis. Too often a fitness professional will reference the core or abdominal area and only focus on the muscles. If you want to be healthy and have a strong core, that’s simply not enough. The muscles are only one component of your

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Stress Less Fitness Tips

These five Stress Less Fitness tips will lessen your Stress and allow you to Live More. There is an acronym for Fitness in The 100 Year Lifestyle that will ensure you Stress Less, Live More, stay healthy and on top of your game. The acronym takes the word Fitness and uses the N2ESS as follows: N: Neurology – Stress is a nervous system reaction that can affect your entire body. Your brain and nervous system control and coordinate everything: your heart,

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