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Iron without stomach upset

In the United States, it’s estimated that 35% of women under 50 are iron-deficient. Fatigue, muscle weakness upon exertion, heart palpitations, decreased focus, and an inability to stay warm are some of the most common symptoms. The problem is, for many women taking an iron supplement is just not worth it. Traditional iron supplements are...

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The unparalleled fitness model found at MaxStrength Fitness is helping busy professionals reclaim their health

What’s the number one personality trait linked to longevity? According to personality psychology professor David Watson, it’s conscientiousness, having a sense of discipline and organization. “People with high degrees of conscientiousness are better at taking care of themselves,” he says. “Conscientious people don’t do stupid...

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Here’s how Higher Heights Fitness is helping runners up their race game

According to RunRepeat, about 1.1 million runners finish a marathon each year, which translates to .01% of the global population. Preparing to put your body and mind to the ultimate test of 26.2 miles requires next-level physical and mental fortitude. As a trainer known for walking the talk—well, he actually runs it—Kyle Hotz and...

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At OsteoStrong Strongsville, members are eliminating pain and improving bone strength without breaking a sweat

To celebrate Osteoporosis Awareness & Prevention Month, as well as its one-year anniversary, the team at OsteoStrong Strongsville is offering a complimentary session and throwing an open house. “One in two women and one in four men will suffer from osteopenia or osteoporosis in their lifetime,” says Karen Docherty, who along with her...

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Forget the foot pain associated with running. Dr. Danielle Shaper of Finesse Footcare offers these tips and a revolutionary remedy to help keep you moving

As a big proponent of daily exercise, podiatrist Dr. Danielle Shaper of Finesse Footcare does everything possible to keep her patients walking, running and hiking. “The body of research related to the short- and long-term benefits of exercise is overwhelmingly positive, from stronger bones, muscles and joints; to lower risk for obesity,...

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