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Individual Capabilities Affecting Balance and Mobility

Many different individual capabilities can affect balance and mobility skills, including cognition (can you maintain attention on the environment you are moving about in?), muscular strength (can you lift that heavy bag of groceries?), muscular power (can you rise from a chair quickly?), flexibility (can you easily pull a shirt off over your head?), overall fitness level (can you walk several blocks with ease?), and sensory loss (do you have reduced sensation in your feet?).  Copyright 2012, K-FitPro

Home Sweet Home

I've finally made it back to the great state of Texas after nearly 15 years!  I'm excited to be the in Copperas Cove/Killeen/Harker Heights area and to bring my fitness experience to light with the local residents here.  I'm looking forward to kicking off an outdoor boot camp at local park and recreation areas and getting some one on one training with those who seek a little more personal attention.  Keep your eyes peeled for future advertising on times and locations.  I look forward to serving you and helping you get your fitness groove back!

Weakness not an option

Weakness in anothers can be contagious. What others may have said or done or failed to do cannot be changed now. What you can do now is to begin moving beyond it, with positive action. In the end it opens the door to bigger and better things for you. 

Inspiration for today- Tell me this doesn't make you smile!

"What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us."-Ralph Waldo Emerson

BuffMother ~ Snake Slayer!

BuffMother~ SNAKE SLAYER!!Posted in Blog, Goal Setting (POA) by Michelle Berger

You can't save someone if they won't save theirself

 

No Whiners!

 

Don't miss out on Body Fat/Composition Testing - http://betterf.ly/sNPZU2

Don't miss out on this: Body Fat/Composition Testing -

The National Posture Institute (NPI) Hosting a Posture Workshop in (Atlanta, GA-July 26 2012)-Earn CECs/CEUs

The National Posture Institute (NPI) will be hosting a 1-day CEC workshop titled, “Posture Analysis and Correction” in Atlanta, GA (TH-July 26, 2012). The workshop will be held at 10:00 am-6:00 pm. Learn More: National Posture Institute (NPI) Onsite CEC Posture Workshops 

Your body's Composition is Primarily H20

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