HIIT is not any specific exercise, rather, it is a technique. HIIT stands for High-Intensity Interval Training combining short bursts of exercise at a high intensity followed by short periods of active recovery. Research has found that this type of exercise provides you with more health benefits than many other forms of exercising.
One study showed that 73% of people restored blood pressure to normal using a HIIT training method for just 2 months and 24 exercise sessions. There was a significant reduction in systolic blood pressure from an average of 145.4 (± 9.0) to 118.3 (± 15.6) mm Hg.
The endothelium is a very thin membrane that lines the inside of your heart and blood vessels. The cells in this membrane release a variety of substances that control how your blood vessels relax and contract. HIIT improves endothelial function by creating greater flexibility in your arteries thus reducing the stiffness in your arterial walls. Stiff/narrow artery walls can lead to increased blood pressure.
Burn more body fat
Lowers Blood Pressure
Reduces resting heart rate
More effective oxygen utilization
Reduced training time
Ask our trainers how to add a HIIT style workout into your exercise routine!
Source: Functional Medicine University, functionalmedicineuniversity.com
I am looking for people that want to join me for a 6 am workout Tuesdays and Thursdays. Today was day one. I have found over the years is you can work out on your own, but it is much more fun and rewarding working out with a group.
Working out with one of our great trainers will make sure we are using good form and technique and push us a little harder than we would on our own. If you are interested please call the clinic and let them know you want to be part of this group. It doesn’t matter what your fitness level is. The main objective is to have fun and try to be the healthiest you can be, WE can be.
If you want to chat with me about these workouts, call the clinic 303-790-6000.
On Saturday, August 7th, 2021 some KCHWC staff and a few spouses made the trek to summit Mt. Bierstadt, a 14er in the Front Range Mountains of Colorado.
This was Dr. Kambeitz’ first 14er summit, “They call this one an ‘easy’ 14er but we were all feeling it. Great fun with great people!”
If you’re aiming to hike your first fourteener, your 50th, or another big athletic effort, let our team help your prepare with the adjustments, training, massage and muscle work, stretching, and nutrition to get you there. Ask about clinic services at 303-790-6000.
Congrats to Juanita who completed the 8 weeks to wellness (8WW) program at Kambeitz Chiropractic Health and Wellness Center in July 2021. She shares about her 8WW wins and her favorite clinic services.
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Congrats to Marlys who completed the 8 weeks to wellness (8WW) program in 2021 at Kambeitz Chiropractic Health and Wellness Center in 2021. She shares about how chiropractic adjustments helped relieve her of persistent headaches, how program components including myofascial release therapy, massage, nutrition, and exercise program helped her achieve both weight loss goals and improvements to her overall health and wellness.
Congrats to Lorrie who completed the 8 weeks to wellness (8WW) program at Kambeitz Chiropractic Health and Wellness Center in 2021. She shares about how 8WW helped her feel better with the support of the clinic staff through chiropractic, exercise, healthy lifestyle choices and more.
Jack participated in the 8 weeks to wellness (8WW) program at Kambeitz Chiropractic Health and Wellness Center in 2020. He shares about what he learned and personal gains by participating in 8WW. We don’t call 8WW a diet program because it’s more than that – it’s a program to help you develop the habits + food and exercise decisions to support an active and healthy lifestyle.
This year above all others we are pleased to announce our annual Christmas Toy Drive. We will be donating toys collected in our 22nd annual toy drive to local restaurant staff. This industry has been hit hard by COVID-19 restrictions and many restaurant employees have been laid off. Your toy donations will help these needy families put presents under their Christmas trees this year.
We are accepting new toy donations from Saturday, December 5th through Saturday, December 12th.
Thank you for your generous donations and we’ll see you in the office.