Heart Rate and Longevity?
Your heart is an amazing muscle! It beats around 3 billion times in an average adults life span. The interesting statistic is that everybody gets around 3 billion beats. If you exercise, reduce your stress, eat healthy, get massages and chiropractic care you will achieve a lower heart rate. A lower heart rate will use your 3 billion beats slower and you’ll live longer! Our 8 Weeks to Wellness program combines nutrition, exercise, chiropractic care, massage and meditation to help you improve your heart health, lower your heart rate, and live a long and healthy life.
It’s back. This Saturday, October 4th we’re open from 8:00-10:00 AM. Help strengthen your heart by participating in our group fitness class. While you’re here get an adjustment and a massage. The combination of these three activities will promote health and help to lower your heart rate. Call today to schedule your appointment.
The Doctors that created the 8WW program came up with a short video, giving insights about how 8 Weeks to Wellness was designed to change your health. If you’ve heard about 8WW at Kambeitz Chiropractic, but have never been to our wellness talk, you can learn about the program. This entire program is available at Kambeitz Chiropractic Health and Wellness Center P.C.
Do you know your numbers? Are you a skinny fat person? Do you have goals, but your health is preventing you from reaching them? Give us a call to start your 8 Weeks to Wellness right away.
Life happens and sometimes it’s hard to make the time to hit the gym, or jump on the treadmill in the basement. But not doing so can by far be the worst decision that you make. This wonderful infographic compiled by tribesports.com shows how 30 minutes of exercise, five days a week can improve your long term health and well being. So what are you waiting for?!
I am very excited to finally get started with this program. This has been a dream of mine well before chiropractic school. I had a speaker at a conference I attend talk about “watch what your kids do without us as parents telling them to do an activity, what do they do for fun”. This really stuck in my mind because as a father of 3 boys I really watch what they do and I try to guide them rather than “force” them in one direction in life. This comment made me think about how being a Doctor of Chiropractic was a calling for me because it entails everything that I think about from a young boy until now. Hockey also consumes a lot of my thoughts then and now, but hockey and being an athlete help shape me into the Doctor I am today. I constantly think of the foods I am eating, I read food labels just naturally now. I think about how the dyes and processed foods are killing us. I love to work out and push myself, I love seeing people working out because I know how much it is helping there body if done with correct form. I love the aspect of quieting the mind in meditation/prayer because as a society we are bombarded daily with thoughts, approximately 60,000/ day according to Dr. Wayne Dyer. Adjustments have been a weekly habit since my days as a hockey player, If everyone knew the science behind getting adjusted it would be more common in our society. My kids are proof of how the power of the adjustment has kept them so healthy. Just today my son Dino was having a headache and the first thing I did was adjust him, make sure he was drinking water and made him something to eat then did some myotherapy… headache gone without drugs. I am not against drugs but why would you take a drug if you can help element symtoms without taking them. As you can see the reason I love this program is because I know that we will be able to help many more people. Going back to my very first point the aspects of 8ww is something I have been thinking about since I was a kid, this is not work for me, I live this program everyday of my life. Am I perfect at all aspects, NO!, but I will continue to live to my true health potential because our health is the most important asset we all have, everything revolves around our HEALTH. I can’t wait to get started. Today I was writing out my eating plan for the week, with a family of 5 you cant just wing your diet, you need to plan everthing. I cant wait for our first workout with our trainers on Tuesday. At 45, my expectation is to be in the best shape of my life.