Now that summer is officially here, so are the new Saucony Run Pop shoes. These fun and colorful shoes are coming to EXMI soon! We will have the Ride, Guide, Triumph and Kinvara in these limited colors...stay tuned to find out when they will be in stock!
On Friday, June 18th, Lakeshore PAWS will be hosting their annual Pup Crawl at Valparaiso’s Central Park Plaza. This year’s fun-filled celebration of our 4-legged friends begins at 5:00pm and will last until 10:00pm.
Today’s demand on our student athletes increases the need for them to be ready for competition throughout the year. For this reason, we have developed our premier IMPACT TRAINING CAMP for Spring 2016.
Community Hospital Fitness Pointe Members Row, Row, Row Their Way Into First Place Again, Seventh Consecutive Time in World Challenge
For a seventh consecutive year, members of the Community Hospital Fitness Pointe® team have been named champions of the World Rowing competition. Overall the team placed first, this time rowing a whopping 25,793,808 meters, beating out 56 other international teams entered in the Health/Fitness division.
Saturday May 14, 2016 kicked off the fourth race in the Explore Duneland series at Dune Acres. Racers bundled up in their gloves, coats, and scarves as they approached the starting line to brave the colder than normal May temperatures. Both children and adults came together in good spirits to partake in this exciting race.
Whether your child is currently running or wants to have a fun introduction to running, the EXMI coaches will create a training program for all ability levels. Our #1 Goal is that everyone has a FUN, POSITIVE experience to running.
It’s slowly getting warmer in NWI, and summer will soon hit. This means long days, humidity, and random weather fluctuations. But we do know one thing about summers in Indiana: they’re hot. So what can people in the running/cycling/outdoor workout enthusiast community do to stay cool?
The roller coaster weather has been challenging for many local walkers/runners the past few weeks as gloves and hats have had to stay out versus tank tops and shorts. Have no fear, it will be here soon! We are thinking about it too as we get ready for our 7 Weeks of Summer Series and the 1 Mile Challenge. Check out the details below and see you soon!
Iliotibial band syndrome is a very common injury among runners. If it is diagnosed early and treatment commences immediately the chances of it becoming a chronic condition are reduced. It responds very well to chiropractic since it involves the pelvis and related muscles. When pelvic mechanics are not functioning properly the muscle don’t work efficiently which hinders flexibility and mobility. This can lead to tight muscles which may inhibit motion and cause pain. Chiropractic adjustments have been proven to help with the condition.