Training to Get You Snowboard Ready November 26, 2014 | Billy Polson, Founder & Owner
We’re Launching GO INDY! BIZ TIPS November 21, 2014 | Gina Gutierrez, Associate Partner + GM
5 Breathtaking Hikes in the Bay Area November 7, 2014 | Andrew Speros
What Do You Really Want? October 15, 2014 | Pooja Dang
Find Your Fit Program September 19, 2014 | DIAKADI
There have been numerous reports that we have a ghost at DIAKADI. Seriously…Most of the staff is certain of the fact. Some of the trainers and even a couple of clients have had a run in with the ghost named “Doris” by front desk staff and trainer Cristian Luecke.
Not usually a believer in the hocus pocus spirit world mumbo jumbo, Cristian has felt a female spirit presence numerous times and even once saw a female form out of the corner of his eye at 9:45pm…yes, he remembers the exact time.
“As I was at the front windows of the gym, out of the corner of my eye, I saw a female form dressed in a 1920’s era dress with blood on her apron. The first time she walked from the Consultation room around the bike parking and into the Trainer Lounge area. Since it was a “comforting” presence and I couldn’t believe what I saw, I went about my business. It wasn’t until I saw her AGAIN walking along the same path, that I got spooked. The gym was closed and no one else was inside. That is when I knew there was a ghost, and I named her Doris.”
Since many of us carry our tension in our backs, you might be feeling a little extra tense this week, and we totally understand. With work conferences, Giants games, construction, and public transit delays, who wouldn’t be feeling a little extra tight? But don’t worry, we’ve got your back!
If you suffer from the occasional upper back tightness that many of us do, look no further. In this week’s Quick Tip, Jenny shows us a simple way to use the foam roller to release tension in the muscles of the upper back.
DIAKADI trainer Sean Mapoles will be introducing his new organic supplement, Red Revive, to DIAKADI in November! Stop by to say hi and test his anabolic nitro boosting creation!
- Date: Wednesday November 5th
- Time: 7-10am
- Location: DIAKADI
As a sleep researcher and sleep educator, the most common question I get is, “How do I know how much sleep I need?” It’s a tricky question because the benefits of sleep are only partially determined by sleep duration. When people ask this question, what they really mean is, “What are the things I need to do in order for me to get all the physiological and behavioral benefits of a perfectly managed sleep-wake practice?” This article will help you answer that question, and one component of that question is understanding how much time you need to spend in bed per night. First, we need to review important fundamentals of sleep and wake regulation, otherwise the guidance here won’t make much sense.
1. Practice Forming Healthy Habits
There are two ways to adopt new behaviors: increase motivation or decrease the barrier for entry. In fitness, attempting to increase motivation is the predominant form of behavioral modification, and most often through “negative incentivizing.” Have you ever been pressured or guilt tripped for not training hard enough? I certainly have.
You work hard. You hustle. You put your passion and soul into your client’s success and well-being. But you are still scraping by to make ends meet working over 60 hours a week as a fitness professional. You are tired, burnt out, and losing momentum. Time to switch up your game plan. Time to realize your worth, your product, and your specialized niche. Time to maximize your productivity, free your schedule, and gain back the powers that will allow you to take your career to the next level and make a 6-figure income.