Exercise of the Month
Assisted Chin Ups – with 5 second eccentric
By controlling a 5 second lowering, the nervous system has time to recruit the maximum amount of musle fibers to be used when coming back up. If there is a sway or you go too fast, this can wrench the shoulder joint which can lead to injury and minimizes muscle recruitement.
Thank You Veterans
We especially thanks our clients at PSC that are veterans. Coach Lenny Karpinski, Craig Eyman and Phil Neldon.
Adult Group Training at PSC
Why Wait Until the New Year?
$69 Unlimited training for 1 month when you enroll in November.
Visit www.pscfit.com or call 330-487-0810 to get started!
Testimonial of the Month
Experienced, knowledgeable trainers with positive and encouraging attitudes. They can accomodate varying levels of fitness in the same class – you decide how hard you want to work. Very efficient workout!
7 Year Adult Client
Eating Fat Doesn’t Make You Fat
By Coach Maris Seitz
Fat is an essential part of the human diet. Your body’s number one source of energy at rest and during long duration, low intensity exercise is fat. Fat also plays an important role in vitamin absorption and helps to keep skin and hair healthy.
There is a difference in the types of fats present in the human diet. Fats that are termed “good” fats are monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats, and they help to reduce the risk of heart disease and lower cholesterol levels. These fats are usually liquid at room temperature and include olive and sunflower seed oils as well as nuts and fish. On the other hand, trans and saturated fats raise your LDL (bad) cholesterol and should be limited to less than 10% of total fat intake. These fats are typically solid at room temperature and include butter, cheese, cream, and fat present in animal products.
Like all foods, moderation is important in order to stay healthy and maintain a balanced diet. Fat has more calories per gram than both protein and carbohydrates (9 grams vs 4 grams), so eating too much of it can outweigh the benefits and may contribute to weight gain.
To schedule your 30 minute Nutritional Coaching session with Coach Marisa, call (330) 487-0810
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