FIT Bodywrap

Tips For Muscle Recovery

Before resolving to change a sedentary lifestyle into an active one it is important to know tips for muscle recovery. Beginning an exercise routine requires a commitment to consistency. Choosing what kind and how much physical activity is essential to being able to fulfill the exercise goals. Muscles that are...

The Results Are in: Exercise Increases Life Expectancy

Three long-term studies have recently concluded concerning the effects of exercise on increased life expectancy. The three most recently released studies took a long term look at the effects of exercise on healthy living. Each of these three studies enrolled thousands and even hundreds of thousands of people for years....

Infrared Sauna and Anti-Aging

Since the beginning of recorded history humans have discussed and searched for methods to reversing the aging process. The quest to stop the aging process includes searching for an elusive fountain of youth, meditation, religious ceremonies, elixirs, potions, herbs, medical concoctions, lotions, and salves. In the 21st century scientific and...

The Detox Buzz

The word “detox” has become popular on the label of health-related products. It is a sound good term that makes users think that they are accomplishing something healthy for their minds, bodies and souls. There is no doubt that detoxing the body of pollutants, chemicals, heavy metals and the remnants...

Pain Relief and Heat

Pain comes in many forms which can be categorized as acute or chronic. As the world turns its attention to non-pharmaceutical pain relief methods, cold and heat are making a comeback. A quick although not all-inclusive rule in chilling or heating pain is that acute pain is treated with cold...

Workout Muscle Recovery

Exercise is a vital part of healthy living. Medical research points to exercise as a key to a longer healthier life. A workout that includes getting the heart rate up is known to be effective in reducing overall blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, many types of cancer, depression,...

3 Reasons Infrared Should be Part of Your Fitness Routine

There are oodles of ways to stay active and fit. For instance, some are gym-goers, rock climbers, hikers, or dancers, while others are runners, basketball players, weight-lifters, cyclists and much more. What do all of these athletes have in common? A consistent routine. Another commonality between the active people listed...

Infrared Heat for Workout Recovery

Have you ever taken your workout to the next level? Practiced a sport for hours or hit the gym a bit harder than usual? If you have, we are willing to bet you've experienced soreness in your body. Many notice delayed-onset muscle soreness, muscle fatigue, or aches or pains after a...

The Right Way to Stretch

Let’s be honest, we put our bodies through a quite a bit each day. We jostle them out of bed in the morning, rush them to work, feed them a few (hopefully healthy) meals and then push them to their limits by exercising or running errands after a long day...

Infrared Heat for Athletes

Why do professional athletes, runners, cyclists, wrestlers, MMA fighters and fitness enthusiasts participate in frequent infrared sessions? Because increased blood flow, improved circulation, detoxification, weight management, skin rejuvenation, relaxation, pain relief, enhanced sleep and boosted energy are all benefits infrared exposure can provide. For athletes and wellness seekers, physical fitness...