Power

In the United States the Baby Boomer and older-adult populations are increasing at unprecedented rates. It is estimated that the U.S. population of adults over the age of 65 will double by year 2030. Once… Read More »


Sleep

Everyone is living very busy lives which is creating poor sleep habits. Despite knowing that sleep is important for optimal health, many will reduce their shut-eye to make time to do other things. Sleep deprived… Read More »


Is Breathing Necessary?

Take a deep breath. Feel your stomach fill with air like a balloon. It presses down into the pelvis. Your stomach presses out forward and out to the side. Pause, and then exhale. This is a simple, mindless… Read More »


Blood Pressure

High blood pressure or Hypertension is a widespread health problem that affects nearly 25% of the adult population in the United States. Most of us know that Hypertension increases the risk of cardiovascular disease which… Read More »


Having a hard time falling asleep, feeling easily irritable and angered?

Do you find yourself having a hard time falling asleep at night, or feel you are easily irritable and angered? Are you yelling at your spouse for leaving the garage door open, eating more, drinking… Read More »


Core Stability

“How do I tighten my core?” “How do I get my flat stomach back?” Here at YES Fitness, specializing  in coaching people 40+ we hear these questions all the time. What is “Core?” The definition… Read More »


A Portion Control Guide to Thanksgiving

Especially around the holidays people struggle with keeping their weight in check. Here are some recommended serving sizes for traditional Thanksgiving foods. Included are simple descriptive aids and tips to help you figure out how much… Read More »


Still Foggy After All These Years

Here’s the latest on some still uncertain links between diet and breast cancer. Fruits & Vegetables. Several studies have reported that women who consume more fruits and vegetables, especially ones that are rich in carotenoids… Read More »


Caffeine & the Kidney

Caffeine may help prevent kidney stones. Researchers tracked nearly 218,000 nurses and other health professionals for roughly eight years. Those who typically consumed around 350 milligrams of caffeine had a 20 to 205 percent lower… Read More »


B’s & the Brain

High doses of B vitamins aren’t likely to preserve your memory or thinking ability. Researchers examined 11 large controlled trials that gave a total of 22,000 mostly older people either a placebo or typically high… Read More »


 

Y·E·S·timonials

Diane, 68

“Best Christmas present ever! I started working out at Y.E.S. Fitness six years ago working with a coach once a week. Since then I have lost a total of 20 lbs., I am stronger than I…

Christine, 44

“Goodbye muffin top! I have lost ten pounds and two pant sizes in six months. I have ran my first 5K which I could not run before because of lack of stamina and knee problems.…

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