With the holidays here, now is the perfect time to ask for a gift that is both fun and gets you in shape. It is not necessary to pay high gym fees every month, and a huge complaint about treadmills and stationary bikes is the lack of scenery. A great alternative for those of you who need some entertainment and prefer to stay home is a video game that gets…
Posts by Matt Stark
I hold my Doctorate in Physical Therapy from UCSF/SFSU and am currently working in an outpatient setting, treating various types of orthopedic injuries. I also work as a personal trainer helping people to achieve their goals of weight loss and improved strength. It is my goal to help people live an active lifestyle, return to function, and excel at their sport.
I am an avid snowboarder, runner, and weight lifter. I also have an obsession with music. I try to get outside as often as possible and live life as hard as I can.
Winter is quickly approaching and now is the time to get in shape for your favorite winter sport. Not only will training and preparation allow you to enhance performance and perform longer, you will be less likely to incur an injury. Consistent exercise will definitely prove beneficial, but to maximize your accomplishments on the slopes, consider varying your routine to include exercises from the following categories.
Aerobic Exercise (Cardio)