Sunday, July 25, 2010


This young woman contacted us for a core training routine after she had been told by her Doctors and Neurologist that if she did not start strength training, she would be in a wheel chair or walking with a walker in 6 months. Below is her video story as documented by her team of Doctors using the UPDRS Parkinson's test. She is now back out golfing! She is a champion and an inspiration to us all!

PLEASE, Help us find researchers interested in "Gait and Balance Studies."  Contact information is below to confirm what you see here.

LeeAnn L.:  Age 42

I was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease in 2000 at the age of 36

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Get The Most Out of Your ABdominal Workouts

ab-inforcer, abenforcer, exercise, food coach

July 2nd, 2010: LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Sit-ups and crunches are great ways to workout abdominal muscles, but if you're doing them wrong, you're wasting your time.
At first glance, it appears to be something you'd order on late night TV, yet the AB-Inforcer might surprise you. It claims to guide your movements so you're not wasting your time in the gym.
"It's a generic orthotic for the spine and it uses light, sound and vibration to let you know if you're doing your core exercises properly," explained Lee Brandon, the creator of the AB-Inforcer.
Brandon says it can stretch, strengthen and rehabilitate your body's core using sensory cues.