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Quinoa Omelette Bites

Quinoa Omelette Bites

Hearty spinach, cheese and egg white quinoa bites to get your morning protein fix. A great way to start the day!

Vegetarian, Gluten free

Ingredients

1 clove Garlic

1/3 cup Spinach, fresh leaves

2 Egg whites

1 cup Quinoa, cooked

1 tsp Salt

1/2 cup Cheddar or mozzarella cheese

Exercise and Cancer Fatigue

Exercise and Cancer Fatigue

 

Everybody has experienced some sort fatigue at one time or another. Fatigue is a general symptom commonly associated with disease.  Cancer treatment-related fatigue is the most prevalent and distressing symptoms of cancer therapy. Those being treated for cancer experience a different and far more disruptive form of fatigue. Exercise interventions are being proposed to minimize fatigue in cancer treating patients. Exercise studies with cancer patients have reported the positive effects of exercise on mood, chemotherapy side effect severity, weight gain, functional ability, and quality of life.

A study conducted  by the School of Nursing at Oregon Health Sciences University and Oregon Cancer Center in Portland examined the relationship between exercise and fatigue over the first three cycles of chemotherapy in women receiving treatment for breast cancer. Seventy-two newly diagnosed women with breast cancer were instructed in a home-based moderate-intensity exercise intervention. Measures of functional ability, energy expenditure, and fatigue were obtained at baseline and post test. Subjects maintained daily records of four types of fatigue, with exercise duration, intensity, and type.

Results showed that exercise significantly reduced all four levels of fatigue. As the duration of exercise increased, the intensity of fatigue declined. There was a significant carry-over effect of exercise on fatigue, but the effect lasted only one day. The level of fatigue at study entry was not associated with number of days of exercise or amount of exercise a woman engaged in.

In conclusion, the impact of exercise on fatigue was significant. It suggests the effectiveness of a low- to moderate-intensity regular exercise program in maintaining functional ability and reducing fatigue in women with breast cancer receiving chemotherapy.

The Relationship between exercise and cancer fatigue.

Special Summer Yoga Class

 

 

Summer Yoga Classes

(Restore Classes)

Classes: T/R 11:00-12:00pm and 1:00-2:00pm

Cost:  $20/session or $80/Month (2 days per week)

The following techniques are used in the RISE Restore Classes

  • Myofascial release (Foam Rolling)
  • Static and Dynamic Stretching
  • Yoga
  • Corrective Exercises

***Space is limited, pre-enrollment is required***

This class looks to restore proper movement mechanics and functional health by combining myofascial release and stretching exercises to lengthen muscles and increase range of motion.

This class is designed for all ages and would be a great class to do with your children or significant other. Regardless of the shape you are in this class is designed to better stretch your muscles and prevent injuries, whether you are just starting a program or you are involved in an advanced workout program.

Email Fred Burnett at fred@jaxfamilysportsmed.com to register or stop in RISE @

108 Bartram Oaks Walk, Suite 103

Saint Johns, FL 32259

904-240-0442

Summer Programs

Summer Training Programs

The Center for Health and Sports Medicine is offering sports performance training locally through our RISE Wellness Programs.

Our Athletic Development programs are designed to develop athletes in all foundations of sports performance.

 

Secure Your Time & Sign Up Today!

 Each individual will receive…

-Functional movement screen and performance testing

-Strength and Power training

-Speed and Agility training

Package Price:

-3 days a week $100 per month M/W/F

-2 days a week $80 per month T/R

-$25 family discount

 

108 Bartram Oaks Walk, Suite 103

Saint Johns, FL 32259

www.jaxfamilysportsmed.com

www.RISEwellnessprograms.com

Contact:

Fred Burnett – fred@jaxfamilysportsmed.com

Creekside Running of the Knights

Creekside Running of the Knights 5K

Join Dr. Osborn and his crew of Athletic Trainers at Creekside High School for the Annual Running of the Knights 5K. It is going to be a blast. RISE will be giving away prizes throughout the evening and there will be Free Memberships awarded to the top finishers! Follow our Facebook page to stay tuned for our weekly giveaway registrations leading up to the race. We will be giving away single entry registrations as well as 1 centipede registration.

 

 

High School Sports Physicals

High School Sports Physicals

Saturday April 22nd

 

Bartram Trail High School Sports Physicals

April 22nd 1-4 pm

Creekside High School Sports Physicals

April 22nd 9-12 pm

Current Events

Current Events/Office News for April 2017

 

Run Rabbit Run – Join us on April 15th, as we are the premier sponsor for the 6th Annual Run Rabbit Run 5k. Bring the kids out for the mile Fun Run too. Enjoy a beautiful day under the sun collecting Easter eggs and entering for your chance to win some fabulous things. Don’t forget your bunny ears. Packet Pick Up will be April 14th at RISE Wellness.

 

Ultimate Tri– On April 23rd we would like to invite you to join us in encouraging our local athletes as they compete in our sponsored triathalon. RISE trainers will be there with all kinds of activities to win prizes and chances to win free memberships. Packet Pick Up will be April 14th at RISE Wellness.

 

Dr. Osborn and his trainers will be out on the fields with Creeks Lacrosse players on 4/1, 4/9 and 4/15. Come cheer on our young athletes as they compete against one another.

Join us for a Lacrosse Jamboree Tournament on April 29th and 30th

Creekside High School Sports Physicals April 22nd 9-12 pm

Bartram Trail High School Sports Physicals April 22nd 1-4pm

Recognizing a Concussion

Athlete in Me

Illustration of a brain hitting the inside of the skull

Recognizing a concussion

What is a concussion? A concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury caused by a bump, blow or jolt to the head or body that causes the head and brain to move rapidly back and forth. This sudden movement may cause the brain to bounce or twist in the skull and can create a chemical change in the brain, stretching and damaging brain cells.

Most people that experience a concussion recover well from symptoms at the time of the injury. However, there are some that can experience symptoms for days, weeks or even longer. Recovery may be slower among older adults, young children and teens. Those who have had a concussion in the past are also at a higher risk of having another one and may find that the recovery time may be more extensive.

Some symptoms of a concussion may appear right away. Others may not be noticed for days or even months after the injury. Many do not recognize or admit that they are having problems or symptoms. Others may not understand how the symptoms they are experiencing impact their daily activities.

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Habits to a Healthy Lifestyle

Habits to a Healthy Lifestyle

Changing Habits to Develop a Healthy Lifestyle

We all can admit we have habits, some good and others bad. Many of us have tried time after time to create new, better, healthy habits. Some may succeed but others fall back into the same old habits. Those that succeed may find that the key to success is creating lifestyle changes. A lifestyle change is a process that can take time and require support from the individuals around you.

Our environment may also be the deciding factor as to whether a habitual urge does or does not occur. It contributes to whether a good intention to exercise or eat healthy will overcome sedentary and poor eating habits. Modifying your environment to help disrupt current unhealthy habits is important to success. These modifications may help prevent unwanted behaviors and encourage healthy ones.

You should make an attempt to disrupt unhealthy behaviors and ultimately replace these behaviors with healthy ones. For example, the goal of decreasing sedentary activity is synonymous to increasing physical activity. When starting a new exercise program you may benefit from exercising regularly at the same time of the day to form a habit. Choose a place most convenient for you. In regards to eating healthy placing unhealthy food in an inconvenient location may make you less likely to choose that food option first.  See more examples below of modifications to help you change some of your current habits.

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Griffin Merchant

Athlete of The Month

We would like to recognize Griffin Merchant as our Athlete of the Month.

Congratulations Griffin on all your hard work! Keep it up.

Griffin is 11 years old and attends school at Patriot Oaks Academy. He currently is a wrestler for River City Wrestling and plays football with CFL Outlaws, where he is a line backer. Griffin started wrestling at the age of 7 and began competing during his first year in Michigan. Over the years he has developed a love for the sport! Griffin learned of our RISE program while playing football this past fall. He joined wanting to get in better shape for the upcoming wrestling season. Since joining RISE Griffin has improved in all aspects of his athleticism. Improving in his strength, vertical jump and agility testing. We are especially proud of his accomplishments throughout wrestling.

2016-17 Wresting

  • Record of 25-23

  • 12 medals for the season

  • Placed 3rd in the State I Own Florida Championship 2017

  • I Own Florida State Champ 2016

 

“I love my workouts. My trainers are the best, and I can feel myself getting faster and stronger all the time. Pete pushes me to do more every time, and I look forward to going every day. I asked my dad to join, and now we work out together.” – Griffin Merchant