TB12 body coach has small changes you can make for overall health, wellness

Wellness is on full display at TB12 Performance and Recovery Center on Boston’s Boylston Street, where Matt Denning and several other body coaches help people of all ages reach their maximum potential.” Our youngest client is a 5-year-old little boy, and our oldest client is in their 80s, and everything in between,” Denning said. Co-founders former New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and trainer Alex Guerrero have developed a holistic approach to staying well, incorporating key pillars to staying healthy and feeling good as life speeds up around us. “A big thing, especially this time of year, is everyone going back to school, coming off of vacations. There’s a lot of stressors,” Denning said.The first and most simple way to deal with stressors is deep breathing. Another important tool to stay well is hydration. TB12 believes a good rule of thumb is drinking half your body weight in ounces of water each day.”Hydration is essential for our body, which is 75% water. Our muscle tissue is about 85% water,” Denning said.Stretching is important, even if it takes some time out of your day.”We hear that a lot. People think they don’t have enough time for it, and they don’t know why they need to do it. What we stress is pliability,” Denning said. Pliability and making sure muscles can support the demands of everyday life can be gained by taking a few minutes a day to stretch or foam roll. “We want you to be a little intuitive with it, but I would say if you can get 60 seconds per area, then it really shouldn’t take you too long throughout your day,” Denning said.Incorporating fruits and veggies in your diet can reduce inflammation and provide natural energy.” “In an ideal world, we can get everything that we need from our diet,” Denning said. If you’re looking for a holistic practice that treats a variety of issues, try acupuncture, which is believed to stimulate the central nervous system. Body coaches at TB12 say even making the smallest changes to your lifestyle can help strengthen your overall wellness and lead to an overall happier life. “It’s making sure everything from our hydration to our nutrition to our movement or our mental health is all under the same umbrella,” Denning said.

Wellness is on full display at TB12 Performance and Recovery Center on Boston’s Boylston Street, where Matt Denning and several other body coaches help people of all ages reach their maximum potential.

“Our youngest client is a 5-year-old little boy, and our oldest client is in their 80s, and everything in between,” Denning said.

Co-founders former New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and trainer Alex Guerrero have developed a holistic approach to staying well, incorporating key pillars to staying healthy and feeling good as life speeds up around us.

“A big thing, especially this time of year, is everyone going back to school, coming off of vacations. There’s a lot of stressors,” Denning said.

The first and most simple way to deal with stressors is deep breathing.

Another important tool to stay well is hydration. TB12 believes a good rule of thumb is drinking half your body weight in ounces of water each day.

“Hydration is essential for our body, which is 75% water. Our muscle tissue is about 85% water,” Denning said.

Stretching is important, even if it takes some time out of your day.

“We hear that a lot. People think they don’t have enough time for it, and they don’t know why they need to do it. What we stress is pliability,” Denning said.

Pliability and making sure muscles can support the demands of everyday life can be gained by taking a few minutes a day to stretch or foam roll.

“We want you to be a little intuitive with it, but I would say if you can get 60 seconds per area, then it really shouldn’t take you too long throughout your day,” Denning said.

Incorporating fruits and veggies in your diet can reduce inflammation and provide natural energy.

“In an ideal world, we can get everything that we need from our diet,” Denning said.

If you’re looking for a holistic practice that treats a variety of issues, try acupuncture, which is believed to stimulate the central nervous system.

Body coaches at TB12 say even making the smallest changes to your lifestyle can help strengthen your overall wellness and lead to an overall happier life.

“It’s making sure everything from our hydration to our nutrition to our movement or our mental health is all under the same umbrella,” Denning said.

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