I had tried everything to get my cholesterol down including a vegetarian diet and Lipitor. Nothing worked except maybe the Lipitor which made me sick so that wasn’t an option. You suggested cutting the carbs. So, while I wouldn’t say I’m on a low carb diet, I reduced my breads, sweets, and wine, and dropped my total count almost 50 points and my LDL by ~40. Not a bad start. Thought I’d share my N=1 experience. Thanks for the suggestion.
So, honestly… I’m in amazement. I did push-ups last night and was so excited to do them pain free that I just kept doing them. I did another 20 this morning to make sure I wasn’t crazy. Granted, I’m still modifying them because I’m probably still scared to put full weight on it, HOWEVER I haven’t been able to get as low as I did last night in at least 3 or 4 years. THANK YOU, Sheri!
I lived for years with shoulder pain from a couple of frozen shoulders caused by my line of work. Never really being a ‘pill guy’, I figured I would just live with the pain. That was until my wife introduced me to Sheri.
From her kind demeanor to her caring personality, and from her impeccable professionalism to her attention to detail through the personalization of my massage to fit my needs; I have never been so free of the pains that have ailed me for years. I’m proud to be a regular, and my shoulders thank me every…single…day.
Wanted to share some good news with you. I competed in the White Lake Half this past weekend. Finished 24 out of 138 men in 5 hours 27 minutes. It was a hot day like Raleigh. While others were wilting on the run I clipped a steady 8.5 minute pace passing many.
Your nutrition and hydration advice, sweat analysis and zone testing really help get things dialed in. That Infinti rocks. Thank you so much!
I completed IMWI (Ironman Wisconsin) this past weekend and wanted to thank you! I utilized the Infinit bike and run mix that you formulated after my sweat test and both worked flawlessly!
2 years ago my fitness was floundering, lacking in direction and goals. Today I proudly call myself an Ironman finisher. Coach Newport has provided me with the necessary tools and guidance to stay focused and realize that the possibilities are endless. Thank you Sensei!
When you belong to a tennis club, members dealing with an assortment of injuries frequently seek advice on the selection of a physical therapist. Without hesitation, I respond “Jon Paryz. He’s my physical therapist and I would follow him to the ends of the earth!”…The qualities I’ve learned to appreciate most include Jon’s clinical expertise; his ability to explain anatomy and physiology without condescension; his willingness and capacity to listen; his sense of humor; and his unwavering support while helping me reach my goal of returning to tennis again…Every time I step foot on a court I am grateful to Jon and to my surgeon for the opportunity to continue playing the sport that I love.
Chris has trained me for several races, but this was the hardest as I was determined to do a time and distance that I honestly just don’t like. She kept me training, she kept me running, she kept me laughing with red tube tops. If you need a fitness coach or nutritional guidance; she is awesome! But, to me, she is my friend who believes in me and I love her! Thank you, Chris!
I loved having Chris to help guide me the whole way. Working with her helped to keep me accountable and she made me feel like my questions and concerns were heard. She was very knowledgeable and was able to break things down for me to understand. She was like having my own personal cheerleader and that meant a lot to me.
Knowing what my body needs throughout the day for nutrition is something that has stuck with me months after completing my program with Chris. I have closely followed the proportions for what I need for proteins, fats, and carbs and have been able to sustain my progress that I’ve made in the program. I’ve also learned the valuable lessons about how I should fuel before, during, and after races so I can reach optimal performance.
I just wanted to send you a quick update on how things are going with the Infinit drink we had made after my testing. Well, I can say that between the drink and the extra salt (pink Himalayan) I’ve been eating during my long runs things have been great. I just ran the Myrtle Beach Marathon yesterday trying to qualify for Boston in 2018 after the poor dehydration performances at Boston and NY in 2016.
I kept to my strategy of eating some salt every 3 miles and a Gu every 5 miles. Because I got my 2nd water bottle a littler earlier than anticipated I ran out with a few miles to go, but at that stage it didn’t matter too much. I ended up running a PR of 2:58:16 and qualifying for Boston 2018. It was the best I’ve felt during and directly after a marathon ever. A few days later I’m sore, but not anything close to how I’ve felt in the past. I can really tell this hydration strategy worked.
I just wanted to thank you for your help and let you know things worked out.
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