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It’s Siesta Time!

 What is the perfect time of day for a power nap?There isn’t really a perfect time to take a power nap. The ideal time will depend more upon individual factors, such as a person’s individual schedule. For example, for people on a 9–5 work schedule, the best...

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Improve Your Mental Focus

 The ability to concentrate on something in your environment and direct mental effort toward it is critical for learning new things, achieving goals, and performing well across a wide variety of situations.Whether you are trying to finish a report at work or...

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Pumpkins Have Great Benefits All Year Round

 Is pumpkin good for you?Move over, Charlie Brown, it’s time to give new meaning to the term “The Great Pumpkin”! This stunning squash is considered a superfood, a title typically reserved for natural foods that are especially nutrient-dense while generally...

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Barometric Pressure and Headaches

 According to the American Migraine Foundation, over a third of people with migraine report that certain weather patterns trigger their headaches, at least some of the time.Several studies have suggested that changes in weather, and especially changes in...

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How Stimulating The Vagus Nerve Can Help With Health

What The Vagus Nerve IsThe vagus nerve is the longest cranial nerve in the body. It comes from the Latin word, vagus, for “wandering.” That’s because it wanders throughout your body, with wide distribution connecting the brainstem to the body. Only mammals have...

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Exercise and Healthy Bones

 Factors for Bone GrowthBone density and exercise go hand in hand, and scientific research has confirmed the connection. In a paper published in 2019, researchers from the University of Michigan reviewed data from 1961 to 2009 to determine what impact exercise...

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What You Need To Know About Myofascial Release

 About Myofascial TissueYour myofascial tissue is a network of tissue that spreads throughout your entire body. It connects your muscles, joints, and bones. It also provides support to your organs, helping to keep them in place.‌If you could see it, your...

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Science Based Benefits of a Morning Routine

 What Is a Morning Routine?From the moment you wake up, your mind is flooded with all the things you need to do. This can feel so overwhelming that you end up wasting time. A morning routine means you perform the same basic tasks in the same order every day.1....

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Questions You Should Be Asking Yourself

 #1 What’s my Vitamin D Level? We’ve talked about the importance of having a normal vitamin D level. Unfortunately, most people don’t. We are afraid of the sun and are chronically deficient and low vitamin D levels can contribute to a multitude of...

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Start The School Year Off Right!

 1. Getting Enough Zzz’sBy far, the most important school health issue for most kids is getting enough sleep - about 10 to 11 hours a night for elementary school-age children. That sounds simple, but the trouble is, it’s not always easy to make your child’s...

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Atmosphere means a lot to me and as an older female I felt large gyms were too intimidating. The atmosphere with Fitness with a View has been wonderful! I also have had hand, shoulder, and knee injuries and Jamie is constantly monitoring my exercises to be sure I strengthen and not re-injure these spots. I would definitely recommend them to anyone!

- Sara

I only had my last 20 pounds to lose and I have done so. Not only did I meet my goals initially set with Jamie, but we continue to strive for new ones! I must remind myself of the little goals each day. Although I continue to be goal oriented of course the main goal is to be a mentally and physically healthy mother and wife to my family.

- Lorri