Experience Advanced Group Training at Mercy Sports Performance, a high-energy, positive class in a spacious setting. Improve fitness with functional movement training, measure your progress, and reach your goals with this small group training option.
Optimize workouts, mental health, immune system, and sleep with these five tips for improved nutrition and Mercy Fitness Center Nutrition Coaching.
Mercy Sports Performance coaches teach youth and high school athletes speed, agility, and injury prevention techniques to help achieve their goals and boost their athletic performance.
Focus on purposeful recovery and its anxiety-reducing benefits. Taken together, all four pillars - mindset, nutrition, movement, and recovery - can help us manage anxiety in stressful times.
Regular exercise releases endorphins to help reduce stress hormones and keep us resilient, both mentally and physically. Help your family fight anxiety with regular movement to stay fit and resilient.
Fuel your family’s mental health with foods that are proven to have a positive impact on mood and resilience, which is our ability to bounce back after experiencing stress. Fight anxiety with a healthy diet!
How do we re-integrate into a society that looks so much different than the one we knew in early 2020? The EXOS approach to a positive mindset can help support our mental health and ease some anxiety during our transition back to normal life.
Use this EXOS planner to develop a heart-smart workout based on your current cardio performance level. Approach this challenge with a 4-pillar foundation: mindset, nutrition, movement, and recovery.
The first quarter of a new year is a great time to start anew tracking your progress against health goals. Focus on what the EXOS four pillars of human performance – mindset, nutrition, movement, and recovery – can do for you with these simple strategies for success.
Many of us approach “getting healthy” like an unpleasant task we’d rather put off for another day. It may seem overwhelming to face so many messages in the media, on our social feeds, and in our everyday lives that offer conflicting messages about what “getting healthy” really means, or how we even begin.