As wellness doctors we are constantly encouraging our patients to eat well, exercise, etc, etc. – maybe to the point that a few of patients get just a little sick of hearing about it (that’s ok, but we’re going to keep trying). I sure that some have even asked themselves, “Yeah it’s easy to say it, but I wonder if he really does it himself?”. We we can assure you that we walk the walk – we get adjusted, we eat well, and we exercise regularly.
This week we wanted to give you a little insight into a place that is a big part of Dr. M and Dr. A’s life (you may have even seen pics of Dr. A’s wife Courtney working out here 8 days past her due date) – Windy City Crossfit. Many of our patients have already discovered what a great place Windy City Crossfit is, but if you haven’t we wanted to introduce you to this place that has played a vital role in the promotion of wellness in our own lives. Check this out:
As Dr. M mentioned, these workouts are great for anyone – at Windy City retirees workout next to kids who are working out next to Olympic Athletes (for real!). We want to give everyone the opportunity to experience Windy City Crossfit so we’ve talked to one of our trainers (did we mention that every workout you do is supervised and led by a certified personal trainer?), Tyrell Gill, and he will lead anyone associated with McKinley Chiropractic through a introduction workout, normally $85, at no charge. This offer is good for the next 3 weeks so give email (email@example.com) or call (307.290.0072) Tyrell ASAP to schedule your trial workout. Be sure to mention McKinley Chiropractic. We guarantee that it will be life changing!
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1) Shoulder/Neck sprain /strain While “kipping” is not the cause of all of the time, it is a factor for most cross-fit gym goers. While kipping is great for gymnastic movement, coordination, and getting extra reps in when the classic strict pull up would not work, the “kip” can easily lead to shoulder/neck strain/sprain, and […]