The Saturated Fat and Dietary Cholesterol Misconception

by John Laznovsky The Wolf of Wellness It can be stated that the vast majority of curriculums centered around medical sciences and health sciences have been teaching students for decades that foods higher in saturated fat and dietary cholesterol such as red meat, organ meats, eggs etc., are a direct link to heart disease and should be avoided. As a … Read More

Corrective Exercises Lesson Explained

The Corrective Exercises segment uses the knowledge learned from the first sections of the course, putting it to work in easy-to-follow steps. As you will learn, the musculoskeletal imbalances that you will be taught to assess for, commonly lead to pain and dysfunction within the body. In order to eliminate pain and dysfunction, these imbalances will need to be corrected … Read More

Posture, Core, & Breathwork Breakdowns: Assessments

Assessments Section Break-DownThis section provides knowledge for assessing dysfunctional posture and breathing patterns, whether for yourself or a potential client. In the realms of physical therapy and rehabilitation, medical massage and Personal Training and Strength and Conditioning, the imbalances that you will be taught to assess for are commonly overlooked to the detriment of the client. As a result most … Read More

Posture, Core and Breath Work for the Win!

If you’re a personal trainer, professional coach, physical therapist, sports trainer, or athlete, you may not think that taking an online course can give you the edge, but with Wolf Moon Wellness’s Posture, Core, and Breath Work Course, you’ll be able to take things to the next level. If you want to be the go-to trainer or coach who knows … Read More

Hone Your Knowledge as a Personal Trainer

Hone Your Knowledge as a Personal Trainer

Wolf Moon Wellness’s Posture, Core and Breath Work course is an ideal choice for personal trainers, physical therapists, massage therapists, and yoga instructors alike. If you’re looking for a course that is approved for continuing education requirements as well as allowing you to become confident in your assessments, improving your ability to answer tough questions clients may ask and helping them … Read More

Breathe a Sigh of Relief: How Fixing Your Posture Helps Respiration

Breathe a Sigh of Relief: How Fixing Your Posture Helps Respiration

The fact that having bad posture isn’t great for your body isn’t anything new. Bad posture has become one of America’s largest health issues. Sitting for long periods of time at your desk at work or your home office has adverse effects on your health, both in the short term and long term.Why Reduced Lung Function Becomes a ProblemBy hunching … Read More

How Poor Respiration Affects Your Overall Health

How Poor Respiration Affects Your Overall Health

Breathing correctly through proper use of the diaphragm is not as common as you’d think. Chronic shallow breathing, breathing with your chest and inhaling through the mouth, taking in LESS air, and holding your breath before you exhale has become common in today’s world. This is largely due to societal environmental and cultural expectations. What are these expectations? For example, having … Read More

Unity Through Tolerance

Somewhere around the time of the revealing of the smart phone and the social media boom, people became more politically involved and expressive with their beliefs. People now had a personal platform and a simple means to express  their voice to the world. This wasn’t necessarily a bad thing, until the explosive social media battles begun. Friendships were ended, horrible … Read More

Cancer-Causing Flame-Retardant Chemicals on Furniture and Other Household Items

Cancer-Causing Flame-Retardant Chemicals on Furniture and Other Household Items

Endocrine FunctionCognitive Function and Brain Development in ChildrenNervous System FunctionStudies have also shown that exposure to flame retardant chemicals may impede thyroid function, increase risk of diabetes and long-term exposure puts you at high risk for cancer. According to scientists, the biggest exposure to flame retardant chemicals seems to come through chemical accumulation from household and office dust.Below I list links … Read More