With the holidays coming to a close and the New Year’s resolutions rolling in, you may be wondering how to shed some weight in 2017! Walking is one of the most underrated, natural sources of exercise. Walking is efficient, easy and light on your joints. In addition, it can be done almost anywhere! Some benefits […]

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For many, the diet is the first casualty when starting out as a driver. Eating nutrient dense whole foods out on the road can be challenging at times, even for the healthiest of drivers. Most individuals, especially drivers, do not get the 90 essential nutrients or 60 essential minerals needed for their body’s repair and […]

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As the holidays approach and come to a finish, we are often left with the dreaded weight gain and belly fat. New Year’s Resolutions are made to lose weight, and sometimes we feel at a loss for where to start. Seeing a TCA  Rolling Strong Wellness Coach is a great first step! A coach can […]

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THIS JUST IN – All carbohydrates are not evil! Carbohydrates or Carbs as they are often referred, have been given a bad rap lately, so let’s take a deeper look at them and get to the truth about how our bodies use carbohydrates. It is important to know that many carbohydrates are converted into sugars […]

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Stress is our bodies natural survival response to keep us alive when we experience a life threatening event. It is commonly referred to as the fight -or- flight response. When that response is sustained over long periods of time it can become harmful to our health. Chronic stress influences our body, mood, and behavior. There […]

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After just one year in the profession, it’s a story too familiar, the combination of poor nutrition and a sedentary lifestyle starts taking a health toll on professional drivers from increased blood pressure to increased injuries. More drivers and companies are getting engaged in and taking notice of driver health initiatives. With stringent DOT physical […]

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Stretching is one of the most effective ways to prevent injury and to increase flexibility. Flexibility is the degree to which the individual muscle will lengthen. As we get older, our muscles begin to shorten and tighten, restricting flexibility. This restricted flexibility causes our movement to become slower, tighter with less range of motion and […]

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Many Americans eat with the goal of satisfying their hunger and they go about it with the mindset of satisfying their taste buds instead of eating for nutrition. You may be eating more than enough food, but are you satisfying your body’s innate need for balanced nutrition? Hunger is triggered when the body needs calories […]

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