• #WellnessWednesday: What is the State of Your Health?

    01.28.2015 / Blog Posts Health and Wellness

    By: Deanna Jefferson, Nike and Celebrity Trainer

    Now that we know the State of the Union, given by our President recently, it's time to determine the current state of your health. Every once in a while we get a diagnostic test for our car, our home and even our Nation. Our health is our number one asset, and to ignore how we are feeling and living can be a big mistake.

    Asking yourself this following single question can help you gauge the healthiness of your mind, body and spirit at any given point in time, and help you to ... Read More

  • Soreness vs. Pain: How To Tell the Difference

    01.21.2015 / Blog Posts Health and Wellness

    Today's Wellness Wednesday advice is brought to you by OrthoVirginia:

    Muscle Soreness

    Muscular soreness typically peaks 24-72 hours after activity. This is the result of small, safe damage to muscle fibers and is called Delayed Onset Muscular Soreness (DOMS).

    During this time, your muscles may be tender to touch and feel tight and achy. Movement may initially be uncomfortable but moving and gently stretching your muscles will help to decrease soreness.

    During the few day period that you are experiencing muscular soreness, you might consider performing alternate exercise activities in order to give your sore muscles an opportunity to ... Read More

  • New Year Fitness Party Recap

    01.19.2015 / Blog Posts Health and Wellness

    Saturday afternoon the Redskins Indoor Training Facility was transformed into the ultimate Fitness Party venue! Over 100 women took the practice field to participate in a half-circuit, half-Zumba workout and ring in 2015 with a new, healthier outlook on the year.

    Nike and Celebrity Trainer Deanna Jefferson led the ladies through an intense warmup and a few tough circuit drills to get heart rates up and incorporate strength into the routine.

    Deanna’s team of instructors immersed themselves into the crowd to help demonstrate different moves and to get our WOW members fired up!

    Following the strength portion of the ... Read More

  • Get Motivated to Move More!

    01.14.2015 / Blog Posts Health and Wellness

    By: Deanna Jefferson, Nike and Celebrity Trainer


    Is your New Year's resolution to start working out more this year? Have you gotten started, and only about a week in are finding it hard to stay motivated to get up and get in your workouts, especially in this cold weather. Well you're not alone! As a trainer, one of the biggest barriers I hear to why people don't exercise is because they simply "don't feel like it". Where's the motivation??? Let’s find it! Here are my tips for finding and keeping that motivation to get ... Read More

  • Make Dairy Part of Your Fitness Routine

    01.07.2015 / Blog Posts Health and Wellness

    This week’s Wellness Wednesday advice is brought to you by Liz Sitko of Mid-Atlantic Dairy Association:

    If you’re serious about fitness, particularly building muscle, then milk and dairy products should be a big part of your conditioning routine. Why?

    -Milk is a solid source of complete protein, the number one contributor to muscle growth.

    -Milk’s unique protein profile is comprised of about 20% whey protein and 80% casein protein. Whey is a major muscle builder, and casein’s slow and even digestibility make it the perfect balance to whey. Since whey is quickly digested and used up ... Read More

  • Commonwealth Orthopaedics: Exercise with Kettlebells

    12.24.2014 / Blog Posts Health and Wellness

    Exercise with Kettlebells

    By:  Barbara Kapas, DPT

    It might sound new, but working out with kettlebells is a time-honored technique that is finally getting the attention it deserves. A cast-iron kettlebell resembles a mini bowling ball with a handle. Since the weight isn't evenly distributed, using a kettlebell forces your stabilizer muscles to work harder. A kettlebell workout is great for cardio, strength and flexibility training. According to the American Council on Exercise, exercising with kettlebells burns about 20 calories a minute.

    Learn more about the benefits and techniques of a kettlebell workout at ... Read More

  • Indulge This Holiday With a Peppermint Chocolate Smoothie!

    12.24.2014 / Blog Posts Health and Wellness

    Redskins dietician Rob Skinner brings us another Smoothie of the Month as part of our Wellness Wednesday series!

    If you are a lover of Peppermint Mocha Lattes during the holiday season, than this smoothie is perfect for you! It’s a healthier way to kick start your day because it does not contain all of the sugar and fat that most lattes do. This smoothie is loaded with natural ingredients like avocado, banana, spinach, and chocolate protein powder to give you energy throughout the day. The touch of peppermint extract gives it that sweet, festive taste! It’s also an ... Read More

  • Be A Hometown Hero Donate Blood With The Redskins

    12.19.2014 / Events Health and Wellness

    Calling all Hometown Heroes! To start the New Year, the Redskins have teamed up with Inova for their annual January blood drive, and we need your help.

    Blood from donors has helped save over 265,000 lives and in order to meet our community’s needs, blood must be collected every day of the year.

    One person, donating blood for one hour, can save up to three lives!

    Inova Blood Donor Services is the largest hospital-based blood-collection effort in the nation, and with your help, they can expand this effort even more.

    Sign up today to participate in our Redskins ... Read More

  • Commonwealth Orthopaedics: ACL Injuries in Females

    / Blog Posts Health and Wellness

    ACL Injuries in Females

    By, Keith Lawhorn, MD

    ACL injuries are approximately 4-6 times greater in females compared to males. The female soccer player has the highest risk for ACL injury. With the increase in the understanding as to why the female athlete is at greater risk, prevention programs have been developed to help prevent ACL injury in the female athlete.

    Assessment of jump mechanics (having the athlete drop from a one-foot-high box and explode into a jump when landing from the box) can be used to identify the at-risk female athlete.

    It is important to teach females to use ... Read More

  • Fit Gifts For This Holiday Season

    12.10.2014 / Blog Posts Health and Wellness

    By: Deanna Jefferson, Nike and Celebrity Trainer

    With Christmas nearing, most of us are racking our brains to decide on that perfect gift for those special friends and family members this season. One in three people make a New Year's resolution of which many are health related. Why not, help them hit the ground running in 2015 with these awesome Fit Gifts for Christmas.

    Vitamix 500 Professional Blender $600 @vitamix

    This blender will upgrade anyone's smoothie making experience. Although it's a bit pricey, the Vitamix can pulverize the toughest ingredients including frozen fruit, nuts, cores, and tough ... Read More

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