Larissa Herbert

Larissa Herbert

Understanding Your Tanita Body Composition Measurements Video

Understanding Your Tanita Body Composition Measurements Video

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Professional Digital Weight Scales

    Did you know Tanita is a premium manufacturer for digital weight scales worldwide?

    Tanita’s digital weight scales are not only used by doctors and fitness centers but by the NCAA Wrestling Championships, USA Wrestling, the Midlands Wrestling Championships, Southern Scuffle, the Dan Gable International Wrestling Institute as well as countless other tournaments, programs and

Tracking One's Healthy In The Age Of Social Distancing

     Maintaining a healthy lifestyle during the pandemic while social distancing is a new obstacle millions now face. Being able to maintain a healthy lifestyle while staying home during the pandemic is just as important as pre-pandemic, if not more so. Having to stay at home changes the dynamic of movement that would otherwise be performed, such as working on site, climbing the

Muscle Mass, Muscle Quality, Hydration & Aging Newsletter

     Whether you’re an aspiring Ironman triathlon contender or an aging veteran of life, there are some guidelines and body composition measurements that will tell you how well you’re taking care of yourself.

Long distance athletes and the elderly both need to monitor and try to maintain higher levels of Hydration. Hydration is like fuel in the tank of your car and will 

Visceral Fat Newsletter

      Visceral Fat is a silent killer.  Carrying too much Visceral Fat is a serious health problem.  According to the Mayo Clinic, the dangers of high Visceral Fat is: Heart disease, Alzheimer’s, type 2 diabetes, stroke, and high cholesterol *1.

     What is Visceral Fat? Visceral Fat is the fat around the organs in the abdominal cavity. If you go to the doctor for Visceral Fat

Hydration Newsletter

     Why should body water % be monitored? Because most people in general do not drink enough water. A large percentage of people wait until they feel thirsty to drink water, but that’s when the body is already showing signs of mild dehydration. Since dehydration is most often caused by sweating, athletes tend to get dehydrated when training or competing. Being able to