Ron Livingston

ElyteSport Success Story Ron is not the type of guy who does anything half-heartedly. His accomplishments in business, athletics, and even community service speak volumes about the type of individual he is. It is extremely fulfilling for the team here at ElyteSport to provide folks like Ron with…


Todd Migdon

ElyteSport Success Story During his high school days, Todd was extremely active and participated on his school’s basketball, tennis and cross-country teams. Those days are almost 20 years behind him now and while his free time has diminished significantly (demanding job, triplets, etc.), his…


Nicole Freedman

ElyteSport Success Story Nicole Freedman, one of the top female cyclists in the world, is an ElyteSport athlete. She represented the U.S. in the 2000 Olympic games in Sydney. Nicole Freedman sets her goals high. ElyteSport is there to ensure that she continues to achieve them.  …


Does Being Healthy Mean You Have To Be Miserable?

Yes. But like anything else that’s good for you, you’ll get over it. Then, you won’t be miserable any more. And you’ll be healthy and live long enough to pay your grandkids’ college bills. But do you really have to avoid the cookie tray and get a yearly physical?  This is an important question.…


Winter Depression

Wintertime Depression

When the winter solstice occurs and the sun is above the Tropic of Capricorn, do you turn from Prince or Princess Charming into an ogre? It’s the time of year when people report feeling more depressed—overwhelmed by the impending holidays, bothered by dried out bank accounts, disconcerted by…


Holiday Indulgence

It’s typical to drop your guard at holiday time.  Getting caught up in the festivities is probably the biggest excuse to overeat, the definition of which is relative. Generally, it refers to the consumption of an energy intake that is inappropriately large for the amount of energy burned.…


Shh! I’m Trying To Sleep Over Here

Can too much sleep cause depression, or does depression cause hypersomnia? Not that this is an age-old riddle, but little time and effort have been put to the answer. Part of the reason for that neglect is that sleep has been viewed as something that merely happens to us, as opposed to something…


Chocolate Covered Prevention

Chocolate consumption can reduce cardiac risk by a third, according to a very recent pronouncement based on meta-analyses of previous works.  Scientists report that chocolate could be a viable factor in the reduction of heart disease and metabolic syndrome by virtue of its polyphenol content,…


Electromagnetic Headaches

When it blows in the wind, we try to find out where it’s coming from. Once in a while, though, there’s so much stench we can’t identify the source. Such is the case with electromagnetic fields—EMF’s— and related wavy things. There’s so much hullabaloo about the good and the bad that we can’t…


You Gotta Have Heart

If you attended high school most days, you might have learned that atoms are made of protons, electrons and neutrons, having charges that are positive, negative or neutral, in that order. If the charges get out of balance, the atom is either negatively or positively charged. The switch between one…