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Welcoming Challenges

This Week’s Info

  • Mobility Focus: Global

  • Stability Goals: Rotator Cuff 0-90

  • Skill Work: Squat

  • Mindset: Welcoming Challenges

WOD Programming Schedule

  • Monday – Met Con

  • Tuesday – Pliability

  • Wednesday – Strength

  • Thursday – Met Con

  • Friday – Pliability

  • Saturday – Strength

March 4th – 9th: Movie Week!


Want to know more about our Fit3D Scanner? We would love to tell you!

Here is the list of what is included in your body scan. This information can help you achieve your health goals in a safe and smart way!

To learn more or schedule, call 269-447-2672 or talk to Coach Patrick directly!

Dr. Sean Clark, DPT, PT

This week we will be focusing on our MOBILITY!

You will note that there will be extra focus to the cool downs and movement lessons.


Dr. Sean Clark, DPT, PT

If you are a Green Box lover, make sure to place your order for the pick up on February 14th.

If you haven’t ordered before, be sure to check them out!

Dr. Sean Clark, DPT, PT

Mindset Health Tip

This week is about Welcoming Challenges!  

Viewing challenges as opportunities for a different path or personal growth is a way to reframe situations and reduce action-paralyzing fear responses. It creates empowerment and control! 

HERE is a wonderful TedTalk by Carolyn Rivera to help you get ready…

Functional Medicine Corner

For those of us who focus on fueling our body with the food we eat or use food as medicine, one primary consideration is to find foods that are most nutrient dense. And one of the arguments used by those who advocate for the vegan diet argue that plants are the best way to get nutrients. I’ve spoken in past newsletters about the phytochemicals in many plants, and there are several fruits and veggies that are super foods. However, meat and dairy products can also pack quite the nutrient punch.

When looking at nutrient value, plant products deliver much larger quantities of nutrients like:

  • Vitamin C, which supports our immune system as well as collagen production.

  • Carotenoids and flavonoids, both powerful antioxidants that help to suppress inflammation and protect our heart and nervous system.

  • Prebiotic fiber that helps to support the beneficial bacteria living in our gut.

  • Polyphenols are cardioprotective and also improve blood sugar levels.

However, animal products are higher in the following nutrients:

  • Vitamin B12, iron and zinc, which all help to support energy production, support blood and oxygen levels and supply our immune system.  

  • Vitamins A, D and K2 are all helpful in supporting a robust immune system.

  • Creatine, taurine and carnitine, which are all primary protein building blocks that help us build and maintain muscle as well as support our brain and detoxification processes.

  • EPA and DHA are essential fatty acids that help in maintaining brain health, as well as decreasing inflammation and supporting the cardiovascular system.

If you are interested in diving deeper into this, here is an article written by a PhD surrounding this topic.

~ Carrie Palmer PA-C, IFMCP
Please feel free to reach out to Carrie directly with additional questions at 269-224-1659!

Member of the Month

Introducing Renee Huyck!

This incredible athlete is one tough cookie! She works hard here at Mindset and she is an incredible pitcher in her main sport of softball. If she is on the mound, you don’t want to be in the batter’s box.

Renee is a force to be reckoned with! She works hard, lifts heavy and focuses on her technique during every movement! She might be quiet at times but that is only because she is FOCUSED.

Give her some love as she is in training for her upcoming softball season!!!

Community Partners


We are overjoyed to announce our partnership with MRC Artworks!

This is an incredible organization! Their mission is to encourage and support individuals living with a disability to achieve the fullest potential through employment, skill building, and active community involvement.

We have 14 pieces for sale! We will be collecting any sales then giving all the proceeds back to MRC. Artists will receive 75% commission on all sales!

Come check them out at our office or at their downtown location!


Another AMAZING partnership we are bringing to you is our very own local juicer – JuicyLeaf!

Come check them out at our office or at their downtown location or schedule a pick up at Mindset every Tuesday from 3-7pm! 

**Place your orders before NOON on SUNDAYS**

Does Juicy Leaf use organic fruits and vegetables?

What’s the difference between a juice and a smoothie?

  • The main difference is fiber. Most of the insoluble fiber is removed in the juicing process.
  • By taking the fiber out, you can pack more fruit & veggie nutrients into a juice than you can into a smoothie of the same size.
  • The lack of insoluble fiber allows your body to rapidly absorb the nutrients while expending minimal digestive effort.
  • Smoothies are made by pulverizing fruit/veggies with liquid in a blender. The insoluble fiber, which helps keep things moving through your system, is maintained in the process.

What are the benefits of juice?

  • Several servings of fruit & veg nutrition effortlessly absorbed without energy taxing digestion.
  • Easy way to incorporate more fruits and veg in diet than eating produce alone.
  • Boosts immunity and energy. Alkalizing, chronic illness prevention, helps aid in weight loss, clear skin, healthy hair.