I have over 11 years of Chiropractor practice experience as well as years of personal training knowledge packed into MyFitClinic.com
Columbus, Ohio (PRWEB) September 22, 2011
Dr. Tonya Ingalls, Chiropractor and Certified Fitness Trainer has launched what she has described as years of knowledge, expertise and practice into one central portal. MyFitClinic.com features more than 700 pages that focus on proper diet, healthy recipes, workout routines, post rehab and pre-hab articles.
“I have over 5 years of Chiropractor experience as well as years of personal training knowledge packed into http://www.myfitclinic.com,” states Dr. Tonya Ingalls. “My goal is to help anyone wanting fitness and diet advice to advance issues such as how to prevent joint pain, muscle strain and sports related training issues that may affect one's comfort throughout the day.
My Fit Clinic has a very aggressive content plan for 2011 and 2012. They are planning to add more healthy recipes ideas, training exercises, video content and fitness training examples and a fitness blog.
“We have spent a year perfecting several granola bar recipes, protein shake flavors, dinner recipes and so much more.” states Dr. Tonya Ingalls. “I like food, and I love food that makes me feel good, and this is the main reason why I have spent so many hours cooking, experimenting and compiling my favorite recipes ideas for everybody to use.”
About My Fit Clinic & Dr. Tonya Ingalls
My Fit Clinic is a dynamic portal that features the latest health and wellness news, fitness training exercises by muscle, exercises by equipment type, healthy recipes, protein shake recipes and more.
Dr. Tonya Ingalls is from Ohio and graduated from Ohio University in 2002 with a bachelor degree in health sciences. She currently holds a Doctorate of Chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic that she received in 2006. Dr. Ingalls lives an active lifestyle and is an advanced athlete who loves improving her patients lives as well as improve her and her family's life through diet, outdoor activities and sports. Dr. Ingalls also received her certification in functional training , biomechanics and core conditioning. To learn more about improving your diet, learning new fitness and exercise routines and how to improve your well-being, visit http://www.myfitclinic.com.