All posts by: Mike Asmar

About Mike Asmar

Mike Asmar graduated with honors from the University of New Mexico, attaining his Business Administration degree with a concentration in Financial Management. Mike is an ACE Certified Personal Trainer, a competitive mixed martial artist, and lifelong athlete. Mike holds a brown belt under Greg Jackson in Mixed Martial Arts, and has worked as a martial arts coach/personal trainer for over 10 years. He is a Certified Jackson's Mixed Martial Arts Instructor, a Certified UFC Gym Coach, and a Certified Kinesio Taping Technician. His interests include martial arts, human movement, nutrition, and human performance.

Research Backed Supplements: Separating Fact from Fiction

    It’s far too easy to get lost in the notoriously unregulated supplement market. Consumers are routinely bombarded by supplement brands with outlandish advertising campaigns, promotional banter, flashy company logos, sponsored athletes, celebrities, proprietary blends, and other common shenanigans. Nobody wants to throw their hard earned money into a garbage can. But with so many … Continue reading

September 26, 2016 Uncategorized

Power of the Mind: Ancient Wisdom meets Modern Science

  Chronic pain is a highly demoralizing prospect. The successful management and treatment of chronic pain requires an iron will and steadfast mindset to endure. While the medical industry in our society is notoriously over saturated with the prescription of narcotic pain medications, any viable alternative form of pain relief is worthy of investigation and consideration. Despite our shallow understanding of … Continue reading

August 30, 2016 Uncategorized

Hydration for Wellness and Performance

  Optimal hydration is a priority among the lifestyle choices that we make on a daily basis; it is an essential cornerstone of wellness and performance. Water intake facilitates physiological processes such as circulation, metabolism, temperature regulation, and waste removal. Mild to moderate dehydration can cause headaches, irritability, poor physical performance, and reduced brain functioning. … Continue reading

August 23, 2016 Uncategorized