Injury & pain prevention


What you need to know about the posterior chain The posterior chain is made up of all of the muscles from your lower back to your heels. They include the lower back muscles, glute and hamstrings muscles. To strengthen the posterior chain you should do workouts which extend to the ankle, knee and hip joint. This is commonly referred to as the triple extension. If you have strong posterior chain, you get an extra protection from lower...

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Download the printable PDF: [xyz-ihs snippet=”knee-pain-upgrade”] The Anatomy Of Knee Pain Life would be simple if knee joint pain were a thing of the past, with surgeries fondly remembered as an old-fashioned method of treating knee pain. Occurring sooner than we think, more and more individuals who are diagnosed with knee injuries are using an alternative to surgery and strong medication. This alternative method is used...

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How To Treat Muscle Spasms


Posted By on Aug 2, 2016

How To Treat Muscle Spasms And Prevent Them Motion and force are critical to the life of any living organism. In simple terms, you cannot survive or thrive if you cannot move in search of food, adventure, or safety among other reasons. Your muscles are responsible for motion and force in your body. They help you when it comes to lifting objects, applying pressure, and moving. The normal human body has about 650 skeletal muscles and...

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The Best Flexibility Exercises In this day and age, we’re supposed to work smarter, not harder; we’re supposed to minimize excessive effort that could, in turn, be used effectively elsewhere. For those of you new to the exercise routine, or even those familiar gym bunnies, here’s why you need to add my best flexibility exercises into your routine! I’m a firm believer in incorporating stretches into my fitness regimen. I am the...

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Problems with the human body with regards to injury prevention When it comes to injury prevention we can all learn hell of a lot from classes like Yoga and the all popular Les Mills group exercise class. But they don’t seem to address all aspects of a persons athletic profile. In other words they don’t transfer enough into day to day life, nor do they help with any particular sporting movements. They are not universally...

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The History Of Massage

The History Of Massage


Posted By on Jul 19, 2016

The History Of Massage There is not a large amount on the history of massage. According to the numerous scientific researches that have been conducted on the efficacy and importance of massage, it is indicated that deep tissue massage has been proven to provide individuals with a three-way positive effect. That is physical, mental, and aesthetic. As such, massage therapy is noted to provide the physical benefits of effectively...

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