We see many claims about fitness tools but they often don’t live up to the hype when reviewed by experts. Numerous claims have been made that foam rolling increases blood flow, is useful in warming up the muscle prior to
There are special and unique bonds that are made between clinician and patient in a rehabilitation setting. Many times, rehab patients are at a very difficult time in their lives and through months of daily expert guidance, hard work, education,
Is age truly a number or is it something different entirely?
Having just turned 50 and totally feeling like I am in my 20s while looking, according to longevity face age technology, like I am in my 30s, I personally had
Just a generation ago, women’s weight-lifting was largely isolated to professional athletes and competitive body-builders. Men have been lifting weights for years, but it has not come into the mainstream for women until the past 10-15 years.
Some of the barriers
Why is a bike so good for your knees?
When it comes to knee pain, it is hard to know what activities will help them feel better
It is pretty easy to know what makes your knees feel worse: jumping, running, quick
If you’ve got this “special sauce,” you’ll overcome any obstacles placed in your way to perform your best…anytime! Regardless of whether it’s sticking with lifestyle change to improve your health, a nutrition plan, cutting back on smoking or drinking, adhering
Physical activity has been demonstrated to positively affect over 30 chronic conditions and is considered the best deterrent of chronic disease in primary and secondary prevention. The main goal of a Medical Fitness Specialist (MFS) in the healthcare continuum is
It is important to respect professional boundaries and know when to refer a “fighter” to a neuro-opthamologist or an occupational therapist.
Here are some simple and safe tips to share with your “fighters”...