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Arthritis Is A Naturally Occurring Phenomenon. Arthritis is a naturally occurring phenomenon. When your muscles are no longer strong enough to support the joints, your body starts laying down extra bony growth, This extra bony growth is what we refer to as arthritis. To stop arthritis from occurring you simply have to first move well then move often. PSST . . . Heres a

Why A Functional Movement Pyramid? When it comes to functional movement (and everything in life really) If you don’t have a system in place you’re really just guessing. The major components of any movement or exercises are flexibility, mobility, strength/Symmetry, adequate work to recovery ratios, and finally the skill capacity. To be able to execute a movement or workout you need all of

Sciatic Nerve Pain, Probably Not. Sciatic nerve pain is a commonly over diagnosed and poorly treated condition of the back (and leg). Getting the right diagnosis and treatment is key for any type of back pain, whether it’s sciatica or not. Typically, you’ll find that you’ll get some relief initially. But the pain never goes away and can pop up again usually at

What Is Blood Flow Restriction Training?   Blood Flow Restriction Training (BFRT) is brief bouts of exercise with restriction of venous blood flow restriction. The restriction is applied via tourniquet which is applied to either the Upper limb/s or lower limb/s. BFRT is also referred to as: occlusion training, low intensity occlusion training, vascular occlusion training, muscle occlusion training, hypoxic training, or KAATSU. It has

Do You Get Shoulder Pain? Have you have ever performed a bench press, bent-over barbell row, overhead barbell press, or a pull-up? Then odds are you have experienced shoulder pain or tightness at some stage in your life. The shoulder joint is the second leading pain of and disability behind low back pain. Fight your shoulder pain and check your shoulder health with these

Do You Have Duck Feet?   Take a look down at your feet. Do your feet point straight ahead or do they point out? If your feet point out, this is what is commonly called being duck footed. Depending on how low you have been standing and walking around like this, you may not notice any issues with it. . . Yet. If you have

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