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Osteoporosis is not something we want to have. What we really want are strong, healthy bones.
So, I’m going to tell you about the most common cause of osteoporosis.
It’s really common to see people with their heads Continue reading
Does your back hurt now more than it used to?
Do you have back pain between your shoulder blades? Is the pain more on your dominant side?
Or, is it more lower back pain and/or your neck?
There are many possible causes for back pain and muscles are the usual culprit! Honest! Muscles!
That’s good news, because Continue reading
After you have been in your exercise or movement program for a while, knowing how many repetitions of an exercise or movement you should do will become second nature to you.
You will feel good when your muscles are moving in the correct ways.
You will do the movements often, because it feels good. You will be able to feel the benefits. Your posture will be better. You will have fewer headaches and backaches. You will feel more powerful.
But, for starters, if moving is a new thing for you, do this:
Start with just Continue reading
Shins? Why on earth would you need to have strong shins muscles? Here’s why.
1. Strong shin muscles create balance between your strong calves and the front of your lower leg.
2. They help prevent charley-horses, or cramps, in your calves.
3. They help create balanced posture. A balanced body has less pain.
4. And, I can’t say for sure, but Continue reading
There is a reason for your upper back pain.
Most of the time we hold our shoulders in a rolled forward position. Our head and shoulders are in front of our body during virtually all of our activities.
As a result, the muscles in our back get Continue reading
The first time I watched an exercise video that used small pumping movements I thought, “ha! That won’t do anything.”
I tried it and as I followed along, I thought, “ha! This isn’t doing anything.”
I was wrong. So very, very wrong.
I was so sore the next day. Those simple little pumping movements create a lot of muscle activity, quickly.
Since the muscles we most need to build are Continue reading