Now that you are fully rehabilitated from carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS), we are ready to progress to strengthening your grip again. If you are still feeling or begin feeling symptoms of CTS, read my previous blog here for some rehabilitation
Are you hunched over sitting in an office all day? Do you find yourself leaning to one side while standing? Both of these and many more daily activities can be the source of poor posture. This can lead to spine
Got shoulder pain? Don't worry - you aren't the only one! Shoulder injuries are common amongst athletes and older individuals. I am a competitive dragon boater and experience shoulder pain regularly. It is often associated with poor technique and over
Plyometric exercise also known as "jump training" or "reactive training," is traditionally used to build explosive and powerful movement by increasing both the strength and speed of the muscle contractions. This type of training evolved in the Eastern bloc during
Pushups strengthen the chest, shoulders, triceps and trunk stability and amazing effects on your performance. Get great technique in 3 simple steps!
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Perhaps you have the pliability of a 100 year old leather belt or often give the evil eye to the limber gymnast in your yoga class. Fear not, you aren’t alone! Keep an open mind as to why stretching
What's a kinesiologist? Generally someone who specializes in the study of human movement. Our field views the body as an interconnected system, and examines the ways in which people move to discover how people injure themselves, develop strong bodies, and
Hip and back pain? Try these 4 simple stretches to alleviate discomfort and reinvigorate your body.