Do a Body Tune Up Before Training

Consistent exercise is one of the keys to lifelong health and fitness, and exercise consistency relies (in part) on avoiding exercise related injuries. Muscle strains and joint pain squash consistency by sidelining ambitious exercisers. One way to stave off injury is being able to move well. For many people in our society, moving well requires a body tune up. So, what exactly does it mean to move well? The ability to move joints through their full range of motion with the right alignment and control is a big part of it. For example, being able to do a squat without excessive forward lean: When people spend […]

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Sitting-Rising: A Test of Mortality Risk

Good physical function improves the quality of life, and it may also predict quantity of life. The Sitting-Rising test is an easy way predict premature mortality risk and appraise physical function.

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What Happened to the Abdominal Crunch Machine?

Despite the fact that it was a popular machine and it targeted the core muscles, the most current exercise research has found that it might not be all that safe for your back.

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3 Ways to Change up your Gym Routine

Have you ever gone to the gym, stayed for one hour, and not even thought about what you were doing while you were there?

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Ready for the Blizzard? Don’t Pull Out Your Back Shoveling!

If you are gearing up to take the snow blower out of the shed or get the shovels into the garage, please read on.

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