Article from T-Nation.com by Max Shank – 6/26/2013 Here’s what you need to know… • Extensive sitting can make you a pathetically functioning human being. • You can improve movement quality in only 30 seconds by using the Thoracic Bridge. Sitting in physically damaging. Some even say that excess sitting is the smoking of our […]
Article from MayoClinic.com A soothing massage can help you unwind, but that’s not all. Explore the possible benefits of massage and what to expect. By Mayo Clinic staff Massage is no longer available only through luxury spas and upscale health clubs. Today, massage therapy is offered in businesses, clinics, hospitals and even airports. If you’ve […]
We can’t all afford a personal masseuse or athletic trainer to regularly rub out the kinks, soreness, and tight spots in our muscles. But there is a way to massage oneself, with the benefit of being able to control exactly where and how much pressure to apply.
Article from TheBoxMag.com By Bob LeFavi, Ph.D., CSCS, USAW. Bob is a professor of sports medicine at Armstrong Atlantic State University, Savannah, Ga. Regardless of whether you’re an experienced CrossFitter or a beginner, you know what those first few weeks felt like. You hurt! In fact, even now your days off feel oh so good. Experienced […]
With the minimalist CrossFit movement, plenty of educational content and an incredibly supportive community, there really isn’t much standing in the way of you and exceptional fitness. Perhaps except this one barrier…
Let’s be honest. Even if you’re one of the select few individuals that works out regularly, you’re only doing so for a handful of hours each week. Most, if not all, of our time is spent outside of training. It’s in this time, however, that we can do the most damage to our performance. Click […]
One of the most common martial arts and other sport related injuries is cervical strain or sprain – meaning a sore, tight, or injured neck. Click the link below for three simple ways you can help yourself heal…