If you have the privilege to learn some things you don’t know about your foot, will you make good use of the opportunity? If your response is no, then I suggest you close the tab right now and if it is a yes, then let’s get on with the overview of the structure and function of the foot.
I’m honored to write the best sandals for high arches article for those in search of a fitting sandal for their condition. Why should you read this post? I’m a physiologist and a practicing physiotherapist, and I’ve garnered more experience particularly with this neurological disorder, and I’ll be so glad to share my experience with you.
The Bridge Exercise: Introduction
The bridge exercise is included in the top 5 best exercises of all time, according to BeachBabyBob, a 70 year old certified fitness instructor by YMCA Canada.
Hi there, my name is Bob, I’m 70 years old, and I’ve been teaching fitness at my local YMCA for the past 40 years. That’s me on the right over there. Today I want to share with you how I believe the perfect pushup should be done. This article is meant for beginners and includes some helpful modifications.
Hi there, my name is Bob, I’m 70 years old, and I’ve been working as a fitness instructor at our local YMCA here in Ontario, Canada for about 40 years now. In this article, I discuss and then demonstrate how to do a proper lunge with and without weights. Many people find lunges daunting, but if you do it correctly, it shouldn’t be. It is only a dangerous move if done wrong, and that goes for basically any fitness manoeuvre.
Hi, my name is Bob and I have been teaching fitness at the YMCA here in Canada for almost 40 years. I am 70 years old and I loooove squats! To be honest, I’ve been working on doing this move right for the past 20 years, and I’ve gone to numerous fitness meeting and conferences around this topic.
What is Upper Crossed Syndrome?
Upper crossed syndrome or USC is an imbalance in your upper body causing postural distortions centralized around your head and shoulders, which is caused by a combination of your major and minor pecs (chest muscles) and upper traps (muscles between your shoulders and neck) being too tight and overused, while your cervical flexors (muscles that hold the head up and back), lower traps and rhomboids (which hold your scapula aka shoulder blades in proper position) being weak and underused. This creates the “cross” pattern in Upper Crossed Syndrome with these two forces – a weakening and a tightening of certain muscles at the same time – which can lead at first to imbalance and joint dysfunction, which then can and will lead to pain, followed by injury.