Excessive fatigue or soreness for an extended time after a workout does not correlate to effective training or improved performance. Tired does not equal good training. Difficult is different from challenging. Work with a physical therapist or movement professional and it will pay dividends in the long-run!
In a healthcare climate that is putting more and more financial responsibility on the consumer/patient, direct access is a safe and effective method of reducing overall costs and, in some instances, unnecessary imaging.
We live in a world where we tend to maintain a forward flexed posture leading to repetitive strain on tissues and ultimately injury and pain. Here is how to improve your posture with three simple exercises.
Lumbar stability is imperative to pain-free daily function. But it's also important for us to understand that lumbar mobility is needed as well. Learn how to keep that mobility with these simple exercises.