What Role Does Nutrition Play In Reaching Your Fitness Goals?Read more
For fitness buffs, the benefits of exercise alone are well worth the commitment.
Anxiety and depression are two of the world’s most prevalent conditions, but when pain comes into the equation, the situation can be particularly difficult to address. As noted by Harvard academics, the relationship between pain and depression is cyclical.Read more
Delicate pink cherry blossoms are a lovely sight to behold anywhere, but they’re especially beautiful in Japan’s Meguro River, where over 800 trees release their blossoms into the water each spring. Walking down the riverbanks while gazing upriver, watching the petals shimmer and scatter on the smallest breezes, is truly breathtaking.Read more
Nothing ruins your golf game like a golf injury. Whether you suffered the damage during a golfing match, or some other fitness activity, it's impossible to maintain a good swing when your elbows, wrists, shoulders, or legs are in pain. Here are a few of the most common golf injuries to look out for, as well as the best ways to treat them.Read more
We’ve all heard the expression, “flat-footed,” but what exactly does it mean? Pes Planus, also known as “fallen arches”, affects about 60 million Americans, or about 25% of the population. While flat feet are usually painless, they can sometimes lead to a number of problems and health complications. In this post, we will discuss the causes of flat feet and some treatments that can help.Read more
As you age, the muscles in your body age with you. Even if you have stayed in shape throughout your entire life, it is very likely that your muscles will weaken over time. In fact, most people begin to experience muscle loss in their early- to mid-40s. Known as sarcopenia, this gradual loss of muscle continues as we become seniors, often with dangerous and detrimental results. Luckily, there are a number of things that you can do to keep your muscles strong and healthy as you age.Read more
At some point or other, most people will find themselves recovering from an injury or suffering from a chronic, painful condition such as rheumatoid arthritis. Whether you are concerned about potential weight gain or simply want to maintain your cardiovascular health and fitness, low-impact exercises will allow you to reach your goals without damaging your body further.Read more