Why Sitting Is Bad for Your Back

In the year 2018, it’s fairly common for people to have a sedentary lifestyle especially since many people have jobs in the office. Sitting for 6-8 hours a day isn’t all too uncommon and adding to that is the large percentage of people struggling from back problems. If you haven’t already heard, sitting for long…

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Exercise to Help Lower Back Pain

Dr. Brendan Kirk goes over one of his favorite exercises to relieve lower back pain. He demonstrates how you can progress and develop this useful exercise over time.  Anyone of any level of fitness can start doing this today to relieve the aches and pains they’re feeling in their lower back.  

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How To Prevent 3 Common Running Injuries

Running is an activity that has existed for as long as humans have learned how to walk. The terrestrial locomotion was once used by humans to hunt their preys but soon evolved into a form of exercise and utilized in almost every single physical activity around. For athletes and physically active individuals that run on…

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Why Stretching Is Important

Importance of Improving your Flexibility Level

Stretching may not be seen as something to be done for non-athletes or regular people that go about their day without being involved in any form of physical activity. However, this common misconception could not be any more wrong and is the reason why so many folks complain about chronic aches and pain throughout their…

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The Beginner’s Guide to Stretching

Now you may know the importance of stretching, but not everyone knows how to start off doing it. In fact, many people carry around the common misconception that flexibility is an area that doesn’t need much attention. This could not be any more wrong as most people lose their flexibility after growing into adulthood. Without…

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