September 2010 Archives

Sep 26

This is part three of an educational series about active and passive connective tissues and their ability to move: your flexibility.  In Part I we addressed WHY flexibility was important, and the two factors limiting your flexibility.  In Part II, we discussed neurological restriction and a few basics ways to keep it at bay.  Today we will discuss WHEN to address …

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Sep 15

Healthy tissue and a functional movement system require a few things: 1) Healthy movement 2) Rest from that movement 3) Nutritional quality, quantity, and type that maximizes your body’s hormonal responses. I title this as a Recommendation/Requirement because I cannot change one’s dietary choices.  Only the individual can.  You will make progress on your health, injury rehabilitation, and fitness without …

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Sep 08

“Treadmills were designed for cardiac rehab patients to walk and increase heart rate safely. Running, and improving your running, is not possible.”

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