Dynamic stretching is a newer, preferred way to stretch before a workout but there’s still a place for static stretching.
Strong core muscles help you maintain good posture. A physical therapist discusses why a strong core is important and gives exercises to try.
Want to leave the office at the end of the workday without muscle tension and pain? A chiropractor explains simple adjustments to make in your cubicle that make a big difference.
Incorporate these neck stretches and this advice from a physical therapist to prevent your neck from getting tight or stiff.
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It’s easy to fall out of your exercise routine, but when you’re ready to start up again, it’s best to get the all-clear from a physician first.
When sports season gets into full swing, many young athletes set new goals and push their bodies to the limit. Many of these sports require a great deal of flexibility and strength. Those attributes can’t be acquired overnight.
In basketball and in all sports, it’s important to take the time to warm up and stretch before each practice and every game.
Take the time to get up from your chair once in awhile and move around. Moving will invigorate your body, release muscle tension and give you a boost of energy.
It’s important for those of us in office jobs to be mindful of our body and to give it a good stretch every few hours. Our bodies were meant for movement.
Repetition and stress from working in front of a computer can exact a toll on our hands, wrists and shoulders. These areas often bear the brunt of overuse and lack of variation in movement and, as a result, we feel discomfort or pain.