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.
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.
To improve your range of motion and keep your muscles limber as you age, add flexibility exercises to your fitness routine. Here are 5 options.
In recent years it’s become clear that the manner in which we do warm-up stretching can directly benefit or hinder performance.
Back pain is often a normal part of aging, but don’t take it lying down. Find out how you can strengthen your back and avoid or minimize pain.