Posts Tagged ‘exercises’

5 Ways to Counteract Wearing High Heels

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We all know that wearing high heeled shoes can be detrimental to our physical health, even though they may help us to look glamorous!

Since we don’t want to take away your high heels if you really enjoy wearing them, we’d like to share what you can do to balance yourself out when you do.  You know, we’re all about giving you options for self-care!

Check out the original post by Greg Robins on Eric Cressey’s website:

http://ericcressey.com/5-ways-to-counteract-wearing-high-heels

 

 

 

Heal Your Bunions

We’ve often worked with people to help decrease the torsion that occurs in feet creating bunions. However, the other half of the work is waking up the weakened muscles which stabilize and ground the big toe.

Check out the following video to learn two simple (though perhaps not easy) exercise to help with bunions!

Mary Bond shares more about bunions on her blog: http://healyourposture.com/

 

All You Need To Know About Raking Leaves

Raking leaves is great exercise and on Autumn’s “To Do” List, but for many of us, a long day of raking can yield soreness and even injury.

the folks at Performance Physical Therapy in Rhode Island have put together some nice information about raking leaves . . . . In other words, how to do so without injuring ourselves!

So, give it a read and give it some heed.  Your body will thank you!

Read here: http://www.performanceptri.com/_fileCabinet/raking.pdf

 

Correcting Head-Forward Posture

5 Tips For The Correction Of Forward Head Posture:

By Sam Visnic

Forward head posture is a very common imbalance seen today. Correction of forward head posture takes awareness, resolution of underlying causes, and repetition to make a lasting impact. These five tips will help you get faster results.

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Understanding Upper Back Pain And Its Causes

By Michel Marchand

In order to understand upper back pain causes, we must first understand the upper back. Read the rest of this entry »

 

Ankle Sprains – Successful Treatment Tips

By Barton Anderson

Ankle sprains can easily become chronic in nature if not treated correctly. Proper initial care can mean the difference between a single sprain, or a lifetime of ankle problems. Read the rest of this entry »