32017Feb

There’s A Right And Wrong Way To Sit

We all sit too much, plain and simple. Whether you’re a student in lectures all day or in the workforce at a desk job, chances are, you’re sitting the majority of the day. It may seem silly, but how you sit can have a lot to do with pesky muscle tightness and pain. Take a…

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302017Jan

A Guide to Post-Marathon Recovery

You did it. You crossed that finish line and accomplished something you didn’t think was possible. You’re officially someone who has run a marathon. But the race is hardly over. Sure, you ran past that last water station, put on your game face, and charged through your last sprint. But there’s one part you didn’t…

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52017Jan

The Mysterious First Rib Revealed

Have you ever heard of the acefirst ribae? Mysterious and sometimes mistaken for other injuries, oftentimes limitation in the end ranges of shoulder flexion and neck pain have much to do with this small, but complex bone. The first rib is often mistakenly attributed to a knot in the lower neck or upper back. However-…

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132016Dec
Are You Doing Your Stretches Right?

Are You Doing Your Stretches Right?

Although it is something that may seem commonsense, there is a science to stretching effectively. For example, you must hold a stretch for at least 30 seconds to lengthen muscle fiber- anything less than this amount of time actually doesn’t do anything for your body. However, that’s just the beginning. Tendons, ligaments, arteries and veins…

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