What should you do to keep your back healthy and feeling good? Especially if you have a history of back trouble?
Or do you really need to do any at all? Could you just ignore the extra effort and
….if you want to lose the excess body fat, reduce your risk of Type II Diabetes, and generally feel better.
There’s a growing body of research that strongly suggests that this one thing, one
Truth be told, only in the privacy of my music room…alone…in the dark.
I think my dancing is best summarized by this:
But, there’s a solution.
These are pair of shoes that a parent
Upper back mobility helps you reduce neck pain, shoulder injuries and improves overall posture but most of us are fairly stiff and inflexible in that area of the body.
How do you know if your upper back
Dr. Doug McGuff, in his book “Body by Science: A Research Based Program to Get the Results You Want in Twelve Minutes a Week”, suggests that if you exercise once per week for about twelve total
Your body adapts and learns from what you do…and doesn’t tell you about it.
A few years ago, a friend was in town visiting for a few days. We started talking about basketball and before
“Biological brains are first and foremost the control systems for biological bodies. Biological bodies move and act in rich real-world surroundings.”
– Clark, A (1998)
Most of us lack a little
In the Wall Street Journal, Ron Winslow reports that just because you look thin doesn’t mean you’re not over fat. In fact, scientists have a new term that describes this situation: normal weight