hanging for shoulder pain

Hanging for Shoulder Pain – A Non Surgical Cure?

Many people suffer from shoulder pain at some point in their lives. There are many contributing factors that can lead to the cause of shoulder pain such as arthritis, bursitis, torn rotator cuff, and...
benefits of stretching

Benefits of Stretching + The Top 5 Stretches

Stretching before any exercising or fitness routine is vital. In fact, stretching is so vital that it should be incorporated as a way of life, every day, whether you are set to exercise or...
Cardiorespiratory Endurance

Cardiorespiratory Endurance: What Is It and Why Should You Care?

Cardiorespiratory endurance is a measure of how well your heart, lungs and muscles work together to keep you active over long, extended periods of time. As you become more active and participate in exercises...
Plantar Fasciitis

Physical Therapy for Plantar Fasciitis

Stabbing pain in the heel, that is usually worse in the morning, is usually one of the most inconveniencing symptoms of plantar fasciitis. Plantar fasciitis is characterized by inflamed tissue that connects the heel...
health gimmicks

Health Gimmicks: What You Need to Know

If you don't live under a rock, and you have social media, chances are you've heard of self-proclaimed products that promise significant weight loss and a new lease on life from your friends. Either...

9 Important Tips for Running in the Rain

Wherever you live, if you’ve developed the routine of running regularly, you’ll inevitably end up running in the rain. Not an issue actually, and you don’t have to take your runs indoors....
pilates

The Top 5 Best Pilates DVDs for Home

Pilates is a type of exercise that was conceptualized and developed by Joseph Pilates after he invested a lot of time studying human anatomy, Zen Buddhism, yoga, and ancient Greek and Roman workout routines....
infused water benefits

Benefits of Infused Water Over Sports Drinks

It goes without saying that increasing your water intake can have many health benefits for your body. On average, it is suggested that the recommended daily water intake for an adult is 64 ounces....
Subscapularis exercises

Subscapularis Exercises To Help You Bounce Back From Injury

The subscapularis is the largest and the strongest of the four rotator-cuff muscles that act on your shoulder, stabilizing it and facilitating inward rotation of the humerus. It is the most-used muscle in the...
vitamin d

Vitamin D Deficiency – More Dangerous Than We Thought?

Believe it or not, all vitamins play a vital role in the level of our health. Most often than not, people tend to take daily vitamins as a way to make sure they are...