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It is easy to buy into the TV ads that show you amazing products and amazing actors that get great results. It is also amazing how much you can spend on products that end up becoming clothes racks or dust collectors.
While some people will require supervised medical management, many can improve through conservative treatment and following activity guidelines as soon as they are injured.
You can still keep exercising even when temperatures fall. Enjoying the outdoors through exercise is good for your body and can improve your mood too.
With many schools going to virtual learning because of the COVID-19 pandemic, many children no longer have access to school-based physical activities such as extra-curricular sports, physical education classes and recess.
How to stay healthy on the ice, on the bench and in the locker room.
You can’t prevent every bump, scrape and bruise during childhood. But you can help reduce your child’s risk for sports injuries such as strains, sprains and shin splints. Here's how.
If the core is not activated when using resistance, the lumbar musculature will kick in on overload, causing a muscle imbalance. This is often how back pain begins. A few simple steps can prevent lumbar pain when strengthening.
Exercise is one of the most beneficial things you can do for your health. But inadvertent mistakes in the gym could lead to injury -- and hurt, not help, your overall health.