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Lower Body Conditioning after a Stroke: It’s Still Your Job by David D. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 12 Sep 2009 10:06pm By David Dansereau for Stroke Smart Magazine Stroke rehabilitation therapies and modalities for lower-extremity training have indeed advanced in recent years with improved technology. Many of these advances are being driven by what researchers are learning about brain recovery and neuroplasticity. Physical therapists that embrace this c ... Read on »
Strengthening a body part that will increase balance – The Martial Arts Foot by Changing Lives M. Facebook Posted Fri 03 Jun 2011 2:50pm Source:www.atakick.com We walk on it, we run on it, it is used to stand up or sit down, it’s a body part that used to go up and down the stairs, drive a car, ride a bike and even kick. Yes, it’s the foot! “For a body part that we utilize so often it is a neglected part of the body for most people”, states; Tracy Lee Thomas, a Martial Arts M ... Read on »
The 5 Best Indirect Core Stability Exercises for the Upper Body by Eric C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 15 Nov 2013 10:24am Today's guest post comes from Cressey Performance coach, Greg Robins . These tips came about out of necessity in my own program, but can be tremendously useful to just about all gym goers. In the past, I placed most of my core work on lower body training days. Typically, I only have three days where I can really train hard, and only on ... Read on »
Exercise and your health!!!!! by Dr. Virashri R. Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sun 29 Mar 2009 3:40pm Exercise, which includes any physical activity, helps you look and feel better, your posture, stamina and energy levels improve. Regular exercise also combats chronic health conditions like heart disease, osteoporosis, diabetes, hypercholesterolemia, besides depression and stress. BENEFITS OF EXERCISE: 1. Reduces the risk of heart disease ... Read on »
Weight Loss 101: Exercise by PJ S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 10 Feb 2009 10:01am This is the final installment of my Weight Loss 101 series. I hope you've found it beneficial, easy to follow, and practical. My goal with this series was to cut through all the fluff, details and minutia, and just cover the key components and principles 95% of people need to understand in order to experience weight loss and fat loss success. Ok, o ... Read on »
My 3 Favourite Upper Body Exercises by Tracy S. Facebook Posted Fri 26 Aug 2011 9:00am It's Friday!  Time to share some of my favourites ;) A few weeks ago I posted my 3 favourite lower body exercise , so it is only fitting that I follow up with my fave upper body exercises. I am particularly fond of these exercises as they require very little equipment, can be done anywhere at anytime and can be modified to suit every ex ... Read on »
Stair Running Exercise – The Ultimate Weight Loss Workout by Daniel Munday Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Mar 2010 3:43pm Copyright © 2010 system . Visit the original article at http://www.danielmunday.com/stair-running-exercise-the-ultimate-weight-loss-workout/ . Lately I’ve been doing a bit of stair running sessions with my clients – who have a love/hate relationship with them and I’ve also been doing them myself to give my workouts a bit of variety. T ... Read on »
Simple Pleasures, Overnight Oats Success, and Resistance Band Strength Training Workout by fitnesshealthandfood Health Maven Posted Wed 25 May 2011 5:24pm What do you do when you don’t feel like running on a rainy day? Take a ridiculously cute running buddy with you of course! Mosely is hilarious to run with because he looks like a furry rocking horse bouncing along the lake path. It’s particularly fun to take him out on rainy days because he beelines for puddles and happily splash ... Read on »
Does Your Body Have a Set Point For Exercise? [Duelling Research] by Charlotte H. Patient Expert Posted Wed 26 Oct 2011 12:12am Just when you thought it was safe to retrieve the forks and knives you hid during the “Are white potatoes a nutritious natural food or glycemic index hell tuber?” debate, scientists have given us another research study that brings up more questions than it answers.  And this time it’s about your “activitystat”, questioning whether or ... Read on »
Consuming Bodies: The human body in the light of science by Thomas S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 06 Jan 2010 12:00am If you are interested in the history of the body and happen to be in Copenhagen in mid-January, you may consider attending a guest lecture by Ulrike Thoms from Institut für Geschichte der Medizin, Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, titled ‘Consuming Bodies: The human body in the light of science’. The lecture takes place on Tuesday 19 Januar ... Read on »