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P90X Round 2 Day 17: Arms, Shoulder, and Ab Ripper X by Jeff Irvin Patient Expert Posted Tue 10 Feb 2009 12:30pm "Tip of the Day: Do not smash your face!" -Tony Horton Today was Arms, Shoulders, and ARX. This is quickly becoming one of my favorite workouts now that I am using dumbbells instead of resistance bands. The bonus round is just ridiculous and my shoulder and triceps are just on fire. Excellent workout! Also, I have now been using Cell Mass ... Read on »
P90X Round 2 Day 71: Chest, Shoulders, Triceps, and ARX by Jeff Irvin Patient Expert Posted Mon 30 Mar 2009 4:27pm Good day everyone! Sorry for the late post but I had my fantasy baseball draft tonight - yes I am a geek and completely comfortable with it! Today was Chest, Shoulders and Triceps -- I freaking love this workout. My arms always feel like a couple of pieces of spaghetti when I am done. Oh, and Steve, I did 15 reps on the Pike's Peaks today a ... Read on »
Nursing School on Steroids – Part Two: Right Shoulder Surgery by thepropatient Posted Mon 01 Feb 2010 6:05pm The first semester of nursing school was over and rather than vacation somewhere or work, I was getting ready for right shoulder surgery. I had learned from others experienced with shoulder surgeries that there were many things my doctor hadn’t told me. First, the pain after shoulder surgery is so severe that you can’t lie down – for week ... Read on »
Bryant had right shoulder surgery by zhentbo Posted Sat 13 Oct 2012 2:16am Bryant had right shoulder surgery, Pan himself had confirmed that his shoulder injury and old wounds do not have any contact during the year and not so serious."The shoulder is a bit sore before, much better now, there is no need to check."Kobecheap nike air max 95   Bryant said.In addition, Bryant had his fans through FaceBook to communi ... Read on »
left shin, right shoulder by Joan H. Patient Expert Posted Wed 26 Mar 2008 12:00am I should know better than to open my mouth at the dermatologist's. I went yesterday for my semi-annual "mole check" and asked him about the spot on the shin and the small non-healing wound on my shoulder. Today, he biopsied both of them -- punched out the shin, shaved the shoulder. Whee! I'm wondering if I'm undergoing all t ... Read on »
Metabolic Diet Review by Timothy C. Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 4:12pm This is Part 1 in a 2 part series. For Part Two in our series of reviews of MD+ Click Here! Approximately 4 weeks ago I began incorporating Metabolic Diet Supplements (MD+) into my nutritional arsenal. My experience with the product has been most interesting and I wanted to report back to you, my readers, and fill you in on some interest ... Read on »
... by passion4living Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenFacebook Posted Mon 15 Apr 2013 8:13pm The Beacons of Light ~ Re-minders from Home April 15 2013 ~ Meteors - The Seeds of Life ~ Who Built the Pyramids? The Beacons of Light Re-minders from Home are presented Live on the internet, transcribed and posted here on the 15th of each month. The next Lightworker VirtualLight Broadc ... Read on »
How to Look Better in Ten Years’ Time by Nicci T. Health MavenFacebook Posted Thu 05 May 2011 10:40am I took part in an anti-ageing feature recently for Red magazine (June issue, out now). I had to fill in a health habits questionnaire and supply some close-up pics of me in my smalls for their health experts to analyse. I thought it would be an interesting experiment given that I have a fair amount of stress as a single working mum, and live by ... Read on »
Shoulder Notes: Your Rotator Cuff, Shoulder Impingement, Shoulder Anatomy and more by Chris M. Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 7:56pm What is your Rotater Cuff and How can it be injured? One of the most common injuries of the shoulder involves the rotator cuff. But exactly what is the rotator cuff and what does it do? Kennedy Brothers Physical Therapy out of Boston posted a very good article about the rotator cuff written in easy-to-understand terms. Their article inclu ... Read on »
To the Warrior, there's only one goal in life: To be stronger than the previous day. by Richard S. Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Dec 2008 12:19pm The Warrior awakens before the sun rises. To the Warrior, there's only one goal in life: To be stronger than the previous day. This means he must battle complacency and inner weakness. The Warrior must first win the struggle taking place within himself. The, he must overcome every external adversity that is presented before him. All of these adv ... Read on »