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Dara Torres, great genes, and fast-twitch muscle fibers by john k. Posted Fri 19 Dec 2008 12:03pm Jim Lampley: “Do you think you rewrote the rules of career tenure for all swimmers, or did you only really rewrite the rules for Dara Torez because of unique gifts that the universe gave you?” Dara Torres: “I am very fortunate to have great genes, and I do have real fast muscle twitch fibers, and I think it is easier for a sprinter to come b ... Read on »
St. Petersburg Acupuncture Clinic offers Acupuncture for Joint Pain, Muscle Pain, Strains, Sprains, Soft Tissue Injury, Sports I by Melissa G. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Wed 18 Jan 2012 6:50am Acupuncture for Muscle and Joint Pain. Pain due to muscle or joint dysfunction affects us all at some time or another. Whether you injure yourself exercising, develop a problem from hours spent at a computer, or suffer arthritic pain, our acupuncture can provide you with the pain relief you need (and it’s drug free). Everyday we tre ... Read on »
Eye Twitching by Dr. Daniel Kalish Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Sun 14 Sep 2008 3:54pm I have a complex client who has had an eye twitch for a long time. We have tried nutrition, e-stim and nothing seems to work. As well, she is on progesterone cream for her hormones. Well, here are my thoughts: Try Neuromuscular Therapy on the eye. Find someone who can get in there to release the extrinsic muscles of the eye (superior/ ... Read on »
Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS) | Preventing & Treating DOMS by Matt C. Patient Expert Posted Sat 20 Dec 2008 6:44pm Muscle soreness after exercise can put a real kink in your training. Find out what DOMS is, how to prevent it and what you can do to ease delayed onset muscle soreness if you get it. Nearly anyone who works out regularly has experienced sore muscles after exercise. Sometimes you’ll feel it later that night, or the next morning … and in some c ... Read on »
Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness: Part I by Susannyny Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 07 Jan 2009 3:17pm Happy New Year everyone! There's no time for any lallygagging here at Catapult Fitness Blog as we all hopefully by now have our 2009 fitness goals in place (read: written out on a piece of paper with an associated plan of action!). You plan to work out hard this year and rest assured you are going to be sore. Personally, I like the ... Read on »
Health Tips for July 29 by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Tue 28 Jul 2009 10:32pm Health Tip: Why Do My Muscles Twitch? Muscle twitches, especially involving the eyelids, calf or thumb -- are fairly common. Rarely, they can be a sign of a nervous system disorder, the U.S. National Library of Medicine says. Signals of a serious muscle problem include a change in muscle sensation, size, and a feeling of muscle weakness. ... Read on »
5 Signs That You Are Overtraining by Chris .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 13 Sep 2010 11:57am Rodrigo Cayo (DREAM) Some of us leading a healthy lifestyle seem to get too carried away with things and sometimes end up training too much in spite of our bodies telling us no. The problem is we can become pretty bad at listening to the signals our bodies put out, sometimes all we need is a day of total rest with nothing more than ma ... Read on »
Health Tips for September 1 by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Mon 31 Aug 2009 10:23pm Health Tip: Strengthen Your Shoulders If you're plagued with persistent shoulder pain or weakness, you may need to strengthen the shoulder muscles. The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons offers these suggested exercises: Tie an elastic tube to a doorknob. Then gently pull the tubing toward you, hold for five seconds, and repeat ... Read on »
Controlling the Muscle Spasms of Multiple Sclerosis by Jeff Pile Posted Thu 26 Aug 2010 3:33pm My left tri-cep muscle has been twitching for 3 days so I checked into it and found this article. Many people with multiple sclerosis experience spasticity, or muscle stiffness and spasms. It usually affects the muscles of the legs and arms, and may interfere with the ability to move those muscles freely. Spasticity can occur eith ... Read on »
The Lengthy Symptom list for Fibromyalgia by VADiva Patient Expert Posted Tue 23 Dec 2008 9:43pm 1 Comment The guides to FMS at have put together a rather exhaustive list of FMS symptoms that has completely knocked my sox off. Here is their list: General Fibromyalgia Symptoms * Delayed reactions to physical exertion or stressful events * Other family members with fibromyalgia (genetic predisposition) * Sweats * Unexplained ... Read on »