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Chest stretch with Swiss Ball | Chest Stretch by Scott W. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 10 Jun 2009 4:04pm Click to Play Chest Stretch, learn to stretch your chest muscles with a swiss ball. Get the best fitness training advice from fitness superstar Scott White: http://www.personalpowertraining.net http://www.myweightworld.com Read on »
The Exercise Ball Stretch by Tara Posted Sat 11 Sep 2010 12:00am I concluded yesterday's post by querying you about your favorite stretch, and I thought it only fitting that I make today's post about MY favorite stretch. It's a static stretch that involves the use of an exercise ball. I don't know where you keep your exercise ball (if you have one), but mine tends to roll between rooms as we consistently kick ... Read on »
Can you hit a golf ball farther by simply stretching your shoulder? » by Chris M. Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 8:30pm This seems like a strange title for a blog post. But one long drive consultant who has experienced the benefits of using the Rotater, sent us the following email: Scott: (Scott Kay, inventor of the Rotater) I’ve been using the Rotater every second day and use it while warming up before a round. I’ve been in [...] Read on »
Why and How to Stretch Before You Throw by Mike Reinold Patient Expert Posted Mon 11 Feb 2013 6:00am Tweet Tweet As baseball and softball season approaches, I wanted to address a few things that I think could really help your performance.  Today, we’ll discuss why you should be stretching before you throw, and more importantly, how to stretch before you throw ... Read on »
Core Training on the Stability Ball by Deni P. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 13 Nov 2009 10:00pm Core Training with the Stability Ball Introduction:   Also known as the Swiss ball, the physioball the stability ball is the most versatile piece of exercise equipment to enter the fitness field in more than a decade.   Was introduced over 90 years ago in the physical therapy arena helping children with cerebral palsy to maintain reflex respon ... Read on »
Core Training On The Stability Ball by Deni P. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 19 Jun 2009 9:46pm Also known as the Swiss ball, the physioball the stability ball is the most versatile piece of exercise equipment to enter the fitness field in more than a decade.   Was introduced over 90 years ago in the physical therapy arena helping children with cerebral palsy to maintain reflex response as well as improve their balance.  Then branched out t ... Read on »
Core Training with Stability Ball by Deni P. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 05 Jan 2010 7:18pm Core Training with the Stability Ball Introduction: Also known as the Swiss ball, the physioball the stability ball is the most versatile piece of exercise equipment to enter the fitness field in more than a decade. Was introduced over 90 years ago in the physical therapy arena helping children with cerebral palsy to maintain reflex ... Read on »
WHY STRETCH? AND FIVE REALLY GOOD STRETCHES by Marla-Deen Posted Thu 22 Sep 2011 8:14pm Regardless of whether you workout daily - run, swim, walk or spend your time at a desk or sitting in a car, stretching SHOULD be part of  your daily routine!  I am such a big believer in stretching.  I am known for plopping down on the den room floor while my family is watching TV and cover a wide range of stretches for any and all sore ... Read on »
Stretch, Stretch, Stretch it Out! by Suzanne B Posted Sat 24 Aug 2013 9:04am I don't think we place as much importance on stretching as we should. Stretching in itself is not some tree-hugging "let me just sit here and breathe" type of activity. If you exercise intensely and regularly, stretching can be pretty painful. That should tell you that your muscles get tenser and tenser and need a release, however ... Read on »
To Stretch, or not to Stretch… by John Elder Posted Wed 16 Nov 2011 1:17pm That is the question, right? I’m sure if I polled everyone reading this article, somewhere around 95% of you would say that you stretch either before or after (or both) exercising. But why do you do it? I’m sure you’ve been told that it’s the “right thing to do,” or that you’ll be able to decrease your soreness the next day, however, ... Read on »