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Johns Hopkins Performs Double Arm Transplant Little Over A Month Ago and Has Movement in One Arm So Far by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 30 Jan 2013 12:55am This is great as he lost all four limbs and served the country and was hurt in Iraq.  It was just done a little over a month ago and he already has some movement with the one arm.  Poor guy doesn’t have legs either so this is big for him.  BD  Twenty-six-year-old Brendan Marrocco was the first soldier to survive losing all fo ... Read on »
I experimented with arm movement during my run by Allen Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 17 Nov 2008 9:07pm During the last half of my run, I experimented with arm-movement. I read the other day that arm movement is very important, because it influences movement of the legs. I've never had good arm movement, although I've noticed that sprinters really pump their arms. I began to move my arms back and forth in sync with my legs. However, I notice ... Read on »
Push the Swing – simple yet effective shoulder & arm movement by Chiman Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 04 Sep 2013 12:00am Tags September 4, 2013 Here is a simple to do movement that works the shoulders in smooth subtle rolling motion.  When used the the diaphragmatic breathing technique it gives an effective and calming effect along with the stretch.  Push the Swing: Starting from ce ... Read on »
Postpartum Weight Loss: Exercises for Flabby Upper Arms by Sara H. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Fri 30 Jul 2010 4:55pm To Sara of Fit by Sara: “Ever since having my first child I’ve had flabby upper arms that jiggle with the slightest movement.  I really hate it! Is there any exercises I can do to get rid of the flab?” From Fit by Sara: “There many exercises you can do to firm the muscles of the upper arms, however one key element is to recognize that you w ... Read on »
Expert Q and A: What are the best ways to tone the arms and upper body? by My Yoga Online Posted Mon 01 Aug 2011 4:16pm Question: What are the best ways to tone the arms and upper body? Answer:  The most effective way to "tone" the arms and upper body are to placing upper body joints/muscles in weight bearing poses.  This weight bearing should keep in mind the lines of gravity so that you are working effectively and efficiently aga ... Read on »
How To Succeed With Arm Fat Loss by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Mon 26 Apr 2010 10:12pm It is very common for women to get so caught up with the diet and exercise part of the arm fat equation that they forget to change how they think for optimal success. And changing your thought patterns is what will ultimately help you succeed. Why are thoughts so important? Because even if you h ... Read on »
P90X Review Day 11, Back and Biceps by Aaron P. Patient Expert Posted Wed 18 Jun 2008 9:08am TheP90X®Back and Bicep workout is a fast-paced routine that pounds on the back and bicep muscles over and over again, providing an incredible workout in a short period of time. Done properly, this workout will effectively stimulate even the most stubborn back and bicep muscles, so if you have trouble growing or developing those areas, you'll love ... Read on »
How will Life Change with a Pacemaker? by ShapeUp .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:49pm ANNOUNCER: After pacemaker implantation, there are important steps and precautions patients must take to ensure that their pacemakers continue to function properly. DOUGLAS P. ZIPES, MD: After the pacemaker is implanted, the symptoms produced by the slow heartbeat or the fast heartbeat should be taken care of by the pacemaker; that's the reason ... Read on »
Arm Toning Exercises For Women by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Thu 10 Jun 2010 12:22am There is a lot of variance between upper arm exercises. Some are astronomically more effective than others. And if you’re doing lots of the infective ones, you could spend an insane amount of time in the gym and not notice any results! To make matters worse, every expert out there has a differen ... Read on »
Learn Ballet Arm Positions and Improve Your Ballet Technique by Dianne B. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 31 Jan 2010 1:35pm Correct and elegant ballet arm positions depend on correct spinal posture, correct hold on the turnout, and correct placement of feet on the floor (and knee positions, if you are hyper-extended). It sounds complex, but ballet body posture is natural and allows for relaxed movements of the neck, head and arms. Following are a few tips so that you ... Read on »