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ACL injuries growing problem for young female athletes First she heard the pop, then she felt the pain. Sixteen-year-old Lindsey Robinson tore the anterior cruciate ligament, or ACL, in her knee during the last game of the 2005 soccer season. She's been s ...
Mar 26 2007 11:21am
Exploding the Six Pack Myth Exploding the Six-Path Myth By Kara Wily Imagine you wanted to design a supportive structure for your torso, you probably would not build a single layer brace that lay down the front of your torso. ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
DOn't forget the cardio. The cardio is the catalyst that exposes the 6 pack. Also - great ... more
Sep 29 2010 6:50pm
An Alternative to Chiropractic Therapy: Rolfing If you're suffering chronic pain that a dozen trips to the chiropractor haven't made any better, you may want to check out one of the hottest trends around: Rolfing. Rolfing was developed by Dr. Ida P ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Rolfing looks relaxing.  Looks like pressure points in a way. more
Aug 27 2009 1:07pm
Get on the Ball! In one of my previous posts, I mentioned my renewed quest to strengthen and stabilize my core. One week in, I remain committed, and am rediscovering the benefits of the stability ball. (I used to own ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Exploring the Root Chakra We are so busy being stressed and cooped up in ourselves and our lives, that we sometimes forget the importance of simply breathing, and not just out of our mouths but using the root of our bodies. ...
Aug 15 2008 11:54am
Any time I'm stuck with feelings of anxiety or powerlessness, I always return to my root c ... more
Aug 18 2008 11:32am
Get On The Ball for Stronger Abs One of today's most versatile pieces of equipment is the stability ball. Here are two exercises that can be performed with a standard stability ball: 1) Trunk Curls - Start with the top of the ball be ...
Jul 02 2007 7:55pm
Hamstring Injuries & Stretching City Sports Magazine has a helpful diagram of the hamstrings which are in the back of the upper legs. They are attached to parts of the pelvis on top and just below the knee joint at their bottom. P ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Bionic Woman forgets the core The Bionic Woman may have technologically enhanced appendages, but what good are they without a strong core? Because core muscles support all movement, core workouts focus on muscles that keep the s ...
Aug 25 2007 6:06am
I've got to put my 'two cents' in to give thumbs up to Nancy's comment about 'core' stre ... more
Mar 10 2008 6:02pm
Keep Your Bucket Full When doing Yoga asana, one way to keep your alignment correct is to imagine a bucket of water cradled within your pelvis. Tilting the hips too far under will cause your imaginary bucket to lose water ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Sleep Your Way Comfortable Sleep positions can make a big difference in how your back feels. If you sleep on your side, draw your legs toward your chest and even opt to put a pillow between your legs for optimum positioning. ...
Oct 29 2007 12:33pm
I agree with what you said that sometimes snoring is caused by the wrong position during s ... more
Jun 25 2012 12:39pm