If you sprain your ankle, don't just stick it in an ice bucket until the pain goes away. A structured, progressive rehab plan is required to ensure that this one ankle sprain doesn't lead to any larger and recurring issues.
Unilateral training is vital in the rehabilitative process in correcting muscular imbalances that can occur after an injury. Learn easy ways to turn traditional bilateral exercises into easy unilateral exercises to prevent injury and improve performance.
Pain science is changing. Long held beliefs surrounding the cause and treatment of pain are being shown to simply not be true. By redefining these three aspects of pain we can create better solutions for long term, sustainable pain relief.
Knee pain is very seldom caused by issues at the knee. To properly rehabilitate knee pain we need to look at causes elsewhere in the body and when we do that, we find that our deficiencies at our hips are often primary contributors.
Breathing is one of the few ways we can influence our autonomic nervous system. It's relation to the diaphragm also makes it an important contributor in protecting our low back from injury and improving athletic performance. Let's discuss what makes our breathing so awesome.
While the effectiveness of supplementation is still up for debate, the real problem with natural forms of supplementation lies in the feeling of complacency it creates that prevents individuals from taking an active approach to their health and wellness.