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Best Shoulder Braces for a Rotator Cuff Tear?

19th February 2010
The rotator cuff, what is it? The shoulder joint consists of a group of four tendons and muscles which form the rotator cuff. When the rotator cuff gets injured, it is the tendons that get injured. These tendons connect the muscles of the rotator cuff to ... Read >
Author: J. Pal

Hand Braces for DeQuervain's Tendonitis- What Are the Best Ones?

18th February 2010
What are the causes of DeQuervain's Tendonitis? Overuse and new repetitive activities are a cause. The condition causes an irritaion of the tendona at the base of the thumb. What are the symptoms of DeQuervain's Tendonitis? If you have pain in your whe... Read >
Author: J. Pal

How To Win A Street Fight Against Someone Bigger Revealed!

02nd February 2010
So if you were stuck in the position of facing off against a much bigger opponent and your no martial artist, what would you do? Well you don't need to goto a self defense course or martial arts dojo because in this special article I will show you how to ... Read >
Author: Steve Gib

2 Tricep Exercises Superset

19th January 2010
For sexy, sculpted arms that every bodybuilder workout wants they try to shape in the top of their triceps. That's why we give you the true tricep exercises that target the entire triceps muscle. Each of this given workouts has one slight variation to cha... Read >
Author: DewaldtK01

Understanding the Many Benefits of Zumba

12th November 2009
Some individuals may think that Zumba is just another overhyped exercise program. Although, you could not understand that it genuinely took years to develop and is truly unique because of the variety of influences and original approach to exercising and d... Read >
Author: kayla

Why are Abdominals Important – Understanding the Parts and Functions of Abdominal Muscles

05th October 2009
You're probably asking yourself, "Why are abdominals important?" I think it's good that you raised that query. It's important that you become familiar with the different parts of your abdominal muscles and their functions before kicking off your abs wo... Read >
Author: Travis Hunt

5 Essential Components to Optimal Physical Fitness

18th September 2009
If you look up the words "physical fitness" in several dictionaries, you will get several definitions that are similar, but not identical. But, the one common theme you will see is "a state of well-being in which performance is optimal, often as a result ... Read >
Author: Paul C. Stokes

Case Studies of Using Frequency Specific Micro current

02nd September 2009
New Injury Case Report The patient was a 19 year old male driver of a vehicle rear-ended by another vehicle travelling approximately 60 miles an hour. The injuries expected from this magnitude of collision would have been significant and the patient wo... Read >
Author: munaf

Dog Spondylosis Deformans Disease

29th August 2009
Spondylosis deformans (sometimes called Bone Spurs) is a condition in which bridges are formed along the ventral (bottom) parts of the vertebrae of dogs. Human, domestic cat, bull and even whales have been diagnosed with this condition. The term "spondyli... Read >
Author: hannah

Computer Related Ergonomic Problems

18th August 2009
Computer-Related Ergonomic problems can be caused by both work-related and non-work related factors. Computer-related Ergonomics problems are conditions which affect millions of people every single day. These Computer-related Ergonomics problems are only ... Read >
Author: AcquiredHope

Reduce Man Boobs Quickly

17th August 2009
If you've ever tried to reduce man boobs, you probably know how maddening it can beat times be. Man boobs typically occurs when you have a high body fat p.c. or when your body starts to store fat in the most unlikely places particularly around your chest.... Read >
Author: Pedro Pollard

Strength Building with Isometric Exercises

08th August 2009
When you are doing isometric exercises for strength building how many reps and sets should we be doing. Do we treat this the same as when working out with weights. There is the difference that isometrics are done by time and weights are reps and sets. ... Read >
Author: Tim Archbold

Busting Stretching Myths

03rd August 2009
Dr Mel Siff in his usual style, addresses a number of myths about stretching in this great post from the Supertrainig Mailing List - here is the question that brought his response In keeping with this discussion I recently found an excellent literature... Read >
Author: Mel Siff

Taking A Look At The Arched Back Lumbar Stretcher Extender

24th July 2009
According to Medline Plus, back pain affects 8/10 Americans at some point during their lifetimes. The National Institute of Health reports that a number of factors can increase one's risk of developing back problems, such as being overweight or out of sha... Read >
Author: MIKE SELVON

Do At Home Exercises For Frozen Shoulder Pain Relief

23rd July 2009
I tried many exercises for frozen shoulder pain relief, but most of them weren't easy to do at home. They involved help from a physical therapist or complex free weight contraptions. The best way to become pain free is to find exercises for frozen shoulde... Read >
Author: Steve Maltas
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