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Conservatory Kits

16th September 2009
Conservatory kits are a great way to improve you the value of your home if done well. Conservatory kits can also be cheap and nasty and create an eyesore. It is a common misconception that all conservatory kits are the same. Well let me tell you now th... Read >
Author: Andrew Savory

Movement Of The Neck-Part Three

08th September 2009
Loss of the ability to move the neck normally means that the capsules of the facet joints, sensitive ligamentous bags around the joints, are exposed to the risks of over-stretching. A sudden turn or twist of the head without thinking can lead to the ends ... Read >
Author: David Ravech

Four Helpful Tips 101: Walking in High Heels

17th August 2009
I started walking with high heel shoes when I was 15, that's when I had my Prom. It was an awkward feeling at first walking in stiletto shoes for about 3 or 4 inches. It was then when I started to like high heels shoes. It took me so long to manage on how... Read >
Author: Carla

Dental Assistant chairs

16th July 2009
Ergonomics has become a popular term in recent times and is associated with almost all professions. The term 'ergonomics' means different things to different people but the concept generally hovers around the design of the work area and equipment, and its... Read >
Author: Luna

Bowling Wrist Pain Helped With Gymnastic Wrist Supports

18th June 2009
Why does wrist pain develop? This article explains how wrist pain occurs, and how gymnastic wrist supports are used to protect your wrists. In summary you can help prevent (and help heal) gymnastic and other wrist pain by wearing the best high quality gym... Read >
Author: Drew Murray

Exercise Routine - Vary Your Walking Routine to Lose Weight

14th June 2009
One of the keys to a successful weight loss walking program is to shake up the everyday walking routine. Instead of walking at the same pace, same way for the same length of time, vary your routine to lose weight walking. By switching up what you regularl... Read >
Author: Muscle Trainer

Don't Let Stress Fractures Mess Up Your Marathon

12th November 2008
On a beautiful day, Kendra goes out for a run. A casual few miles at a relatively easy pace. She has been training on the River Walk religiously after work. The serenity of the sound of her stride on the boardwalk, the wind off the river. is the perfect w... Read >
Author: Dr. Christopher Segler

5 Tips for Dealing with Sore Muscles

24th April 2007
Like everyone else who is hitting the workouts harder and starting to run a bit more to get in shape for summer, your probably feeling the pain. Sore muscle are usually a good sign if you've been working out for awhile. The soreness is caused by tiny tear... Read >
Author: chester ku-lea

Five Tips to De-stress Your Life

08th September 2005
Five Tips to De-stress Your Life Copyright 2005 Kathy Paauw I recently received this e-mail message about stress management (author unknown) ------------------------ A lecturer, when explaining stress management to an audience, raised a gl... Read >
Author: Kathy Paauw
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