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Advantages of Yoga For Sportsmen

27th June 2009
More athletes are turning to yoga as an auxiliary exercise routine to mend the imbalance in their body and to increase their performance in their chosen field of sport. Whether you are a golfer, basketball, tennis, or football player, the mind body connec... Read >
Author: Joe Rios

Exercise Routine - How to Get Big Shoulders

21st June 2009
Knowing how to get big shoulders and cover up people boney bits so always seem to stick out, is one of the most common questions skinny guys suffer when it comes to constructing muscle and gaining mass. Big broad shoulders create an imposing and confid... Read >
Author: Muscle Man

How To Streamline Your Waistline

29th May 2009
In contemporary times, many people are becoming more aware of fitness. Depictions of fit individuals can be seen hundreds of times a day gracing the pages of fitness magazines, newspapers, and commercials. Among many similarities in all of these pictures,... Read >
Author: chaoticconformity

Neck Injury Due to Car Accident!

12th May 2009
Suffering injuries in an accident can indeed be a devastating experience. An accident victim not only suffers physically but also emotionally. One has to spend a huge amount of money for medical expenses. Not to mention the emotional trauma post accident.... Read >
Author: Kirthy

Suffering From Degenerative Knee Cartilage Problems? - Don't Settle - Banish The Pain!

08th May 2009
Is your knee giving you problems?In the end, when it comes to our knees and how they perform, even a small issue can be of concern.Debilitating pain combined with a progressively limited range of motion is symptomatic of degenerative knee cartilage. Also ... Read >
Author: support.drbrace@gmail.com

Oh, My Aching Neck

16th April 2009
Did you ever wake up in the morning and feel a kink or stiffness in your neck? You probably thought you slept with your neck in a twisted position. If it`s bad enough, it can really hurt and the pain might even radiate to your shoulders. That kind of stif... Read >
Author: Louise Green

Special Report On Bad Knee Cartilage - Brace Yourself For Pain Reduction

08th April 2009
Bad knee cartilage makes no distinction between age or sex and can affect both young and older men and women. There are many reasons why you might have this condition. It can be caused by a sports injury, or just from the wear and tear on the joint over t... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

Quick Fix for Gout - Send the Pain Packing with These 6 Tips

13th March 2009
Gout is a medical condition that can be controlled with dietary changes. However, controlling the gout is not a guarantee. In many cases, a person will still experience an attack with gout. These attacks generally come on in the middle of the night, wakin... Read >
Author: Alvin Hopkinson

Top 6 Fitness Components

11th March 2009
Following are the Physical Fitness Components : 1. Speed: Speed is the ability of a person to execute motor movements with high speed in the shortest period of time. It is equal to the distance covered per unit of time. the element of speed is involved... Read >
Author: Body Fitness

Exercise To Become Flexible

04th March 2009
Flexibility exercise and training allows the body the activity it needs in order to achieve a wider range of motion. The joints as well as the muscles surrounding it can deteriorate or can only enjoy limited range of movement over time if seldom used. Wit... Read >
Author: Joaquin Sanders

Thick, Cannon-ball Shoulders In Minutes

17th February 2009
If you're looking to develop an impressive, muscular physique, well-developed shoulders are an absolute must. Thick, round "cannon ball delts" will make your upper body appear wide and powerful and will help immensely in creating the v-tapered look that a... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Killer Ab Workouts You Can Do At Home

20th January 2009
When most people attempt to perform ab workouts at home, they usually just lie on the floor and engage in a marathon of crunch repetitions. This all too common approach will never lead to a well-balanced set of six pack abs. First of all, the crunch ca... Read >
Author: John Alvino

Physiotherapists and a Colles Fracture

20th January 2009
A fall on the outstretched hand (FOOSH) is a common occurrence and often results in a Colles' fracture, a fracture of the distal inch of the radius and ulna next to the wrist. Treatment is immobilisation in a splinting material such as Plaster of Paris fo... Read >
Author: David Ravech

Building Muscular Calves The Sure Way

09th January 2009
Do you want muscular calves? building big calves takes tremendous effort for the simple fact that the calves are tough muscles, they carry the body they whole day without a beat. so you cant use a regular calves workout and hope to get great results! M... Read >
Author: rom

What is Pulled Muscle Pain?

08th January 2009
Pulled muscle pain can be extremely painful and may affect daily activities. There are approximately 696 muscles in the body (347 paired and 2 unpaired) and if you take due care, you can make sure to keep them safe from harm. One way to prevent pulled mus... Read >
Author: painrelief
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