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Rotator Cuff Injury Exercises Can Help You Heal Your Shoulder Without Surgery

20th November 2008
Are you tired of living with the pain in your shoulder? You had hopes that, with a little rest, it would heal. Finally, you decide to get checked out by your doctor. Prognosis: Torn rotator cuff. What's your next step? You may choose rotator cuff injury e... Read >
Author: Matt

Rotator Cuff Rehabilitation - Heal Shoulder Pain Naturally With Home Rehab

13th November 2008
You've been living with the shoulder pain for a while. Maybe you thought the pain would go away after a few weeks but it didn't. Your doctor discovers a tear. So what should you do? There's really only a couple ways to go: surgery or rotator cuff rehabili... Read >
Author: Matt

Natural repair for knee/elbow joint pain with advanced formulas!

30th March 2008
The joint is one of the most essential components that allow for movement to happen. Connecting various bones and elements, this structure collaborates with the muscles and provides us with enhanced functionality on a daily basis. We depend on the healthy... Read >
Author: Clint Jhonson

How deep should you squat?

28th March 2008
This is a debate that has raged among fitness professionals and keen gym goers for many years. Now a number of people will tell you that if you don't go below parallel then you're not squatting correctly. Here's where I have a problem with that advi... Read >
Author: AlexPoole

The Beowulf Workout

26th March 2008
High Intensity Interval Strength Training: A Special Workout Report "Beowulf" In a legendary time of Heroes the mighty warrior Beowulf was the most prolific of all. He was proficient by Sea and Land; he possessed strength, speed, and power; his char... Read >
Author: Jerry Hill

Shoulder Exercises for Joint Stability

10th June 2007
Exercising the shoulder joint involves not just one, but 3 complex joints, therby increasing the risk of overuse injuries to the shoulder girdle. ? The sternoclavicular joint is the only place that the upper extremity is actually attached to the rest o... Read >
Author: Jennifer

Flexibility Secrets

31st January 2007
Here's an excellent list of different stretches that should be an amazing help to anyone who wants to improve their flexibility... The different types of stretching are: 1. ballistic stretching 2. dynamic stretching 3. active stretching 4. passive (o... Read >
Author: Christopher Guerriero
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