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An Army Of Push-Up Variations

04th January 2012
These push-up variations are great for making your bodyweight workouts more interesting and to place focus on working one particular muscle group over the other by making a few select tweaks: Wide grip push-up. Muscles Worked = Central/Outer Chest. Wit... Read >
Author: adamnicholson

Posture brace for you to correct alignment.

03rd June 2011
Iím usually asked if a posture brace can help with healthy posture correction, and Iíll become honest yes they're able to. Often while performing position correction exercises, some variety of posture corrective brace may just be worn to aid to maintainin... Read >
Author: Margaret Gilliam

What You Should Know About Wheelchair Wheel-Camber

16th March 2011
What You Should Know About Wheelchair Wheel-Camber Tilted-rear-wheels or camber, a popular feature on racing wheelchairs, is being seen more and more on wheelchairs that are used for activities of daily living. One of the advantages of camber is that ... Read >
Author: Alan Stewart

Significance Of Swimming As A Form Of Exercise

13th December 2010
In todayís sedentary lifestyle exercise has become an indispensable activity to be included in the day to day routine. Swimming is second to none and instantly tops the list when it comes to comparison of different types of exercises. The simple reason be... Read >
Author: Tim

About Exercises To Work Your Traps

02nd November 2010
Many people go to the gym each week, never really knowing which exercise works the correct muscle. The trapezius also referred to as traps, are the large shoulder muscles at the back of the neck. In this article, I am going to give you six of the very ... Read >
Author: David

Your Guide to Massive Delts

29th June 2010
Having great, wide shoulders is every man's dream. What better than wide, muscular shoulders to define a man of power and strength. But, not every man is genetically gifted to have wide shoulders. But, every man can build wider shoulders than they already... Read >
Author: Ron Brouchard

How to Bench Press to Get an Explosive Chest! Mind Blowing Keys You Shouldn't Miss at All

20th May 2010
In your quest to get an explosive chest you might be attracted to various new machines in your gym, but do not forget that the humble bench press holds one of the most powerful keys to a massive chest. Use these tips on how to bench press and get that ... Read >
Author: Rahul Talwar

An Alternative to Traditional Exercise: the Rowing Machine

06th May 2010
Ever since I got into sports I have always been looking for exercise equipments that I could use inside my room. There were days when I found it impossible to do road work exercises outside due to weather swings. I went around shopping in fitness stores a... Read >
Author: Issac Christian

Rotator Cuff Injuries

05th March 2010
Most commonly, rotator cuff injuries are associated with situations of overuse in athletes such as swimmers and tennis players. However, this is also a common injury in car accidents. In the case of athletes, the injury to the rotator cuff is a slow, prog... Read >
Author: Jason Epstein

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

Exercise Routine - Build Big Strong Shoulders the Smart Way

02nd July 2009
Building great looking shoulders can make you look stronger and fitter than you actually are. When you see a guy walking along with broad shoulders and a slim waistline, you automatically think of him as fit. If his posture is good and he carries himself ... Read >
Author: Muscle Man

The A-Z Of Learning How to Jump Higher and Increase Your Vertical Leap

06th May 2009
If you undertake any sort of sport, you can enhance your performance by learning how to jump higher. This essay will show you ways and strategies on how to improve your vertical jump. Irrespective of whether you play a sport such as football, baseball, or... Read >
Author: Jason Ryan

What is Bursitis?

05th February 2009
Bursitis is the painful inflammation or irritation of the bursa. The bursa is a soft, tiny, fluid-filled sac that covers and cushions the movement between the bones, tendons and muscles near the joints. There are 160 bursae in the body. The major bursae a... Read >
Author: Fiona Eakin

Pruning the Pot Belly on Slim People

06th June 2008
Being slim is no guarantee for having a flat stomach. Just walk around the beach on a hot summer day and observe the number of thin people with mild to extreme pot bellies. Being underweight does not mean a slim physique or good health. If you want to fir... Read >
Author: Doug

Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Leaky Gut,  Helicobacter Pylori,  CFS and Fibromyalgia. Part 2

07th January 2007
Sufferers following my protocol who have chronic Leaky Gut or IBS symptoms tend not to achieve the same degree of recovery as those who report no gastro-intestinal symptoms. IBS or Leaky Gut sufferers often report having tried long antibiotic regimes,... Read >
Author: Mark Shaw
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