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2019 Fitness Boot Camp: Day 7

In today’s boot camp workout we will be increasing our flexibility, range of motion, and working on maintaining our mobility.  Flexibility is an often overlooked aspect of health contributes to our well being and may actually prevent injuries on strength training days. 52 more words

Flexibility

What Can I Do...

A few blogs back I spoke about why I’m not sharing pictures. This though, I don’t mind sharing.

Having been so down and grumpy for the last few days, an obvious reason is because I haven’t been able to dance. 110 more words

Recovery

Exercise: What Are Proper Squats?

Many exercisers—and fitness trainers—obsess over “strict” form during resistance training. The problem with that is disagreement over what constitutes proper form. And not everyone keeps up with the latest research. 26 more words

Exercise

Elastic Changes of the Coracohumeral Ligament Evaluated with Shear Wave Elastography

Author: Kenji Kanazawa

Abstract

Background:

Although the shoulder range of motion significantly decreases with advancing age, how the natural aging process affects the joint capsule, including the Coracohumeral Ligament (CHL), in healthy subjects is still unknown. 209 more words

Bentham Open

What Makes A Good Exercise?

If you step into a good gym, it is quite possible to get overwhelmed by countless possibilities to train. Different machines, barbells, dumbbells, kettlebells, bodyweight exercises, there is much to choose from and you have to select an exercise for your training program. 1,206 more words

Training

Thursday Soul Food: These aches and pains and Psalms

If you read the Healthy Girl posts I put out weekly – rather if you have for a while – you know I have plantar fasciitis and a knee that is not my friend… 440 more words

brown little monkies shirt

In my quest for a nice fitting lady dress shirt with lots of arm movement I have come a long way. I now have an armhole that gives a good range of movement. 116 more words

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