• MARCH 5, 2014
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    Taking Care of Yourself

    Most adults have responsibilities to their career, family, and finances.  They always seem to be in a rush.  They are too busy to take a holiday, eat breakfast, sleep, stretch, exercise, and so on.  Not surprisingly, many people suffer from a stiff neck that they have had since high school, or have frequent headaches.  Without

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    • SEPTEMBER 5, 2017
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    Stretching Before & After Physical Activity

    By stretching on a regular basis the muscles and joints within a person’sbody will be able to bend, twist, and reach with ease. This is because when the body stretches it makes muscles easier to bend and move while at the same time retraining the nervous system to become more adaptable to the new capabilities

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    • MARCH 2, 2018
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    Staying Active and Safe in the Great Outdoors this Summer

    A few ideas for keeping safe on your Summer fitness journey! It’s a wonderful feeling to know spring is right around the corner! It’s important to break away from the short cold days of winter and feel the enthusiastic embrace of the warming outdoors. There are many great ideas and ways to get your body

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    • APRIL 24, 2015
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    Sports Injury Part 3: Acute Injuries

    Knee Acute injuries can occur in the knee from a sudden trauma or blow or from an abnormal twisting/movement. Some acute injuries that are common with the knee include: sprains/strains, ligament tears, fractures, or dislocation. A sprain is the stretching or tearing of a ligament. Sprains can vary in degree; mild, moderate and severe. Moderate

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    • DECEMBER 23, 2014
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    Sports Injury Part 2: Common Injuries

     Sports and training injuries can occur in many different joints and muscles in the body, the most           common injuries occur in the knees, shoulder, and lower back; they can either be overuse or acute  injuries. The difference between the two types of injury is that overuse injuries are generally self-treatable

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    • MARCH 5, 2014
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    Shoveling Snow

    Shoveling Snow Here are a few tips to help prevent injury while shoveling your driveways this winter: 1) Don’t let the snow pile up: Keep your eyes on the weather reports to find out if there will be several days of snow.  Frequent shoveling allows you to move smaller amounts of snow at once. 2)

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