Muscles are the body’s health engines. Sarcopenia is the gradual loss of muscle mass that can affect people in their 30s and beyond. The main symptoms of sarcopenia are decreased muscle mass and strength. As a result, other symptoms and … Continue reading
Posted in Anatomy/Body Awareness, Exercise/Training/Cardio, Illness/Disease/Conditions, Videos
Tagged Brett Underhill, exercise, fat-loss, fitness, health, Jeffrey Siegel, muscle, nutrition, resistance training, sarcopenia, sleep
Have you ever dealt with frustrating wrist pain or carpal tunnel or tennis elbow or golfer’s elbow or climber’s elbow – pain that is aggravated by typing and computer work? Have you ever wished you could walk one, five or … Continue reading
Posted in Anatomy/Body Awareness, Exercise/Training/Cardio, Injuries
Tagged ben greenfield, ben greenfield fitness, carpal tunnel, climber's elbow, dictating, Dictation, elbow pain, fitness, forearm pain, golfer's elbow, health, joanna penn, standing desk, stress, tennis elbow, writing
Surfer takes to the waves with friend’s disabled mother – video Pascale Honore, who was left paraplegic by a car accident, loves the ocean. Her son’s friend, Tyron Swan, came up with a plan to get her closer to the … Continue reading
April 15, 2014
Tagged goals, health, inspiration, life, motivation, ocean, paraplegic, Pascale Honore, surfing, Tyron Swan
all about nutrition and gut health
Summary: Our gastrointestinal tracts work hard to keep us healthy and happy. When gut health is compromised, we can face major health consequences. Here’s how to use good nutrition to keep your digestion humming along.
Carrying your head forward of your body’s normal center of gravity causes the muscles, bones and other structures of your back and neck to undergo A LOT of unnecessary strain.