Everyone wants to live pain free, maintaining their mobility and flexibility.
Stretching helps you do both. But stretching improperly can hurt you.
That's part of why I chose to interview Brad Walker, Founder and CEO of Injury Fix™ and the Stretching Institute™.
During the interview we were discussing the two main t … Read More
Chances are if you went to public school, you went to gym class. And in gym class you learned that it was important to warm up before you exercise.
What your gym teacher didn’t know was that only some warm up exercises are good for you… and some, when performed incorrectly, can actually weaken your body or cause … Read More
Spinal decompression can provide near instant back pain and sciatica relief by removing pressure placed on nerves where they exit your vertebrae.
Inversion therapy, which has been around in one form or another for over 2,000 years, has been shown so effective at eliminating back pain that 70% of those who tried it were able … Read More
By Lucas Rockwood,
Yoga Body Naturals
"Superfoods" are naturally occurring edibles that are loaded with vitamins, minerals, nutrients, and phytonutrients at levels that far-exceed the average. Superfoods give you a buzz, heal your body, and make you feel fantastic.
Food Makes You Flexible?
Sounds crazy, right? Wel … Read More
Of all the different pain-inducing conditions that billions of people around the world suffer from, very few are as irritating as sciatica. For many sciatica patients, the condition will present with few if any symptoms. Others however will feel mild to severe back and leg pain that may also include numbness and tingling. … Read More
For many of us, myself included, fear is why we don’t do many of the things we need to do to be healthy, to be successful or to be happy. For example there was a period in my life when I didn’t stretch as I should have because I was afraid. Afraid of what, I couldn’t say.
Then I made some major changes in my life, starting … Read More
Stress is one of the leading causes of illness in the United States. In fact, nearly 66% of all signs and symptoms presented in doctors' offices are stress-induced.
The effects of stress include nail biting, anxiety, a racing mind, obsessive thoughts, compulsive behavior, unending worry, muscle tension and spasm, poor appet … Read More