Twice the Workout, Half the Time
Whether you’re an exercise veteran, new to the game or somewhere in between, you’ve probably already learned one of the most important lessons: You have to make time to work out. Chances are your daily schedule isn’t going to open wide anytime soon and give you hour after hour of unfilled time slots to hit the gym.
Everyone’s busier than ever, which means creative ways to stay fit – without going into fits – are becoming increasingly desirable.Read More
How to rehab correctly
by Dr. Jasper Sidhu
With the exception of professional athletes, few people know where to turn after suffering an injury that limits their ability to exercise, perform daily activities – or in worse-case scenarios, even move. The rehabilitation process may seem complicated, but it’s actually fairly straightforward (depending on the injury) once you know the basics. Here’s a little insight on how to rehab right.Read More
By Thomas Michaud, DC
Despite the fact that the overwhelming majority of slow runners instinctively strike the ground with their heels, there is a growing trend among running experts to have recreational runners strike the ground with their mid- or forefoot.
Proponents of the more forward contact point suggest that a mid- or forefoot strike pattern is more natural because experienced, lifelong barefoot runners immediately switch from heel to midfoot strike patterns when transitioning from walking to running.Read More