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Strength exercises to help improve your cycling

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Strength training to help improve your speed and prevent injuries. With the 94.7 cycling race just around the corner, we thought we would focus this month’s article on giving some advice on strength exercises to improve your cycling performance. Ideally, one should have been including strength training for at least the last 6 weeks. However, […]

legs shin splints exercises by Fish and Field Biokineticists Bryanston

Shin Splints | Management & Release Exercises

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Understanding Shin Splints, prevention and treatments We have all heard of the term shin splints, and may have personally experienced it at some point. This could occur when either starting a new exercise program, or when increasing your exercise load significantly over a short period. An event leaving many people despondent and frustrated during this […]

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Understanding Back Pain

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Understanding Back Pain and possible treatments Most people experience some form of back pain during the course of their lives. This can be caused by either trauma (injury), or by over- and miss use of muscles. Examples of these are falling and landing badly, car accidents or lifting objects the incorrect way. While malalignment in […]

Improve your sitting posture

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Improve your sitting posture to relieve upper back and neck pain. Are you an office worker? Spending hours in front of a desk and computer? Do you experience upper back and neck pain and ever wondered why? Here is some insight as to why you experience that pain. And how you can improve your sitting […]

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Aging & Activity

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A look at how activity affects aging… by Nicole Fish I saw a fabulous picture the other day with an older lady playing soccer with a bunch of kids that said, “Just because you are getting old, doesn’t mean you have to be old”. We often think of aging, especially after 60, as a lifetime ahead […]