The Internet is a treasure trove of information and content. Here’s a sampling of health and wellness related items that caught my eye this week. Enjoy!
A large percentage of the population deals with back pain. If that’s you, follow these steps to feel and perform better.
As someone with an old knee injury that has already led to some arthritis, I have a special appreciation for how exercise improves knee arthritis.
With age, we sometimes lose the “fun” component of our workouts. However, there’s great value in carving out some play time within your workout.
Need a great exercise to help relieve back pain? Look no further:
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When you're dealing with back pain, simple exercises can often yield big results. In today's video I walk you through how to use a chair or table to provide back relief. When paired with some focused, deep breathing you also get the added benefit of strengthening the muscles that support your spine. Open up what's tight and strengthen what's weak. Sound familiar❓ #backpain #exercise #move #injury #strengthtraining #personaltrainer #onlinepersonaltraining #vitalifit #educate #engage #empower #yoga #lowbackpain #backpain #reducepain #strenghttraining #wanttofeelbetter #cronicpain #benefitsofstrengthtraining #ouchthathurt #backpainrelief #msfight #wednesdayexercise
Before you spend money on supplements, make sure you’re checking these boxes:
The 3 best performance-enhancing supplements on the market are— Alan Bishop (@CoachAlanBishop) July 17, 2019
1. 8 Hours of Sleep
2. Real Food
Keep it simple, no excuses, go do it:
The value of simplicity is it forces you to execute.— Brian Kight (@TBrianKight) July 14, 2019
When it’s simple, there is no justifiable reason for not doing it.