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Improving posture for better movement, reducing pain, and avoiding injuries are all well addressed, but what about improving posture to improve mood? Depression statistics continue their dismal climb with major depressive disorder affecting 14.8 million American adults and mild depression affecting an additional 3.3 million in a given year (1).
Written by Gabby Reece at gabbyandlaird.com Lets face it: unless you are naturally flexible or have become flexible as a result of being involved in something like martial arts or Yoga, you’re probably ignoring one of the most important aspect of fitness. Quite simply, most of us don’t like to stretch.
Athletes of all fitness levels and backgrounds are challenging themselves, in droves, to the hottest fitness trend – obstacle course races. Races like Tough Mudder and Warrior Dash – two of the most recognized competitive adventure-style obstacles – have skyrocketed in popularity in recent years. Dubbed by some as the era
Eating red meat at least five times a week increases your risk for colon cancer by 400 % in comparison to eating it less than once a month. Vegetarians have a 24 % lower risk of mortality from heart disease than non-vegetarians. Given these statistics, it comes as no surprise
Brought to you by Trigger Point — Myofascial Compression Technique (MCT) is defined as building compression in a targeted muscle and moving the distal limb through a range of motion which replicates function. MCT is Trigger Point Performance’s revolutionary form of self myofascial release that systematically restores tissue elasticity, enhances