This past month I realized my lack of awareness about the value of magnesium, calcium, and vitamin D. So I thought I’d share what I’m learning that I think we all deserve to know.
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The tricep is the muscle behind the upper arm. And while many people, especially men, work hard on developing their biceps, people need to also develop the triceps for symmetry and proper muscle balance.
We try our best to eat healthy, even spending a little more to buy organic and non-GMO food. But it seems we live in a time where it no longer matters.
Aches and pains are a struggle any time of day. But first thing in the morning, even prior to getting out of bed, pains can really knock the wind out of you and steal the joy of a day before it’s even begun.
Weight loss is a very difficult thing. What’s more, being overweight or obese can make exercising extremity difficult, which can lead to a host of serious health conditions including metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, depression, chronic pain and premature death.
Core stability and strength are important for exercise, fitness and all aspects of physical life. We must have stable abdominal, hip and low back muscles do much to keep us upright, balanced and able to lift objects.
Heart disease is the No. 1 killer in America. The sad news is that for most, heart disease is preventable and reversible, yet many don’t take the necessary self-control steps to do so.
Tightness, pain and restricted range of motion in the upper back, shoulders and neck are common. But they don’t have to be.
For most of us, we don’t die because of natural disaster or traumatic event. No, our deaths are slow and deliberate and based on our lifestyle choices. We die from diseases, preventable diseases, like type 2 diabetes and heart disease: in other words, disease of luxury, or what some could call, laziness.
Lower body strength is vital to overall fitness and to quality of life. Leg strength, hip strength, coordination of lower body muscle groups, endurance and balance are needed in all aspects of daily living.
Modern science has developed some treatment options that include radiation and chemotherapies, and these help many patients to survive by pushing their cancers into remission. But the side effects are not nice at all.
For the weak, elderly or injured, getting out of bed and up from a chair safely, and easily, is vital to quality of life. But many struggle, causing stress, pain, and sometimes injury.
Every day people experience pain and physical injury from simple things. You can develop a stiff neck from sleeping wrong or a twisted ankle from a wrong step in sports or suffer broken bones from accidents.