Shin Splints

Shin Splints

Medial tibial stress syndrome or more commonly named as shin splits is a common lament for runners, it is best described as a pain along the inside area along the “shin” or tibia, in the early stages pain occurs during the beginning of the activity and goes away...
7 Tips to Help You Start a Morning Exercise Routine

7 Tips to Help You Start a Morning Exercise Routine

Exercising in the morning is recommended for two reasons. First, it gets exercise out of the way before a million excuses start to form. Once you shower and start your day you will not be working up a sweat. Regardless, Then 5:00pm would hit and you would be too tired...
Stress Management and Breathing Exercises for Relaxation

Stress Management and Breathing Exercises for Relaxation

Have you ever noticed how you breathe when you feel relaxed? The next time you are relaxed, take a moment to notice how your body feels. Or think about how you breathe when you first wake up in the morning or just before you fall asleep. Breathing exercises can help...
9 Effective Belly Skin Tightening Tips for Post Pregnancy

9 Effective Belly Skin Tightening Tips for Post Pregnancy

Now that your baby is in your arms, you have surely changed in many ways. And one very obvious change is the shape of your body. It can be quite frustrating to find that even though after delivery, your belly is still bulging! Unlike what you may think, it takes a lot...
What happens to your muscles when you stretch?

What happens to your muscles when you stretch?

What does stretching do, why does it sometimes hurt and how should it make you feel? You know you should stretch’and you know you feel good when you do it. But what actually happens to muscles (and to the body) when you stretch? Where does flexibility come from? Your...
Here’s What Texting Really Does to Your Spine

Here’s What Texting Really Does to Your Spine

Are you currently reading this while hunched over your phone? If so, here’s a very scary wakeup call: Looking down at your phone can force up to 60 pounds of weight on your spine, according to a new study in the journal Surgical Technology International. Most...