If there’s one phrase that sends even the most dedicated bodybuilders away screaming, it’s “leg day.”
Whether you’re doing crunches or squats or the wall sitting exercise, leg workouts are usually associated with pain. Not a week goes by
I’ve had the privilege of caring for hundreds of patients from a wide variety of occupations: teachers, plumbers, athletes, general contractors, secretaries, pastors, executives, politicians, homemakers, and countless others.
In doing so, I’ve worked with several high-performance
Since the basis of my practice is chiropractic care, back pain is kind of my bread and butter.
It makes sense: people with inflammatory bowel disorder typically don’t think of chiropractors first when looking for treatment. Eventually, I’ll fix that mindset, but
Last week, we started a series of four exercise videos showing you how to tone up your core muscles using the exercises the U.S. military uses to keep their soldiers in top condition.
I hope you’ve started incorporating the first exercise
General Barnicke: “Where have you been, soldier?”
John Winger: “Training, sir.”
Soldiers: “Training, sir!”
General Barnicke: “What kind of training?”
John Winger: “Army training, sir.”
Soldiers: “Army training, sir.”
That’s one of my favorite movie
When we think about joint pain and stiffness, we usually think of senior citizens. You probably see them all the time (especially if you live here in Southwest Florida) slowly shuffling down the aisles at the grocery store.
I see headlines like this all the time on Facebook. I’m sure you do, too.
Promising big results with minimal personal investment is a trick as old as sales.
The idea is that you can have miracle
If you’ve been following our “Move Right Monday” feature for any length of time, you know that I believe it doesn’t take an expensive gym membership or fancy equipment to develop your stability, flexibility, and motor control, and build