Friday, April 30, 2010
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Saturday, April 24, 2010
Best Sources of High Antioxidants Foods
Berries (Cherry, blackberry, strawberry, raspberry, crowberry, blueberry, bilberry/wild blueberry, black currant), pomegranate, grape, orange, plum, pineapple, kiwi fruit, grapefruit.
Kale, chili pepper, red cabbage, peppers, parsley, artichoke, Brussels sprouts, spinach, lemon, ginger, red beets.
- Dry Fruits high in antioxidants
Apricots, prunes, dates.
Broad beans, pinto beans, soybeans.
- Nuts and seeds
Pecans, walnuts, hazelnuts, ground nut, sunflower seeds.
Barley, millet, oats, corn.
cloves, cinnamon, oregano
Friday, April 23, 2010
Thursday, April 22, 2010
|IMBALANCE||WEAK MUSCLES||TIGHT MUSCLES|
|Feet turned out||Gluteus medius||Soleus|
Monday, April 19, 2010
head - Skin & Hair Care Products that use KAKADU PLUM - the highest contense of Vit C in a plant
17. Anti-atherosclerotic (prevents hardening of arteries)
18. Cardioprotective (protects the heart)
Sunday, April 18, 2010
the positioning of the feet & knees speak volumes
for current problems & possible future injuries
if we can correct the way we operate on a regular basis:
walking, running, sitting and standing
we can prevent this issues from arising
These individuals, whether it is their joints (Rheumatoid Arthritis), their tendons or bursae (Connective Tissue Rheumatism), their muscles (Regional Myofascial Pain Syndrome) or their whole entire body (Fibromyalgia), struggle day in and day out with nowhere to turn.
Since I have utilized Vibration Therapy to treat these patients, one thing has been clear; the ability they have to push their bodies physically while reducing their pain is unlike any other intervention.
Vibration Therapy as well as Vibration Training, when done correctly and safely, is a highly beneficial exercise program with little to no negative musculoskeletal stress."
"self myofascial release"
Foam rollers are the poor mans massage therapist, soft tissue work for the masses.
The simple act of sitting at a desk all day can compel certain muscle groups to become short and tight while underutilized muscles grow weak. Effects of this bodily disparity range from piriformis syndrome to exercise-related injury---a high likelihood if you perform movement with the poor form that results from such muscle imbalances.
Rolling can provide great benefit both before and after a workout. Foam rolling prior to a workout can help to allow for better warm-up. Rolling after a workout may help to aid in recovery from strenuous exercise.
Let me show you how it's done!