Athletes are always searching for the edge: to be quicker or faster, to have better balance or coordination, to increase endurance or strength.
There are five main reasons why a healthy, uninjured person needs to stretch.
How many of you have done or do crunches and your neck strains, or you use support or some other method to avoid neck pain? How many of you do them in rapid succession with your feet anchored?
Hi, Mark here, today we are going to talk a little more about Foundation Five strength exercises that have an enormous potential to change your life, at the very least improving its quality.
Therapeutic Physical Care is an evolution in physical training and therapeutics that emphasizes control and awareness of core movement precision rather than on core capacity.
Most people are familiar with cross-training as an exercise strategy. While cross training has its place, let us introduce the concept of counter-training. The purpose of counter-training is to counter, or undo, the negative effects of aberrant or repetitive motions common in life and sport.
Therapeutic Physical Care (TPC) approaches healing by combining the psyche and the physical to overcome and eliminate pain. TPC focuses on correcting habitual irregular body movements and postures (maladaptations) that cause excessive wear and inhibit the symmetrical flow of force and energy through the body.
This is the story of how Dynamic Balance came to be. I’ll spare you the boring childhood part and just say that the story of Dynamic Balance began in Bangor, Maine without my consent, as a student at the University of Maine. In 1987, my fourth year, I was involved in an accident where a car traveling 50 mph mowed me down.