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The Different Types of Fascia and What They Mean for Your Health

The Different Types of Fascia and What They Mean for Your Health

One factor that makes my work as a doctor and physical trainer challenging is the dearth of knowledge about the fascia among laypeople. You would understand my frustration if you've ever tried searching for fascia resources online outside of scientific publications....

How and Why You Should Relax Your Lower Back

How and Why You Should Relax Your Lower Back

One reality about the human body that many of us tend to forget is that it’s an interconnected system. It functions as a whole unit rather than a collection of isolated parts. So we disregard tension in one part of the body as a localized problem, not realizing that...

Why You Should Learn to Float Your Head

Why You Should Learn to Float Your Head

Heavy is the head that wears the crown, and so is the head that is misaligned. Literally. In a neutral position, the head exerts 10-12 lbs of stress on the spine. This weight dramatically increases as the head is tilted forward. The cervical spine receives 27 lbs of...

Why Lifting the Torso is the Key to a Healthy Spine

Why Lifting the Torso is the Key to a Healthy Spine

Poor posture is one of the most prevalent maladies of the modern working population. When we’re not hunched over our laptops, most of us look down at our phones in an endless scroll. Most of us are aware that it’s suboptimal to hold this awkward position. But few...

How Hollowing the Abs Supercharges Your Health and Athleticism

If you’re a fan of working out, your instructor has probably cued “engage your core!” enough times for it to be drilled into your head. Trust me when I say, they mean well. The core is consequential to all movement. Whether you’re only standing upright or throwing a...

Why You Should Mind Your Feet More

How often do you notice your feet on any given day? Barring any foot pain or injuries, I’m guessing that your feet rarely ever make it to the hundreds of concerns passing through your head. If that’s the case, allow me to let you in on an insider tip: Your foot health...

Do You Really Need ‘Pain’ to Incur Muscle ‘Gains’?

Do You Really Need ‘Pain’ to Incur Muscle ‘Gains’?

Neither exercise novices nor certified fitness fans are strangers to delayed onset muscle soreness. Acronymed DOMS and also called "muscle fever", it is the tender, aching feeling we get after a particularly challenging workout. While some people hate it, others wear...

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