Howdy, Until recently, I haven’t met many people who have some calve(s) issues. Nowadays, I am more likely to meet people who suffer from some type of calve(s) discomfort. Of course, a longtime sitting position with no physical activity (sedentary life) raises chance for some discomfort, as well as wearing heels for long time. Also,
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LUKA KOVACEVIC: Foam roller before explosive moves/training, yes or no? DR. JOHN RUSIN: Foam rolling clearly has benefits in terms of local and systemic recovery by tapping into the parasympathetic nervous system and the other mechanisms of recovery, but when it comes to aiding global movement in a pre-training routine, foam rolling is a
Howdy, Many people would like to know the right answer but there is no way to answer it 100% correctly (when it comes to food) because everyone is “different”. I can give you just basic suggestions about what sounds logical to me, and you need to experiment what fits/works best to your body and taste.
Howdy, If you are a fitness pro, you have probably heard an infinite times something like: “So, my goal is losing weight only.” I understand my clients because they think that number on scale is almost the only indicator of everything correlated with well-being (it makes sense), and I feel the urge here (like any
Howdy, In this article, I would like to touch “pros and cons” topics in short and try to find some mistakes both sides maybe make (maybe it sounded a bit arrogant, but I am going to present just my humble opinion to you). Mr. Raymond Verheijen’s (Australian, Portuguese, Spanish… football school – or similar) philosophy
LUKA KOVACEVIC: Does femur fracture by itself can influence on loss of hip mobility after recuperation? DEAN SOMERSET: Any fracture or injury could reduce mobility, depending on severity, location, and other tissues involved. Often if the break is close to the joint it will significantly limit mobility, however it’s not an all the time