Is your child complaining of knee pain?
Does it get worse with jumping sports?
Is there a painful lump on the shin bone?
So we have all heard the saying “lift with your legs, not your back,” but do you know why?
Tis the season for all sorts of athletes to get cramps when exercising. Whether you play football, tennis, run or bike, exercise-associated heat cramps (EAHC) can be quite painful and debilitating.
Most people who exercise have a pretty good idea that protein is a key ingredient in getting stronger and recovering from a workout. Research shows that 20 to 30 grams of protein consumed within 30 minutes of a workout is optimal for muscle recovery and growth.
Did you recently injure a part of your body? Were you helping someone move and “throw out” your back? Playing a pick-up basketball game and roll your ankle? Throw a ball and feel a pop in your shoulder? Hit your head and still have a headache three days later?
Do you have weight to lose but aren’t really motivated to do it? Would you like to go on vacation, get some new clothes or win money?