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Sport & Wellness

If you own a proper bicycle, road cycling is a great way to maintain physical fitness during the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Even if the type of bicycle you own is less than a professional cycling sportbike, riding any bicycle outside can be a great way to maintain your physical and mental health.
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Sciatic nerve pain is often associated with lower back pain, but the sciatic nerve runs from the back down to the knees and can affect quite a large area. There are several things you can do to treat sciatica during this time of isolation through the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, or any other time.
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Massage balls and massage guns both promise relief for sore knotted tired muscles. Which is better to purchase and use, though? When you look for a massage tool, you want something that will increase blood flow, decrease lactic acid and Interrupt the pain cycle in the brain.

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Everyone is out of their normal routines, and it’s easy to feel inundated with extra stress and an incredible amount of information at this time. How should you ensure your mental health during this season?
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When you train for increased strength, you are training differently than when you train for endurance. It all comes down to the length of time you are training, the number of repetitions (as well as built-in rests), and how much weight you are lifting.
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If you are in the medical field, you are likely working some extra-long hours right now, giving your all to help the world fight against the terrible coronavirus! How can you ensure that you do not suffer from unnecessary pain and fatigue?
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Sometimes kinesiology tape is confused with athletic tape (despite athletic tape almost always coming only in a bland, white color) – but these two tools are actually quite opposite of each other.
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With everyone minimizing time in the gym for now, there are still plenty of exercises you can do from home with minimal equipment. Continuing to exercise is vital to both physical and mental health.
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Patellofemoral Syndrome is the experience of pain around the patella or kneecap, including the soft tissues and bone around the kneecap. It is also known as runner’s knee or jumper’s knee.
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“Arms Day… Legs Day…” perhaps you’ve heard other people comment on what “day” in their weekly training routine they are on, or maybe you even have a routine yourself that divides your focus onto different muscle groups on a rotating basis. 
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Whether you are a concerned parent or a youth yourself who is interested in beginning weight training, we will tell you upfront that you should find this article encouraging! 
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Say that you have an injury – and you can walk on your affected knee, or ankle, or move your arm or wrist somewhat functionally – but you’re not sure if it’s a sprain or a strain. How can you tell?
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