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the geometry of anatomy

The Bones of Tensegrity<p>copyright T. Flemons 2012<p>(note: In this paper I assume some familiarity with tensegrity and the issues raised when applying it …

Pain

Stabilizing the Scapulae for Overhead Pressing - Juggernaut

Ivan Abadjiev, the great Bulgarian weightlifting coach made the world take notice when his team started dominating Olympic contests and international …

The Anatomy Trains �Recipe�

<b>Originally published in Massage Bodywork magazine, June/July 2004. Copyright 2003. Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals. All rights reserved.</b><p>…

Thomas Myers' Pain

To Roll or Not to Roll?

Foam rolling or also called self myofascial release is getting popular in fitness, exercise therapy and manual therapies. It is claimed to be an …

A comprehensive guide to the new science of treating lower back pain - Vox

A review of 80-plus studies upends the conventional wisdom.<p><i>Welcome to</i> <i>Show Me the Evidence</i><i>, where we go beyond the frenzy of daily headlines to take a deeper look at the state of science around the most pressing health questions of the day.</i><p>Cathryn Jakobson Ramin’s back pain started when she was 16, …

Pain

Why Your Approach to Fixing Your Low Back Is Making It Worse

<b>Low back pain is common these days, and one of the first things chiropractors, physical therapists, strength coaches, and back pain sufferers</b> …

Pain

The Real Way to Train Your Stabilizers (NOT 3 Sets of 10)

<b>Have you ever been to a physical therapist and been told you have something going on with your shoulder?</b> Maybe the therapist calls it impingement, …

Exercise

Stretching Your Hamstrings Isn't Always Best

<b>A lot of people complain about tight hamstrings</b>, and the usual exercises prescribed by physical therapists, strength coaches, and friends alike are a …

Exercise
Pain

Are Your Weak Neck Muscles Making Your Hamstrings Tight?

<b>To generate power, you need mobility. To have mobility, you need stability.</b> Proximal stability feeds distal mobility. Instability signals the brain …

Yoga

Doctor Your Skull, Protect Your Brain: How to Heal Yourself From Impacts

The human body is amazing. <b>Scientists and anatomists are continuing to learn about our flesh-based machine driven by a fluid structure that is our</b> …

The Brain

How to Diagnose and Treat Low Back Pain Without an MRI

<b>When I graduated from University with my education in physiotherapy, I embarked on a quest that continues today</b> - to understand spinal problems as …

Pain

New Years Priorities Not Resolutions

Systema NW Archive: 2013 Konstantin Komarov Health Workshop Trailer 1

Konstantin Komarov 2013 Health Workshop

Systema NW Archive: Video from 3 day Workshop<p>×<p>This New Years Get Consistent with Your Priorities:<p><b>Empowerment Over Your Health</b><p>and the<p><b>Health of Your</b> …

Why Non-Contact ACL Injuries Should Never Happen

<b>I am by no means an expert in sports medicine, orthopedics, or physical therapy</b>. What I am is a walking, talking encyclopedia of experience. And I am …

Exercise

Health Is Made Of Habits

by Lana Friesen Is the idea of maintaining your self-care list overwhelming? Sometimes it can be overwhelming and exhausting for me just to think of …

Lower Mainland

Do... Have Done - White / Red Text

Shipping Info<p>Orders are printed and shipped when the time expires or earlier.<p>You can expect your package to arrive 5 business days after the time …

Shopping

Do... Have Done... Yoga Cat

Shipping Info<p>Orders are printed and shipped when the time expires or earlier.<p>You can expect your package to arrive 5 business days after the time …

Shopping

Live Coaching Session with Gray Cook: Part 1 - Tall Kneeling

Live Coaching Session with Gray Cook: Part 2 - Half Kneeling

The Recovery Cycle: Master the Invisible Side of Training

<b>There are two common problems when it comes to recovery and regeneration</b> <b>in training</b>. The first is that it’s often overlooked in the overall training …

Muscle

A New Way to Prevent Muscle Cramps

Nobel Prize winner Rod MacKinnon found that pungent and spicy tastes can hinder neurological misfires that cause cramps<p>Could there finally be a way to prevent muscle cramps?<p>As long as people have played sports, unexpected muscle cramps have been an Achilles' heel for everyone from aspiring …

Nobel Prize

GAINcast Episode 6: Injury Prevention

A recent trend in programming is the implementation of “injury prevention” sessions into training. But as Vern wrote about last week, injury …

Injury Prevention – Getting It Right

In so many ways injury prevention programs are a lost cause. My sense of it is that the more time spent on injury prevention the more injuries there …

Health

Interoception in Practice with Bo Forbes (LBP 053)

Bo Forbes is a clinical psychologist, yoga teacher, and Integrative Yoga Therapist. She and I had a chance to talk way back in season one, and today …

Mindfulness

A New Paradigm of Anatomy with John Sharkey (LBP 055)

In this episode I am talking with John Sharkey who is a Clinical Anatomist, Exercise Physiologist, and European Neuromuscular Therapist. He has …

Stretching

The End of the Structural Model? with Eyal Lederman (LBP 054)

Dr. Eyal Lederman joined me in season one to talk about his paper on the myth of core stability. As if that topic alone wasn’t controversial enough, …

Pain