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Rotation is a central part of physical therapy and Neurac treatment. The Redcord AXIS enables precise rotational movements – securing correct anatomical and biomechanical movement patterns. AXIS exercises ensures equal weight balance between healthy and injured side.
Control and reduce appetiteby skipping Photo source: Beatrice Murch When you next see a group of kids skipping in the schoolyard, follow their lead, because while it may not be state of the art, the humble skipping rope could be one of your most effective fitness tools. Skipping works absolute wonders for your bones, […]
Updated: Article now links to more recent guidelines. What is ESSA? Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA), formerly know as the Australian Association for Exercise and Sports Science (AAESS), is a professional organisation which is committed to establishing, promoting and defending the career paths of tertiary trained exercise and sports science practitioners, who are in […]
Regular moderate exercise can raise life expectancy even among people who are overweight, a study says. The analysis, published in PLOS Medicine, pooled self-reported data on physical activities and body mass indexes (BMIs) — a ratio of weight to height — from some 650,000 people aged 40 and older enrolled in one Swedish and five […]
Spending endless hours in a chair isn’t just murder on your back – it can literally kill you. Almost three years ago, Women’s Health was among the first to expose sitting disease. The gist: too much inactivity can leave you prone to deadly ailments like heart disease and obesity. The advice: get your arse moving. […]