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What’s the Best Timing for Protein?

We all know that we need to eat protein to maintain and build muscles. Malnutrition in this regard can make exercise counterproductive to building strength. But does it matter when the protein is consumed?

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Laughter is the Best Medicine

We all know that laughing makes us feel better, but do you really know why? Science is finding multiple interesting answers about the medical and psychological benefits of laughter.

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Exercising with Arthritis – Start S.M.A.R.T.

Naturally, arthritis pain can slow people down. With a normal age of onset as early as 30, it’s a common misconception that inactivity can preserve arthritic joints. It turns out that the opposite is true. Not exercising can worsen the pain and invite more problems.

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Get More of a Workout in Less Time

You may have already heard about high-intensity interval training (HIIT) and how it can improve the outcomes of your workout. The truth of the matter is that different workouts are best for different people and different goals

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Do I Have a Rotator Cuff Tear?

With a superlative capacity for motion, the shoulder joint can experience multiple sources of pain. One of the more problematic shoulder conditions is the rotator cuff tear.

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Lunchtime Walks Make Happier Workers. It’s Science.

We’ve all heard that exercise is good for both the body and mind. But squeezing exercise into a modern, hectic lifestyle could be another matter. If the promise of better fitness isn’t getting you there, what if we told you exercise will help you enjoy your job more?

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ACL Injury? Start Physiotherapy Right Away.

The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is one of the four primary ligaments in the knee. It is a strong band of tissue helping to hold the knee together by connecting the front of your shin bone (tibia) to the back of the thigh bone (femur).

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Why Most Seniors Should Rehab After Bed Rest

Bed rest serves as a time-honoured recommendation for both injury and illness. However, it’s easy to underestimate how it affects people age 60+. Retirees do not bounce back from bed rest like they may have when they were younger.

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Pilates for Low Back Pain

Three systematic reviews now demonstrate that Pilates is one of the supervised exercise pro grams effective in the treatment of chronic, non -specific low back pain (LBP)

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Pump Up the Jams! It’s Science.

Earbuds seem ubiquitous in gyms and parks. The mood-lifting role of music in our lives is inarguable, but an interesting question remains. Does the music serve as only entertainment, or is music a performance enhancer? Science says . . . music actually enhances your workouts

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Gardening: Yes, It’s That Good

As advocates for health, wellness, and injury prevention, we routinely promote exercise such as running, swimming, bicycling, weightlifting, competitive sports, etc. What matters is finding the activities that boost your heart rate for a sustained amount of time, challenge your muscles, and – most importantly – keep you interested and engaged. So what about gardening?

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Plantar Fasciosis (Heel Pain) – What Works Best?

Historically, this diagnosis has been called plantar fasciitis. The “itis” in that word means inflammation. However, histopathologic studies now show us that inflammation is not a part of the condition we have traditionally labelled plantar fasciitis.

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