*** Other than the ubiquitous quest for more time, the number one reason I hear for not participating in exercise is “I have a bum knee.” I also hear bad back, frozen shoulder, and painful hip. Occasionally there’s tennis elbow, ...Read More »
Functional Exercise Is As Easy As PPLC
Functional exercise may be trendy approach to fitness, but it is as simple and clear as most good ideas are. The approach has figured out that strengthening normal human movement patterns is more beneficial (and satisfying) than traditional, single-plane exercises. ...Read More »
The Importance Difference Between Muscle Strength and Muscle Power
Stair climbing requires lower body muscle strength. Many people have the strength to climb stairs, but may use a railing for balance. Still others manage to climb stairs by relying heavily on the railing to pull themselves up the ...Read More »
Physical Fitness and Brain Games: Why Do We Separate Them?
Many people assume that doing physical exercise makes your body function better, and doing cognitive exercise makes your brain function better. The misconception lies in the separation of the two entities, body and brain, as independent parts of a loosely ...Read More »