I realize the title is grammatically incorrect, but that's what this post is all about! I just went through an amazing two-day workshop all about FEET! Dr. Emily Splichal, Podiatrist and Human Movement Specialist, came to Rochester, MN to teach us all about feet and barefoot training! Needless to say, it was an amazing anatomy review. You lose a lot if you're not consistantly using it. It was also an incredible amount of information regarding the biomechanics of the foot and what we has bipedal creatures are designed to do!
Many visitors of fitness clubs does not like weight training. Yes, they know that muscle is important to tone the muscles - a slender legs, high breasts and straight back, which is very, very beautiful. But time is not always enough, and the number one goal - to lose weight, here are girls, and click on the aerobic classes.
A herniated disc is typically known as a slipped disc, but is sometimes called a ruptured disk mainly because of its nature. The condition occurs when the disks separating the vertebrae of the spine slip away from their position or even break open. It is important to realize that the discs cushion the vertebrae against one another and any damage to their structure leads to complications.
In Part One I talked about the first letter in the CABLES formula: C for Clarity. The next step in hooking up the CABLES to jumpstart yourself toward your weight loss, health and fitness goals and breaking free from the shackles of procrastination is A for Accountability.AccountabilityBe accountable to yourself.
Summer is winding down and it is almost time for the more hectic pace of back to school. The heat of August almost demands that we slow down and enjoy the last few days of summer. Why not take this time to enjoy slower paced, relaxing days with family and friends. Nature will bring us an abundance of great foods to enjoy right now.
If you’re interested in moving from RN to MSN, you’ll need to pay close attention to chronic conditions. These are conditions that you will encounter frequently as you grow in your career. One such chronic condition, Diabetes, will afflict 1 in 3 U.S. adults by 2050 if things progress as they have so far. Learn more important facts in our latest infographic: