Blogs about Flexibility

Wednesday, December 19, 2012 • Melbourne, VIC
Jocelyn Martin's Blog
Yesterday I went on my first run in over 6 months!  I felt like a school girl waitting to go on a first date.  A little scared.  A little nervous.  A little excited.  As I laced up my sneakers, I worried if the pain would return.  Was I really healed?  Had the all the months of physical therapy worked?   
Tuesday, December 18, 2012 • Silver Spring, MD 20910
HEYifetraining Fitness and Wellness
Many of us want to be more flexible but don't seem to find the time to do just that “stretching”. There are many forms of stretching,i.e static stretching, PNF stretching, dynamic stretching, myofascial release, just to name a few stretching modalities. Let's look at some of the questions that might present themselves:
Wednesday, September 07, 2011 • Lumberton, TX 77657-1121
Small changes eventually lead to a healthy lifestyle
What do most people imagine when the word “yoga” comes to mind? They envision twisting up like a pretzel, right? Then they start to feel that they are not fit enough, young enough, or flexible enough to take part in yoga. But nothing could be further from the truth. It’s never too late to improve your strength and flexibility. Inflexibility, soreness, and exhaustion due to lactic acid build up in the muscles are released when you stretch by safely flowing from one yoga pose to another.
Tuesday, February 08, 2011 • Helena, MT 59601
Namaste
Yoga poses provide health to our bodies and conscious breathing integrates the mind/body connection.  Asanas (poses) pronounced Ah-sahnahs strengthen, balance, stretch and relax our bodies.  Depending on our needs we feel yoga poses where our bodies need the benefit.  That's the wonderful thing about yoga, it helps each person - where that person needs the benefit.  Consulting with an experienced yoga instructor helps when deciding which poses will, specifically, benefit you!  
Friday, November 05, 2010 • Bethesda, MD 20814
ERIC GREENBERG's Blog
 Training programs are designed by Dr. Greenberg working in concert with the client based upon the client's goals, current level of fitness, experience, personal preference, medical or physical limitations, and time or financial restraints.