Now that the Christmas holidays are over, it's time to stow away the decorations for another year. Doing so poses a risk for back, knee and shoulder injuries. The following tips will help prevent such injuries so that you get going with the new year.
Your Feet: A Strong Foundation
Most movement activities involve standing on your feet. And just with a good building, a strong foundation is needed to keep your structures stable and healthy. A poor foundation leads to early breakdown of all structures. If your foot foundation tends to roll to the inside excessively, you are a pronator. If instead it tends to roll to the outside, you are a supinator. The easiest way to find this out is to walk barefoot with wet feet on concrete.
Skiing and snowboarding is fun, and what better way to do it more than to keep yourself from injury? Here are a few tips to keep you safe on the hill.
How To Sleep With Lower Back Pain
How many times have you woken up this week feeling exhausted after an awful nights sleep?
And how many times has lower back pain left you relying on painkillers, unable to get comfortable in bed, or struggling through the day with stiff joints and tight low back muscles?
If this is an issue you are suffering with, and you are desperate to learn how to sleep with lower back pain, this blog will help!