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Through MSN, I’ve discovered an interesting site parade.com A slide that they’ve featured caught my eye because I believe it provides valuable information: 4 Diseases You Can Fight with Fitness by Michael O’Shea. The article mentioned that regular exercise lowers blood pressure and reduce cholesterol. Heart attack can really be a silent killer. Recently I’ve [...]

Of course, being physically active is better than being sedentary and not moving. Ladies, especially those who consider themselves active because: they go to the market every morning they spend the entire day cleaning up the home and doing housework they pick up after their hyperactive young kids Is there a need for structural workout if [...]

When the skin of your heel always crack and peel, it is not only an indication of dry skin but also a postural imbalance. Of course, you can try to keep the area clean and dry through wearing slippers and applying creams to the heels consistently. This helps the problem on the surface only. After [...]

A professor that I once took a course in during university had a hunched back and drooping head. When he conducted his lectures, he never looked at us- he always looked down and had conversations with the slides that were displayed on the projector. Even when he walked, his head drooped downwards and his gaze [...]

If you find yourself suffering from knee pain after exercise, it could be due to something obvious like below or it could mean something more. Before you begin your cardio like running or aerobic exercise, you need to warm up by doing very light aerobic exercises to warm up the muscles. Then you can follow by [...]

As mentioned in my previous article, massage by traditional Thai healers (not your usual over-the-counter masseur) is effective to overcome structural imbalances that bring about conditions like knock knees, bow legs, knee pain and back pain. Such massage sessions are usually very painful as the healer worked to clear blocked channels. Still, professional therapists who [...]

Since there is no conventional cures offered todate for knock knees, I would like to state my recent experience and what traditional Thai healing via massage could offer. This is not the usual kind of massage that you get from a spa or a masseur. Recently during a trip to Thailand, I had the chance [...]

Most of the time, knee that creaks like old teakwood stairs when do a little front kick motion. It’s scary but often, there is no pain accompanying the creaking knees, at least during the initial stage. According to Chinese healing system, the creaking knees occur when there is a blockage at one of the meridian [...]

Someone I know, who is obese had been suffering from knee pain lately. Usually she does not move around much and is quite sedentary. When she saw the specialist, she was told that her cartilage had dried out because there was no more synovial fluid. The suggested option was knee replacement surgery to be done [...]

When doing body weight exercises, how do you perform them? Do you utilize the muscles on your glutes, legs and arms (biceps, triceps) or do you engage your core muscles? It is important that you train and develop your core before doing intensive body work exercise like leg pulls and chin ups. If you have [...]

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