Balance training is very important for elderly.

Did you know that one in four people 65+ fall in the US every year? Furthermore, falls are the leading cause of fatal injury and the most common cause of nonfatal trauma-related hospital admission among older adults. Neuromotor exercise training, which combine balance, agility and proprioceptive training is effective in reducing and preventing falls, ifContinue reading “Balance training is very important for elderly.”

Golfer’s or Tennis Elbow? 

I’m pretty sure you’ve heard of someone suffering from one or the other. And it didn’t even have to be a tennis or golf player. They are umbrella terms for an inflammation of the elbow, Golfer’s on the inner side and Tennis on the outer. We have two main muscle groups in our forearm: thoseContinue reading “Golfer’s or Tennis Elbow? “

It’s not all about the bike!

The daylight hours are growing longer, and the weather is thankfully turning warmer, time to dust off your bike. What are you normally doing before pedaling away? Deep cleaning, checking the tires and the chain, replacing old cables, tightening the brakes, adjusting the gears and so on. And you keep up with it during theContinue reading “It’s not all about the bike!”