Many people suffer from shoulder joint dysfunction. It’s easy to understand why this could happen. The shoulder’s only bony attachment is where your clavicle (collar bone) attaches to your sternum. Every other attachment of the shoulder involves proper muscle tension of the rotator cuff muscles and the labrum. There are…

Unexpected Health Benefits of Massage

Tuesday, 29 March 2016 09:46 PM Written by
Tomorrow morning I’m taking a much needed vacation and cruising to the Bahamas with my family. I’ve been considering indulging in a massage, thinking I should pamper myself because every day I’m the one giving all the massages. People often exclusively view massage in this way, something to only be…

Soft Tissue and Movement

Tuesday, 29 March 2016 09:29 PM Written by
    “If you don’t use it, you lose it” and “To lose it, you had to have it”    This first quote,“If you don’t use it, you lose it”, has more than likely been said in your presence or has even been said by you to describe any number of scenarios. In…

Lunch Break Fitness

Tuesday, 22 March 2016 10:04 PM Written by
  Because life moves quickly and we are on the go much of the time, the importance of prioritizing your fitness is paramount for living a healthy, happy life. Time is like gold; everyone is constantly searching for more, protecting what they have, and trying to spend each nugget wisely. …
The pressure to be thin is as real as ever. People, especially young females, are willing to go to extremes for the ultimate goal…the perfect body. But what is the perfect body? Is it having a muscular appearance, having the “thigh gap”, being able to fit into size 0 jeans,…

Each Man's Journey Worth Repeating

Monday, 21 March 2016 05:32 AM Written by
As I prepare to select and edit the final lecture for Cycling Fusion's Winter Training 2016 (the ride portion is already “in the can”), I am super encouraged by yet another personal story that has been sent in.  The story last week (click here to read it) really touched me,…

Spring Time Means Transitions in Training

Monday, 14 March 2016 01:05 PM Written by
  As we approach the Spring season of riding (indoors and out) there are some specific considerations to bear in mind. First of all, do not abandon your winter cross training activities too quickly. Specifically the weight training or Yoga that may have increased during the winter months (yes, you…
  If you are a runner or cyclist who loves to play in the snow (translate; go skiing and snowboarding) March is the month we begin to realize that soon the snow will be gone and we will need to start getting in shape again. While skiing and snowboarding is…
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