Exercising when you have arthritis

https://youtu.be/GOdHr6aaC0s The pain and stiffness associated with arthritis can result in a person avoiding all movement. Ironically the best method to combat arthritis is movement. Rhythmical and low impact movement encourages joint lubrication, strengthening to offset the poor biomechanical loading, and flexibility to maintain and gain range of motion. The…

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Slow workouts: Part 3 – What are the benefits of slower recovery workouts?

https://youtu.be/t0h1hi-v_4g SLOWER MOVEMENTS, QUICK RESULTS Over the year’s trainers have been producing workouts that are faster, more intense, and claim to provide you with better results. Although they are good workouts, most people’s bodies are not equipped to handle the high-intense workouts without risk of injury or reaching muscle failure…

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Slow Workouts: Part 2 – What are the benefits of slower Strength workouts?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JLz7vYaH5x8&feature=youtu.be High intensity workouts have been dominating the workout scene, but did you know that there are also proven benefits to changing fast paced exercises to slower, more mindful movements? By performing a variety of ‘slower style’ workouts, you can train your muscles in a different way to develop strength,…

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