When we look at many of the things recommended as a major component of physical fitness flexibility is one of the topics that inevitably comes up. When we compare this to things like cardiovascular endurance, strength, or muscle endurance, is it really as important?
The Case Against Stretching – Alex Hutchinson
I sometimes wonder why others are able to accomplish more than me and honestly I get a little jealous about it. I’ve always thought maybe I just don’t have enough grit to get certain things done. However, it turns out this line of thinking can actually be detrimental.
How I Learned About the Perils of Grit – Todd B. Kashdan
We have always been big fans of movement as a tool to help patients who come in for help. Sometimes it can be a bit confusing on just how much movement to recommend (and this obviously depends on what the person is dealing with). So how much movement in general is beneficial for people? Well, here’s some guidelines!
24 Hour Movement Guidelines – Canadian Society For Exercise Physiology
At this time of year we may have people coming in with new years resolutions about health and fitness along with maybe a new gym membership. As it is with pain there may be a biopsychosocial influence behind why a person wants to do this, and it’s important we take it into account.
I Didn’t Start Weight Lifting Because I Wanted to Be Strong – Casey Johnston
It is often said that word of mouth is the best advertising. What if we took it a step further and took word of mouth online? As this article points out getting patient reviews can not only do great things for people who are booking in but also for the culture in your clinic.
Harnessing the power of patient reviews – Katie McBeth
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