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The Right Way to Stretch You Pecs

Pec stretching is something we all need to do and/or if you are a practitioner or personal trainer it is something that you are probably prescribing daily to your patients and clients.  I came across a great article on T-Nation that reviews how to stretch your pecs effectively without irritating your shoulders or exacerbating existing […]

6 Steps to Avoiding Running-Related Injuries

I often get asked if running is bad for you. My short answer to that question is no, running is not bad for you. But it’s important to understand that how you run can have a harmful affect on your body. To help explain my stance I want to go over the benefits of running, then […]

So 2012, what do you have in store??

I hope everyone is managing to cope with their first week back to work after the holidays! can’t be loaded: funny people bored at work ( (always wondered what you office people really do…!) I don’t know about you but I am definitely one of those people who uses New Years as a time […]

Thoracic Mobility Part 2

Happy New Year everyone!  I have for you the much awaited second part of thoracic mobility.  If you haven’t had a chance to ready part one you can do so here. This post is packed full of video explanations with several variations for beginners and those who are more advanced. In part 1 I discussed the […]

Thoracic Mobility Part 1

A starting point for almost every one of my clients is thoracic mobility. Why? Because most people are often restricted with thoracic rotation, thoracic extension, or both. Your thoracic spine consists of 12 vertebrae and each vertebral segment can elicit approximately 7 to 9 degrees of rotation. Compare this to the lumbar spine where each […]