Move To Improve Your Brain

By now we are all quite familiar with the many ways exercise contributes to physical and emotional wellness. One of the hottest trends in exercise physiology research at the moment is taking a closer look at exactly how exercise benefits the brain.  So far, results confirm that cognitive benefits associated with exercise are more significant than imagined. This news comes at an […]

Aging: Decades of Possibility

Live Life Fully by Aging Without Limits By Mark Kirkpatrick Youth, it seems, has all the advantages—wrinkle-free skin, hair free of grey streaks, and a body that offers up fewer physical limitations. Time teaches a fear of age and a hesitation regarding impending monumental birthdays. Thirty is deemed an end to the carefree twenties, 40 […]

Good Posture is a Habit

If there’s one common physical weakness between people of all ages it would be poor posture. With the advent of technology in the form of computers, gaming devices, cell phones and i-pads, slumped shoulders, rounded backs and forward heads are no longer a condition reserved for the aging. The problems associated with this condition are […]

What is CTS and How to Prevent it?

About CTS CTS is an abbreviation that describes a condition called carpal tunnel syndrome. When we repeatedly use compromising hand postures the nine tendons that run through the wrist can swell and put pressure on the median nerve. This nerve is one of the 3 main nerves of the forearm and hand. As a result, compression […]