280819 What does your doctor do about it? By Rickey Dale Crain

280819 What does your doctor do about it? By Rickey Dale Crain If your child presents with any of the symptoms described earlier, you doctor will order an X-ray of the lumbo-sacral spine to rule out spondylolysis. Very often, the oblique views are best for revealing the defects in the pars interarticularis. If there is … Continue reading 280819 What does your doctor do about it? By Rickey Dale Crain

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250819 Nutrition can be quite simple, given a chance by Glenn Cardwell

250819 Nutrition can be quite simple, given a chance by Glenn Cardwell One favourite way of getting an answer to a nutrition and health question is to gather all the most recent published studies, put them in a data melting pot, and see if you can extract a “truth”. One review did this recently and found pretty … Continue reading 250819 Nutrition can be quite simple, given a chance by Glenn Cardwell

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230819 A Fat-Loss Program for Beginners 4 of 5

230819 A Fat-Loss Program for Beginners 4 of 5 By Nick Nilsson Author of Metabolic Surge - Rapid Fat Loss STEP 4 - CARDIO TRAINING for Fat Loss Even though you may think I'm opposed to cardio training judging by what I wrote above, that is NOT the case. Cardio definitely has a place in … Continue reading 230819 A Fat-Loss Program for Beginners 4 of 5

210819 What are the symptoms of Spondylolysis? By Rickey Dale Crain

210819 What are the symptoms of Spondylolysis? By Rickey Dale Crain Most children with spondylolysis, and even some children with spondylolisthesis are aymptomatic, and may grow up not even aware that they have the condition. For those with symptoms, back pain is probably the most common symptom, and presents during the adolescent growth spurt. There … Continue reading 210819 What are the symptoms of Spondylolysis? By Rickey Dale Crain

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180819 Balance

180819 Balance If are just beginning to exercise you will soon learn that balance plays a big part in correctly performing the movements. One of the easiest ways to test your standing balance is to follow the Tai Chi test. Pick up an accurate stop watch and then do the test at least three times … Continue reading 180819 Balance

160819 STEP 3 – WEIGHT TRAINING for Fat Loss 3 of 5

160819 STEP 3 - WEIGHT TRAINING for Fat Loss 3 of 5 One of the first things people ask me when they want to lose fat is "how much cardio should I do." When I respond by telling them how much weight training they should do, they always look at me like I'm crazy. But … Continue reading 160819 STEP 3 – WEIGHT TRAINING for Fat Loss 3 of 5

140819 Maintaining range of motion

140819 Maintaining range of motion Strength training and stretching go hand in hand towards increasingly better fitness levels. A loss of flexibility brings with it a loss of functionality in daily living activities as well as in the weight room. Stretching is not meant to hurt-unless you are in the active stages of recovering from … Continue reading 140819 Maintaining range of motion