Ways to Stay Hydrated during Exercise

It takes time for the person to re-hydrate. For athletes who exercise every day, fluid intake after exercise is crucial. You can use the best exercise equipment which you can find on WalkJogRun, but you will still need to hydrate just the same as when you are, for example, running. Water is a basic constituent… Read More

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How to Exercise While Camping

People may say that vacation means no obligations and no exercising. Not even to stretch a little or to practice yoga in the morning. But morning practice will help us relax; and it will connect us with nature and the place we came to. Outdoor recreation awakens optimism and strengthens our will. In addition, exposure… Read More

Developing a Protocol for Core Stabilisation Exercises on Spine Kinematics in Patients with Non-Specific Chronic Low Back Pain

Research Paper Title A protocol for clinical trial study of the effect of core stabilisation exercises on spine kinematics during gait with and without load in patients with non-specific chronic low back pain. Background Non-specific chronic low back pain (NCLBP) is a major public health and global socioeconomic burden with a variety of symptoms such… Read More

The Advantages of Having a Strong Core

In the world of fitness, the term ‘core’ refers to the muscles in your midsection. This includes all of your abdominal muscles, your pelvic floor muscles, and the muscles in your middle and lower back. These muscles provide a link between your upper body and your lower body. Practically every time you move, you engage… Read More

Does Hip Arthroscopy as part of a Structured Evidence-based Multidisciplinary Care Pathway produce Significant & Continued Symptomatic, Functional & Vocational Improvements?

Research Paper Title Prospective 12-month functional and vocational outcomes of hip arthroscopy for femoroacetabular impingement as part of an evidence-based hip pain rehabilitation pathway in an active military population. Background Femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) is common with an estimated prevalence of 10-15% among young active individuals. The natural history of the disorder is progression to early… Read More

Being A Dog Owner Can Help You Meet Physical Activity Guidelines

A canine companion brings at least one important health benefit: getting more exercise. In news that will surprise few owners, researchers found that those with pooches are much more likely to meet weekly targets for the amount of time spent engaging in physical activity. The UK government’s guidelines recommend adults get at least 150 minutes… Read More

Scientific Replication: Just Flip a Coin!

“Replication is to the scientific process what water is to a swimming pool: without it, you’ve just got a lot of people in safety goggles angrily beating the floor with their fists. It is a simple enough principle. If your experiment says a certain effect should follow a certain cause, then anybody replicating that cause… Read More