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by Michael Antonis, DO, FACEP, RDMS, CAQ-SM The key to injury prevention and exercise is moderation. Most muscle, bone, and joint injuries occur due to exercising too much, too soon, or progressing too fast. These conditions are often the case in
by Austin Johns Strength makes an athlete better. At all levels and ages, a stronger athlete will have a competitive advantage over and suffer fewer injuries than a weaker one. Weight room strength is very different from athletic strength, however,
Frightful: Dull Knives for Pumpkin Carving Fun: Carving Kit for Pumpkin Carving Use a carving kit to be safe as you carve your jack o’ lanterns for display. If you don’t have a carving kit, a responsible adult can carefully use a
by Austin G Johns, CSCS, CES, HC It’s been a while since you’ve worked out. Maybe you’ve had other priorities, or maybe your doctor has told you to lay off for a bit before you return to physical activity. Either way, you haven
by Sarah Margerison, PT, DPT You are tired of dealing with the stiffness, swelling, and pain associated with knee arthritis and have finally decided to schedule your partial or total knee replacement surgery. Your friends and family have told you
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