Monthly Archive for: ‘May, 2014’

Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization

Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization, or DNS, is a rehabilitative method based on the principals of developmental kinesiology or movement. It is designed to stimulate the movement control centers in the brain to activate the body’s natural stabilization system. Professor Pavel Kolar, PaedDR, in Prague, pioneered DNS therapy. DNS is gaining in popularity worldwide among health care providers, athletic trainers, athletes and …

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Why “Feeling Full” After Eating is Misleading

Why do you eat? It’s a simple question that can be surprisingly difficult to answer. There are many answers to this question, but if you ask around I think you’ll land on the consensus that most people eat to satisfy a feeling of hunger. You may not know why you “feel hungry”, but it’s unpleasant and you’d like that feeling …

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Keep Running Simple

It doesn’t matter if you have been running for awhile or are new to the sport, here are a few tips to improve your running experience. Gradually add these tips to your workout and improve your run with each workout. 1. Check your posture. If you notice you are starting to see your feet as you run, it’s time for …

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Small Steps to Big Successes

One of the biggest components of success is to know where you want to go and how to get there. This means setting a variety of goals, both large and small. So you know your big goal, to lose weight, get fit or both. But how are you going to get there? Start with small changes to get big results. …

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